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Managing Social Science Data from the Arctic with
ELOKA, ACADIS, NSIDC, and (Insert Many Other
Acronyms Here!)
Colleen Str...
Big Data, Cyberinfrastructure, other “techy”
terms here
 Major movement to working
with “big data”
 The “democratization...
Quality of Recorded Metadata Over Time
The National Snow and Ice Data Center
Creates tools
for data
access
Performs
scientific
research
Educates
the public
about...
NSIDC: An overview5
ACADIS
ACADIS, a joint NSIDC
UCAR and NCAR
effort, will manage all
Arctic data for NSF
ACADIS
Advanced...
Traditional and Local
Knowledge
 Important source of data to
consider in the changing
Arctic
 Different from data from t...
ELOKA - Mission Statement
To provide data management and user
support services to facilitate the collection,
preservation,...
ELOKA Scope
Focus on documented forms of local and
traditional knowledge (“data”)
Aim to work with community-driven
projec...
ELOKACore Services
Applications Preservation
Curation
Community
Skills Development
Community Web Sites –
Documenting Oral Histories
Technology Preservation
“Uggi” CD
Fox Gearheard, S. 2003. When the weather is uggianaqtuq: Inuit
observations of environme...
The Creation of SIZONet
 Concerns from the Community
 What data should be made public?
 Who should be able to contribut...
SIZONet: environmental
monitoring database
https://eloka-arctic.org/sizonet
http://eloka-arctic.org/communities/yupik/
The Creation of the Yup’ik
Place Names Atlas
 Concerns from the Community
 Who should be able to add place names to data...
What about Social Science Data?
 Tension between having data be open access
(or, freely available to anyone who may want ...
Working with Archaeological Data from
NABO
 Partner with tDAR and NABO to get archaeological data entered into
a system t...
Arctic Data Explorer
Upcoming Opportunities
 IASSA Panel on Data Management in Arctic Social
Science in May 2014 at the IASC in Prince George
...
Thank You
©photo Shari Gearheard
Managing Social Science Data from the Arctic with ELOKA, ACADIS, NSIDC, and (Insert Many Other Acronyms Here!)
Managing Social Science Data from the Arctic with ELOKA, ACADIS, NSIDC, and (Insert Many Other Acronyms Here!)
Managing Social Science Data from the Arctic with ELOKA, ACADIS, NSIDC, and (Insert Many Other Acronyms Here!)
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Colleen Strawhacker, Peter Pulsifer, and Shari Gearheard National Snow and Ice Data Center
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Managing Social Science Data from the Arctic with ELOKA, ACADIS, NSIDC, and (Insert Many Other Acronyms Here!)

  1. 1. Managing Social Science Data from the Arctic with ELOKA, ACADIS, NSIDC, and (Insert Many Other Acronyms Here!) Colleen Strawhacker, Peter Pulsifer, and Shari Gearheard cstrawhacker@gmail.com National Snow and Ice Data Center, University of Colorado Presented for the GHEA Workshop November 4th – 6th, 2013
  2. 2. Big Data, Cyberinfrastructure, other “techy” terms here  Major movement to working with “big data”  The “democratization of science”  How do we make the most of using these data for analysis at different scales?  How do we ensure that data are preserved and curated for the future?
  3. 3. Quality of Recorded Metadata Over Time
  4. 4. The National Snow and Ice Data Center Creates tools for data access Performs scientific research Educates the public about the cryosphere Supports data users Manages and distributes scientific data Supports local and traditional knowledge
  5. 5. NSIDC: An overview5 ACADIS ACADIS, a joint NSIDC UCAR and NCAR effort, will manage all Arctic data for NSF ACADIS Advanced Cooperative Arctic Data and Information Service
  6. 6. Traditional and Local Knowledge  Important source of data to consider in the changing Arctic  Different from data from the physical sciences… how do we manage, preserve, curate it?  What about the considerations of the community whose knowledge we are working with? Timothy Allen, BBC
  7. 7. ELOKA - Mission Statement To provide data management and user support services to facilitate the collection, preservation, exchange, and use of local observations and knowledge of the Arctic. ©photo Shari Gearheard ** under review **
  8. 8. ELOKA Scope Focus on documented forms of local and traditional knowledge (“data”) Aim to work with community-driven projects ©photo Shari Gearheard
  9. 9. ELOKACore Services Applications Preservation Curation Community Skills Development
  10. 10. Community Web Sites – Documenting Oral Histories
  11. 11. Technology Preservation “Uggi” CD Fox Gearheard, S. 2003. When the weather is uggianaqtuq: Inuit observations of environmental change. Boulder, Colorado USA: University of Colorado Geography Department Cartography Lab. Distributed by National Snow and Ice Data Center. CD-ROM.
  12. 12. The Creation of SIZONet  Concerns from the Community  What data should be made public?  Who should be able to contribute to the database?  How will the data be contextualized?  These concerns are frequently mirrored in other ELOKA projects.
  13. 13. SIZONet: environmental monitoring database https://eloka-arctic.org/sizonet
  14. 14. http://eloka-arctic.org/communities/yupik/
  15. 15. The Creation of the Yup’ik Place Names Atlas  Concerns from the Community  Who should be able to add place names to database?  Who should have access to locations? Should locations be hidden?  Where should the database infrastructure be housed?  Do these concerns sound familiar?  And yet, a different agreement and resolution are being made to meet the wishes of the community.
  16. 16. What about Social Science Data?  Tension between having data be open access (or, freely available to anyone who may want to analyze it) and privacy issues  Major considerations when it comes to protecting the locations of archaeological sites, privacy of research subjects  NSIDC is not adequately equipped to handle these types of data at this time – but that’s my job!
  17. 17. Working with Archaeological Data from NABO  Partner with tDAR and NABO to get archaeological data entered into a system that is accessible to both archaeologists and other scientists working in the Arctic
  18. 18. Arctic Data Explorer
  19. 19. Upcoming Opportunities  IASSA Panel on Data Management in Arctic Social Science in May 2014 at the IASC in Prince George  APECS Webinar in late November 2013 in data management for traditional and local knowledge  NSF Proposal to put these ideas into practice in 2014  IHOPE Sponsored Session at the Resilience 2014 Conference in Montpelier, France Contact: Colleen Strawhacker cstrawhacker@gmail.com
  20. 20. Thank You ©photo Shari Gearheard

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