DataONE (Observation Network for Earth)

TIME FRAME
2013 – present
TOTAL FUNDING TO DATE
$416,623

Data Observation Network for Earth (DataONE) is a collaborative, global project that is laying the groundwork for a new, innovative approach to conducting environmental science research. DataONE is a distributed framework and sustainable infrastructue poised to resolve many of the key challenges that hinder the realization of more global, open, and reproducible science, through four interrelated cyberinfrastructure (CI) activities:

  • significantly expanding the volume and diversity of data available to researchers for large-scale scientific innovation and discovery;
  • incorporating innovative and high-value science-enabling features into the DataONE CI;
  • maintaining and improving core software and services; and
  • increasing the integration of loosely coupled nodes in the system while maintaining cybersecurity and trust.

GLSIS Professor Bertram Ludäscher is a member of the DataONE Leadership Team and a co-lead of the DataONE Working Group on Provenance in Scientific Workflows.

DataONE (Observation Network for Earth)

Personnel

DataONE (Observation Network for Earth)
Bertram Ludäscher
Principal Investigator (PI)

Funding Agencies

National Science Foundation — 2014 — $416,623

Research Areas

Design and Evaluation of Information Systems and Services, Science Processes