Arctic Data Center Call for Proposals for Synthesis Working Group

The Arctic Data Center is announcing a call for Synthesis Working Group Proposals.

To promote the analysis and synthesis of Arctic data and to inform ongoing development of the data repository, the Arctic Data Center is soliciting requests for proposals for a Synthesis Working Group, with research to begin by August 2017. Funding is available for one Working Group to host two meetings at the Arctic Data Center in Santa Barbara, California, of approximately 15 participants each, over an anticipated 1-1.5 year period.

Proposals must focus on Arctic-related research issues, and primarily (but not necessarily exclusively) involve the analysis and synthesis of data contained within the Arctic Data Center Repository. Proposals will be reviewed by the Arctic Data Center’s Science Advisory Board for intellectual merit and broader impacts, and consideration will also be made as to the availability and sources of data needed by the project, as well as how the project will serve to evaluate and inform future directions for the Arctic Data Center’s services.

Timeline
February 16, 2017 – Call for proposals opens
April 26, 2017 – Call for proposals closes
June 2017 – Accepted proposal announced
August 2017 – Working Group research begins

Submitting a Proposal
Principal Investigators are encouraged to contact proposals@arcticdata.io to briefly discuss ideas before submitting proposals
Review important documents about submission and budgeting on the Arctic Data Center proposals page

Proposals can be up to a maximum of 2000 words
Submit proposals to proposals@arcticdata.io by April 26, 2017

The NSF-funded Arctic Data Center, founded in March 2016, is operated and led by NCEAS in partnership with NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) and DataONE. The long-term Arctic Data Center repository allows for the preservation and sharing of data spanning many disciplines from the Arctic, now and into the future.

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