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Author DataCite
Title What is a Digital Object Identifier (DOI)? Type Miscellaneous
Year Publication Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords data access; data provenance
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Call Number refbase @ user @ Serial 555
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Author USGS Office of Water Information
Title USGS Policy Concerning Accuracy of Stage Data Type Miscellaneous
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Keywords accuracy; data standards; equipment; method; protocol; standards
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Author Jones, S.; Ross, S.; Ruusalepp, R.
Title A data management toolkit for research led institutions Type Miscellaneous
Year 2008 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume (up) Issue December Pages 25-25
Keywords data management; toolkit
Abstract Presentation at the CNI Task Force Meeting, Washington, DC, USA, 8 December 2008. Authors are from HATII, University of Glasgow. A pilot study that addresses this recommendation: “JISC should develop a Data Audit Framework to enable all universities and colleges to carry out an audit of departmental data collections, awareness, policies and practice for data curation and preservation”
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Author Martin, E.; Ballard, G.
Title Data Management Best Practices and Standards for Biodiversity Data Applicable to Bird Monitoring Data Type Report
Year 2010 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume (up) Issue Pages 1-40
Keywords best practices; data management principles; data preservation; metadata
Abstract The purpose of this document is to provide background on data management standards and practices as they apply to bird monitoring data. The majority of text was taken directly from the information resources listed under the references. In some instances, text from these resources was modified to facilitate the document's ease of reading or to reflect the compilers' understanding of current data management practices.
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Notes Suggested Citation: Martín, E. and G. Ballard. 2010. Data Management Best Practices and Standards for Biodiversity Data Applicable to Bird Monitoring Data. U.S. North American Bird Conservation Initiative Monitoring Subcommittee. Online at http://www.nabci-us.org/. Approved no
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Author US-North American Bird Conservation Initiative Monitoring Subcommittee
Title Meeting the Challenge of Data Management for Bird Conservation Type Journal Article
Year 2010 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume (up) Issue January Pages
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Abstract To address the request by the US-NABCI Committee, a workshop was held in the summer of 2009 to develop criteria that would realistically assess priority data management needs for the four major bird conservation partnerships. An assessment tool was built to determine their data management capabilities and is available for use by any organization. The four bird conservation partnerships used the tool to assess the costs of improving and maintaining the improvements for their highest priority data management systems. The identified priority databases are considered critical to inform management and conservation decisions at large geographic scales or populations levels.
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Call Number refbase @ user @ Serial 561
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