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Ensuring Long-term Preservation and Adding Value to Scientific and Technical data (PV 2005)

Original Event Webpage: www.ukoln.ac.uk/events/pv-2005/

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- Session 02 Paper 1: Earth Observation Payload Data Long Term Archiving. Gian Maria Pinna et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.80 MB)
- Session 03 Paper 1: Data Information and Management System for the DFD Multi-mission Earth Observation Data. Stephan Kiemle PowerPoint Format [PPT] (4.14 MB)
- Session 03 Paper 2: Performing a Migration in the Framework of the OAIS Reference Model. Donald Sawyer PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.71 MB)
- Session 04 Paper 1: A NOAA/NASA Pilot Project for the Preservation of MODIS Data from the Earth Observing System (EOS). Robert H. Rank PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.78 MB)
- Session 04 Paper 3: USGS Center for Earth Observation & Science (EROS) Analog Archive Preservation Efforts. Timothy B. Smith PowerPoint Format [PPT] (6.93 MB)
- Session 05 Paper 1: Emerging Technologies in support of Long-Term Data and Knowledge Preservation for the Earth Science Community. Luigi Fusco et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (19.82 MB)
- Session 05 Paper 2: Developing and Using Standards for Data and Information in Science and Technology. John Rumble Jr. et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.11 MB)
- Session 05 Paper 3: The Space Physics Archive Search and Extract (SPASE) and the Virtual Space Physics Observatory (VSPO). Jim Thieman et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (4.23 MB) [MPG] (1.85 MB)
- Session 06 Paper 1: Establishing a Mechanism for Maintaining File Integrity within the Data Archive. Thomas C Stein et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.14 MB)
- Session 06 Paper 2: The Semantic PDS. J. Steven Hughes and Elaine Dobson PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.63 MB) Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (1.93 MB)
- Session 06 Paper 3: The USA’s Data Challenges for the Future as a Participant in the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS). Wayne M. Faas PowerPoint Format [PPT] (16.61 MB)
- Session 06 Paper 4: Drivers and Challenges for NASA’s Earth Science Data Holdings. Kathy Fontaine et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.73 MB)
- Session 08 Paper 1: The Development of a Standard for Digital Repository Certification. Bruce Ambacher PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.14 MB)
- Session 08 Paper 2: XFDU packaging contribution to an implementation of the OAIS reference model. Arnaud Lucas PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.19 MB)
- Session 08 Paper 3: From HARM to SAFE The ESA’s Proposal for a Standard Archive Format for Europe. Gian Maria Pinna et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.59 MB)
- Session 09 Paper 1: Adaptation & Use of OpenGIS Technologies for Planetary Data. Elaine Dobinson et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (11.71 MB)
- Session 09 Paper 2: Data centres and their role in publication and access to data. J. Klump et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.37 MB)
- Session 09 Paper 3: SITools Enhanced use of laboratory services and data. T. Levoir PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.77 MB)
- Session 10 Paper 1: Preserving and Adding Value to Scientific Data: The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica. D.R. Taylor et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (5.98 MB)
- Session 10 Paper 2: Algorithm Preservation versus Data Preservation. Martin Boettcher et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (2.42 MB)
- Session 10 Paper 3: Adding Value to Oceanographic Data at the British Oceanographic Data Centre. Roy Lowry et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.76 MB)
- Session 10 Paper 4: Access Interfaces for Open Archival Information Systems. Jeroen Bekaert et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.87 MB)
- Session 11 Paper 1: How to Evaluate the Ability of a File Format to Ensure Long-Term Preservation for Digital Information? N. Lormant et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.26 MB)
- Session 11 Paper 2: Preservation for Institutional Repositories: practical and invisible. Jessie Hey et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (2.84 MB)
- Session 11 Paper 3: Running a Data Cetre on the Long Term. Francois Ochsenbein PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.78 MB)
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