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e-I&DM at AGU Fall Meeting

The Belmont Forum Secretariat and the e-I&DM team will be available throughout the week at Booth #601 in the Exhibition Hall

The Belmont Forum e-I&DM team is proud to participate in several forums at the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting in Washington, DC. All attendees are invited to join the conversation about integrative data management for scientific research via the following events: 

Town Halls

TH13E: International Transdisciplinary Research Approaches for Sustainable Development

  • Monday, 10 December 12:30-1:30 PM - Marriott Marquis - Liberty M


TH22C: Data Fair - Managing Research Data Outputs and Funder Open-Data Expectations: Practical Tools for Researchers

  • Wednesday, 12 December 12:30-1:30 PM - Marriott Marquis - Marquis 12-13


Oral Sessions

IN22A-03 - Erica Key: International Cooperation Toward FAIR Principles and Open Data in Transdisciplinary Research (10:50-11:00)


U23A-02 - Maria Uhle: The Time is Now - Ideas for Supporting Digital Infrastructures - Lessons from the Belmont Forum (1:55-2:00)


IN34A - Rowena Davis (Convener):  Research Data Management: Developing Standards for Data Usability and Trust and Building Capacity with Targeted Data Training for the Research Team 

  • Wednesday, 12 December,  4:00-6:00 Rm 206


PA54B-09 - Maria Uhle: International Research Opportunities to Help Address Global Agenda 2030

Poster Sessions

IN41E-0876 - Tina Lee, Bob Samors, Vicky Lucas:  International Capacity Building to Enable Open Data for Transdisciplinary Global Change Research

  • Thursday, 13 December, 8:00-12:20 Poster Hall A-C


IN41D-0878 - Bradley Wade Bishop: Bouncing the FAIR Data Principles off of Seismic Reflection Geologists

  • Thursday, 13 December, 8:00-12:20 Poster Hall A-C


Other Events

e-I&DM team members Tina Lee and Bradley Wade Bishop will also participate in the AGU FAIR Data Help Desk

Stop by anytime at Booth #601 in the Exhibition Hall.


Booth # 601