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How to find and share data in geosciences? (co-organized)
Convener: Gholam Ali Hoshyaripour  | Co-Conveners: Sophie Berger , Stephen Chuter 

With the rapid developments of remote-sensing instruments, data have become extensively available, fostering the recent advancements in Geosciences. However, the increasing size and complexity of the data is making it increasingly challenging to navigate through these data, find the suitable data for specific applications and analyze it. This could be a significant burden for productivity and effectiveness of scientific research, especially for Early Career Scientists.

This short course aims to present some tips and tricks to accelerate the process of finding, processing and sharing the Geosciences data. We will also discuss the importance of open science and the opportunities it provides. This session is open to all EGU divisions for scientists at all stages of their careers, with an emphasis on early-career scientists (from atmospheric, cryospheric and climate sciences).