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In recent years there has been rapid growth in online datasets, vocabularies, tools and compute resources for Earth, space and environmental science researchers. Most are coordinated by separate communities and range from major international/national initiatives (e.g., GEO, ESGF, FDSN, OneGeology, IGSN, ESIP, EPOS, ENVRI, AuScope, EarthCube, DataOne), down to notable efforts by much smaller communities. There are social, scientific and technological challenges that each is trying to solve in isolation, but there are sufficient differences that make it hard to leverage common developments across them. The time is ripe to synchronise efforts and create globally connected networks of Earth, space and environmental Science data, software, compute resources and researchers.
Papers are solicited ranging from those building community specific systems to those trying to resolve the challenges of internationally linking multiple communities to create globally networked environments that share common solutions for more efficient and effective use of limited funding.
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