Dataset acquisition to support geoscience
Giles, J.R.A.; Marsh, S.H.; Napier, B.. 2010 Dataset acquisition to support geoscience. In: Giles, J.R.A.; Marsh, S.H.; Napier, B., (eds.) Elevation models for geoscience. Geological Society of London, 135-143. (Geological Society Special Publications, 345).Before downloading, please read NORA policies.
Environmental scientists are both producers and consumers of data. Numerous studies have shown that significant amounts of scientists’ time can be consumed in acquiring, managing and transforming data prior to their use. To facilitate the work of its scientists, the British Geological Survey (BGS) has identified a series of national datasets that are required by scientists across the organization. The BGS then seeks to acquire and manage these centrally, and to supply them to the scientists in formats that they normally use. Making these datasets readily available helps to: •enhance the quality of the science; •promote interdisciplinary working; •reduce costs.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Programmes:||BGS Programmes 2010 > Information and Knowledge Exchange (Information Management)|
|Date made live:||24 Mar 2011 15:17|
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