[CODATA-international] Webinar on Domino Effect: Cascading disasters and lessons from the Tonga eruption and tsunami on 24th March Thursday.
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Sun Mar 20 06:50:51 EDT 2022
While research communities are trying to better understand complex,
compounding and cascading disasters, the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai
eruption and tsunami in January 2022 devastated Tonga’s emergency
management system. Join us for the webinar on Domino Effect: Cascading
disasters and lessons from the Tonga eruption and tsunami on 24th
#Systemicrisk, #earlywarning #disasterriskreduction
Ngā Mihi | Kind regards,
Bapon (shm) Fakhruddin, PhD
Technical Director, Tonkin + Taylor International Ltd, New Zealand
Co-Chair, CODATA TG FAIR Data for DRR (FAIR-DRR), International
Science Council (ISC)
Co-Chair, Disaster Loss DATA and Science Committee Member, IRDR/ISC
Programme Board Member, Earth GEO (2021-2022)
Steering Committee Member, GRAF, UNDRR (2021-2023)
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On Sat, Mar 19, 2022 at 4:22 AM Asha CODATA <asha at codata.org> wrote:
> The first webinar in the new series offered by CODATA and the DDI Alliance is now open for registration!
> Standards promote interoperability, transparency across agencies, and reduce development time. Systems used for the collection, management, production, and dissemination of data regularly employ several different standards for modelling and transmitting their data and metadata. DDI is often a core part of this suite, but it is rarely the only one.
> The way in which DDI aligns and interacts with other standards has evolved over time: from a static, archival ‘XML codebook’, it has become a metadata resource for helping to drive systems and provide the basis for reuse and data harmonisation. Looking forward, DDI promises to support FAIR data in significant ways, as part of an integrated suite of standards.
> This free webinar looks at the different DDI metadata standards and how they relate to both each other and to other models and standards in common use in applications today, including schema.org, DCAT, and Dublin Core. Speakers will include Alina Danciu (Sciences Po), Christophe Dzikowski (INSEE) and Arofan Gregory (CODATA). The session will be introduced by Geneviève Michaud (Sciences Po). There will be time for questions and answers, moderated by Adrian Dusa (University of Bucharest).
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