Tuesday, March 22, 2016

EarthCube Tools Webinar: "Cloud-Hosted Real-time Data Services for the Geosciences (CHORDS)" - April 1, 2 PM EDT

Dear Experimentalists,

We are excited to announce the next in our series of "EarthCube Tools" webinars, which will be useful for any scientists needing to manage or share their research data:

Title: CHORDS: Lowering barriers to real-time data integration

Date/time: Friday, April 1, at 2 pm EDT (1 PM CDT, 12 PM MDT, 11 AM PDT/MST, 8 AM HST)

Presenter: Dr. Mike Daniels, UCAR (EarthCube CHORDS - Cloud-Hosted Real-time Data Services for the Geosciences)

Description: This webinar will describe Cloud-Hosted Real-time Data Services for the Geosciences (CHORDS), a project developing tools to “acquire, navigate and distribute real-time data streams via cloud services and the Internet.”  

About the webinars:
The EarthCube Tools for Doing Geoscience webinar series, organized by the Science Committee of the NSF-sponsored EarthCube program, provides practical demonstrations of how EarthCube projects can help you to collect, access, share, and visualize geoscience data. Each webinar begins with a showcase of an EarthCube funded project followed by ample time for questions and conversation. Wary of EarthCube jargon? Presenters will describe their projects in plain English for scientists in all disciplines who may be unfamiliar with EarthCube. Here’s a chance for you (and your colleagues, team members, and students) to learn about EarthCube and how it can help to advance your scientific work. More information on the webinar series is available here. Archived video will be available on the website about one week after the webinar. 

Upcoming webinar:
Friday, May 6, 2 pm EDT (1 PM CDT, 12 PM MDT, 11 AM PDT/MST, 8 AM HST)

P.S. We apologize for anyone who tried to connect to last week’s webinar, but could not due to a 25 person limit. Unfortunately there was an error with WebEx that we believe is now resolved. The slides and link to the video on YouTube from last week’s webinar are available here.

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