June 2019
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In this Issue

ECAM Breakout Sessions want Input
GeoCODES Webinar
Register for the ECAM
EarthCube DOIs & Repository
Job Opportunity at Columbia
NSF Geoinformatics Project Proposals
EC In The News
Events & Opportunities

Give Your Input to Interactive 2019 ECAM Breakout Sessions


Some of the more interactive Breakout Sessions at this year's Annual Meeting are looking for your contribution.

 If you have specific tools you'd like to work with, or topics you'd like to address, look at the calls of several sessions to see how you can participate.

GeoCODES Informational Webinar Recording is Online



The evolution of the P418 Pilot Project, GeoCODES is a production-ready package of intuitive web-based tools, REST APIs, Python, R, and MATLAB notebook integration for a variety of services.

If you missed it, watch the recording of the informational webinar held by EarthCube Science Support Office (ESSO) Technical Officer, Eric Lingerfelt. He showcased the capabilities and progress of this exciting new set of tools.

Less than two weeks until the EarthCube Annual Meeting, Science in Action!


EarthCube is gearing up for a great Annual Meeting in Denver this year at the Hilton Denver City Center. 

There will be great breakout sessions with lots to learn, fascinating keynotes, and more. Check out the Sched here. If you missed out on registration it's not too late!

EarthCube is getting DOIs and a Repository


Thanks to the EC Leadership Council, EarthCube documents will be searchable, retrievable, and these solutions will last over changes in EC governance. Read the article on the EarthCube blog, written by Leadership Council Member, Ouida Meier, to learn more. 


The decision about what DOIs and repository to use took careful consideration. Read the article on the EarthCube blog, written by Leadership Council Member, Ouida Meier, to learn more about what came into play, and what EarthCube will be using. 

Job Opportunity at Columbia University



There is a new opening for a Staff Associate position at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University.

  • Are you interested in data science in geochemistry? 
  • Do you want to promote and advance the reuse of geochemical research data for the benefit of science and society?
  • Would you like to work in a diverse team of data scientists, software developers, and data curators?
  • Do you appreciate the opportunity to develop and cultivate a community of engaged users, working with scientists from all around the world?

Check out this document for some more information, or go straight to the online job posting

NSF Solicitation for Geoinformatics Project Proposals 



NSF wants to hear your Geoinformatics ideas.

They have created a new project solicitation and three new tracks of opportunities are now supported: the Catalytic Track, Facility Track, and Sustainability Track. 

For details, check NSF's official solicitation page. It is also available as a PDF. 

All proposals must be submitted by August 15th.

EarthCube in the News

The EarthCube Community has been working tirelessly in its endeavor to transform the way geoscience is performed - both as a social paradigm shift as well as developing the technological capabilities to support that. We've enjoyed a lot of great press lately, so check out our new EarthCube in the News page.

Upcoming Events

EC Annual Meeting 6/12-6/14


Distinguished Lecturer Program
Early Career Travel Grants

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Has your participation in EarthCube benefited your research or helped you meet a particular challenge? Email the ESSO so we can promote your success.

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