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Best Practices on Data Management: Accepted Practices for Data Management
Comments due by 10 July 2019.
Research and education in the atmospheric and related sciences has been consistently dependent on data. Given the expansion and sophistication of the data networks, increasing volumes of both observations and model data, in addition to the need for analysis, it is critical to consider data management strategies and accepted practices for optimal use.
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