[CODATA-international] NEW from the WorldFAIR project: An assessment of the Ocean Data priority areas for development and implementation roadmap. WorldFAIR Report D11.1

Asha CODATA asha at codata.org
Fri Mar 3 10:06:23 EST 2023

A new publication is now available from the WorldFAIR project: ‘An
assessment of the Ocean Data priority areas for development and
implementation roadmap’, produced by Pier Luigi Buttigieg, Alfred Wegener
Institute for Polar and Marine Research, and leader of the project’s ocean
science case study work package.

After an introduction to the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of
UNESCO’s Ocean Data and Information System (ODIS), the report summarises an
evaluation of FAIR Implementation Profiles and FAIR Enabling Resources
compiled from across WorldFAIR case studies. It then synthesises
supplementary insights obtained through a survey distributed across project
partners, and identifies a pathway to implement sustainable cross-domain
(meta)data flows to inform and support the current development of the
Cross-domain Interoperability Framework (CDIF), a major output of WorldFAIR.

The WorldFAIR case studies on biodiversity, disaster risk reduction,
chemistry, and cultural heritage were identified as focal points to bridge
with ODIS, being complementary to the strategic priorities of marine
science and sustainable ocean management and offering clear socio-technical
interfaces compatible with ODIS’s own interoperability approaches. The
high-level roadmap in this report outlines the general approach that will
be pursued in the remaining tasks in the ocean science case study.

In summary, this report draws from current data practices insight from the
international, multi-domain WorldFAIR consortium to identify the most
viable routes to establish and sustain cross-domain data interoperability.

*The report is openly available online
at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7682398

Visit WorldFAIR online at http://worldfair-project.eu

WorldFAIR is funded by the EC HORIZON-WIDERA-2021-ERA-01-41 Coordination
and Support Action under Grant Agreement No. 101058393.




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