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NOREN, Anders, CSDCO / LacCore, University of Minnesota, 116 Church St SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
Open Core Data, a collaboration between the Consortium for Ocean Leadership, Continental Scientific Drilling Coordination Office (CSDCO), and the Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA), aims to be a key linked open data component of drilling and coring data from both continents and oceans. Guided by FAIR principles, Open Core Data will hold data generated at facilities (CSDCO/LacCore and JANUS data from the JOIDES Resolution at the start), provide semantic enhancement to ingested datasets, and standards-based, human- and machine-readable formats for discovery and access through multiple means: simple web browser user interface, programmatic data access, and web services for data systems requiring drilling and coring information (e.g. Neotoma Paleoecology Database, Paleobiology Database, GPlates, MagIC Magnetics Database, National Geothermal Data System, archives such as NOAA and PANGAEA, etc.). This approach is motivated by the recognition that different scientific communities have varying reasons and requirements for access to drilling data. By leveraging the similar structures of drilling and coring data across institutions, Open Core Data can serve multiple communities and institutions for data discovery, access, and distribution, utilizing the best technological resources available, and it can provide a common platform for development of tools for data visualization and other purposes. It is designed to enable future extension and support of additional scientific communities, including polar coring and drilling, and the large marine coring community.
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