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Oral Presentations

 Session 1: Data—Lessons Learned from IPY                                                        11:00–12:30 Tuesday, 15 October
 Overarching Lessons from the International Polar Year on How to Create a Functional Data Infrastructure.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Mark Parsons (Keynote)
 Arctic Communities, Social Science, and Data Management: Human dimensions of an Arctic Data Coordination Network.
 
[Abstract] [Presentation]
 Peter Pulsifer
 The Polar Data Catalogue: Best Practices for Sharing and Archiving Canada’s Polar Data.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Julie Friddell
 Preservation and Publication of IPY data – A Collaborative Effort of PANGAEA, ICSTII, and ICSU-WDS.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Michael Diepenbroek
 Session 2: Best Practice—Data Administration                                                 14:00–15:30 Tuesday, 15 October
 Administering Antarctic Data – A Practical Use-case.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Kim Finney (Keynote)
  Establishing Korean Polar Data Policy and its Future Directions.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Min Choul Lee
  Antarctic Data Treasures: Recent Advances in Promoting and Curating the Vital Data Legacy of Antarctic Data.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Taco de Bruin
  The Arctic Cooperative Data and Information System: Data Management Support for the NSF Arctic Research Program.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 
James Moore
 Session 3: Best Practice—Publication & Citation                                              15:45–17:45 Tuesday, 15 October
 Best Practice—Data Publication and Citation.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Karen Visser (Keynote)

 From Data to Publications: The Polar Information Spectrum.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Shannon Vossepoel
 Inter-university Upper Atmosphere Global Observation Network (IUGONET) Metadata Database and Possible Application for ‘Polar Data Activities’.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Akiyo Yatagai
 Biodiversity.aq: Online Tools for Antarctic Biodiversity Data Discovery and Publication.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Anton Van de Putte
Session 4-A: Best Practice—Data Sharing & Observing Networks                 11:00–12:15 Wednesday 16 October
 Data Sharing and Observing Networks—How can we do better?
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Lesley Rickards (Keynote)

 Antarctic Space Weather Data Managed by IPS Radio and Space Services of Australia.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Kehe Wang
 TRANSMIT Prototype: Cross-institutional Network Approach from Geophysical Database to User Application for GNSS Science  and Industry.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Hiroatsu Sato
 Hydrometeorological Database (HMDB) for Practical Research in Ecology.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Alexander Novakovskiy
Session 4-B: Best Practice—Data Sharing & Observing Networks                13:30–15:00 Wednesday 16 October
 Current Data Practises in Polar Institutions and Networks: A Case Study with the HIACMS Project.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Paul Berkman (Keynote)
 EXPEDITION: An Integrated Approach to Expose Expedition Information and Research Results.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Roland Koppe
 Assembling an Arctic Ocean Boundary Monitoring Array.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Takamasa Tsubouchi
 Building on the IPY: Discovering Interdisciplinary Data through Federated Search.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Siri Jodha Singh Khalsa
 GEO Cold Regions—The Interface To GEOSS For Polar And Mountainous Cold Region Observations.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Yubao Qui
Session 5: Data Centre/Service Provider Accreditation                                15:10–16:05 Wednesday 16 October
 Certification and Accreditation of Data Centres and Services.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Michael Diepenbroek (Keynote)
 ICPSR and the Data Seal of Approval: Accreditation Experiences and Opportunities.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Jared Lyle 
Session 6: The Future of Scientific Polar Data Management                         16:05–17:15 Wednesday 16 October
 International Polar Data Management.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Mustapha Mokrane (Keynote)
 Towards an International Polar Data Coordination Network: An Arctic Perspective.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Peter Pulsifer
 Creating Web of Data for Science.
 [Abstract] [Presentation]
 Hideaki Takeda