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FROM VOLUME 6, NUMBER 1, JANUARY 1993

REPORTS...
EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE: DATA MANAGEMENT


Item #d93jan66

The U.S. Global Change Data and Information Management Program Plan, 94 pp., Sep. 1992. Prepared by the Interagency Working Group on Data Mgmt. for Global Change (IWGDMGC) for the Comm. on Earth and Environ. Sci. (CEES) of the Fed. Coord. Council for Sci., Eng. & Technol. (FCCSET). Available (no charge) from CEES, c/o Nat. Sci. Foundation, Attn: Forms & Pubs., 1800 G St. NW, Rm. 232, Washington DC 20550 (202-357-7861).

Commits participating federal agencies to work with each other, with academia and with the international community to make it as easy as possible for researchers and others to access and use global change data, through a Global Change Data and Information System. An implementation plan will follow.


Item #d93jan67

EOSDIS: EOS Data and Information System, NASA Earth Science Support Off. (ESSO), 31 pp., May 1992. Available (no charge) from ESSO Doc. Resour., Earth Sci. & Applic. Div., NASA Hdqtrs. (Code SE), Washington DC 20546.

EOSDIS is NASA's portion of the Global Change Data and Information System (previous entry). It will manage data from NASA's Earth Observing System (EOS) satellites and field programs, and provide international access to these data and those in other archives for users of various types (intensive and occasional researchers, NASA mission managers, policy makers). Intended to help users cross traditional disciplinary boundaries.

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