ClimeFish will participate in the H2020 Open Research Data Pilot. A Data Management Plan (DMP) has to be developed detailing what kind of data the project is expected to generate, whether and how it will be exploited or made accessible for verification and reuse, and how it will be curated and preserved.
This deliverable documents the BlueBRIDGE data management strategy describing the data collected, processed or generated by the project, the standards and metadata used for them, and the final plan on how sharing, archiving and preservation of this data will be guaranteed.
Deliverable D10.1 constitutes the Data Management Plan (DMP) of project AtlantECO. It addresses the European Commission’s open access to research data requirements (ORD pilot), as well as Article 29 of the Project’s Grant Agreement on the dissemination and exploitation of results.
PrimeFish will participate in the H2020 Open Research Data Pilot, and this entails three requirements. Firstly, the collected research data should be deposited in data repository. Secondly, the project will have to take measures to enable third parties to access, mine, exploit, reproduce and disseminate this research data. Finally, a Data Management Plan (DMP) has to be developed.
This deliverable documents the BlueBRIDGE data management strategy in 3 successive versions. This intermediate version enriches the previous one with details on how make data discoverable, accessible, assessable and intelligible, usable beyond the original purpose for which it was collected and interoperable to specific quality standards.
A plan describing what data will be collected / generated, which methodology and standards will be used and how this data will be shared, curated and preserved. Output from: T8.2. Success indicator: First version of the data management plan available.
Report on DMP including ATLAS research outputs using OpenAIRE by an ATLAS information specialist who will ensure that all research outputs from ATLAS are cross‐linked and monitored by OpenAIRE. This will be achieved by actively monitoring data and literature publications from ATLAS partners using DataCite and Thompson Reuters, and by maintaining close communication with data repositories ENA, PANGAEA, ZENODO and OpenAIRE
Plan establishing uniform data management processes for contributing sea level organisations. Enabling the necessary agreements to provide all quality controlled Atlantic sea level data via a single portal.