SPM68 | The OneGeochemistry Initiative
The OneGeochemistry Initiative
Convener: Kerstin Lehnert | Co-convener: Lesley Wyborn
Tue, 16 Apr, 19:00–20:00 (CEST)
Room 2.43
Tue, 19:00
The OneGeochemistry initiative is an international collaboration between organisations that support geochemistry capability and data accessibility. The initiative focuses on coordinating and consolidating global efforts in geochemical data standardisation in order to create a sustainable data infrastructure that guarantees persistent, machine readable access to the global wealth of FAIR geochemical data. OneGeochemistry has formed a Working Group as part of the International Science Council’s Committee on Data (CODATA) and invites the wider community to engage in the creation and publication of standard geochemical data formats and data gathering-creation-storage workflows. This Splinter Meeting is intended to provide updates on OneGeochemistry activities and offer a forum for engagement and discussion.

During this Town Hall, the OneGeochemistry initiative will give an update on activities and progress and invite feedback and suggestions from all disciplines. We invite you to join a discussion on how the community can best help and participate in the creation of geochemical data standards. Our goal is to broaden community awareness of and participation in the initiative, and to further learn from successful initiatives in other disciplines.