The last decade has seen rapid growth in the number of online data sets, tools, and research infrastructures many of which are coordinated by separate communities in the Earth, space, and environmental sciences. Notable efforts include GEO, EPOS, ENVRI, ESGF, ESIP, CUHASI, AuScope, EDI, EarthCube, OneGeology, ODIP, IGSN, DataOne and many more. In Europe, many of these activities are now connected to upcoming European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) initiative.
There are common technological, policy, and science challenges that each is trying solve, often in isolation. Although standards, vocabularies, formats, etc are cohesive within each community, there are sufficient differences that make it hard to integrate data across them and beyond to other disciplines. Similar barriers exists from different policies regarding licenses, access, citation and publishing practices. The time is ripe to synchronise efforts to create globally connected networks of Earth, Space and Environmental Science data, information systems, software and researchers to create a ‘cloud’ of networked infrastructures.
Papers are solicited from those building community specific systems or from those trying to resolve the challenges of internationally linking multiple communities to create networked environments for developing common global solutions for more efficient and effective use of limited, available funding.

Co-sponsored by AGU
Convener: Lesley Wyborn | Co-convener: Ari Asmi
| Thu, 11 Apr, 08:30–12:30
Room 0.94
| Attendance Fri, 12 Apr, 08:30–10:15
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Attendance time: Friday, 12 April 2019, 08:30–10:15 | Hall X1

Chairperson: Ari Asmi
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Letizia Spampinato, Patrick Bachelery, Adelina Geyer Traver, Jean-Christophe Komorowski, Giuseppe Puglisi, Kristín Vogfjörd, and Georges Vougioukalakis
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Christina Widiwijayanti, Fidel Costa, Nang Thin Zar Win, Erickson Fajiculay, Christopher. G. Newhall, and Antonius Ratdomopurbo
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Kristín S. Vogfjörd, Giuseppe Puglisi, and Freysteinn Sigmundsson and the EUROVOLC Team
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Carlo Cauzzi, Susana Custódio, Christos Evangelidis, Philippe Guéguen, Florian Haslinger, Lucia Luzi, Thomas Meier, Helle Pedersen, Javier Quinteros, Reinoud Sleeman, and Frederik Tilmann
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Christian Rønnevik, Jens Havskov, Terje Utheim, Lars Ottemöller, Kuvvet Atakan, and Jan Michalek
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Kenneth Rubin and Mohan Ramamurthy
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Matthew Harrison, Francois Robida, Carina Kemp, Boyan Broderic, and Laurent Ailleres
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European e-Infrastructures for geological data – an integrated approach
Jørgen Tulstrup, Mikael Pedersen, Henry Vallius, Jasna Šinigoj, and Dana Čápová
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Alexandria Ware and D. Aaron Roberts
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The Geohazards Lab initiative in support of the geohazards community
Floriane Provost, Philippe Bally, Michael Foumelis, Theodora Papadopoulou, Fabrizio Pacini, Fabrice Brito, Jolanda Patruno, and Marco Leonardi
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Alex Ip, William Francis, Nicholas Car, and David Lescinsky
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Shelley Stall, Alison Specht, David Mouillot, and Nicolas Mouquet
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Zhiming Zhao, Paul Martin, and Spiros Koulouzis
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Xiaoliang Wang, Jan Michalek, Christian Rønnevik, and Kuvvet Atakan and the EPOS ICS Team
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Daniele Bailo, Keith Jeffery, Rossana Paciell, Riccardo Rabissoni, Valerio Vinciarelli, Jan Michalek, and Kuvvet Atakan
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Kauzar Saleh, Pierre-Louis Bazin, Helle Pedersen, Kuvvet Atakan, Massimo Cocco, Carmela Freda, Domenico Giardini, Thomas Hoffmann, Elisabeth Kohler, Pirjo Kontkanen, Jörn Lauterjung, and Agata Sangianantoni
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Jan Michalek, Kuvvet Atakan, Christian Rønnevik, Øyvind Natvik, Terje Utheim, Lars Ottemöller, Tor Langeland, Ove Daae Lampe, Gro Fonnes, Svein Mykkeltveit, Jon Magnus Christensen, Ulf Baadshaug, Halfdan Pascal Kierulf, and Bjørn-Ove Grøtan
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Tor Langeland, Ove Daae Lampe, Gro Fonnes, Kuvvet Atakan, Jan Michalek, Xiaoliang Wang, Christian Rønnevik, Terje Utheim, and Karen Tellefsen