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Your interface to Australian Antarctic data

Your interface to Australian Antarctic data
Dave Connell

Authors

Dave Connell and Mathew Oakes
Australian Antarctic Data Centre, Australian Antarctic Division

Abstract

The Australian Antarctic Data Centre (AADC) was established in response to Australia’s participation in the Antarctic Treaty System, and is committed to the free and open exchange of scientific data collected as part of the Australian Antarctic program. The AADC utilises several different tools (e.g. metadata catalogues and MyScience) for archiving and managing scientific data. Additionally, the AADC also provides mapping and data citation services.

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Key dates

  • 11th June 2013
    Registrations close
  • 21st June 2013
    Registrations at the AAD open for staff
  • 24th June 2013
    Registrations at the venue open
  • 24th June 2013
    Conference commences
  • 26th June 2013
    Conference concludes

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