Welcome to the EarthCube Commons

Welcome to the EarthCube Commons!

Welcome to the EarthCube community workspace. Anyone with an interest in EarthCube is free to use this site to coordinate events, draft and share documents, organize meetings, and stay up to date on EarthCube activities. This workspace will be continually developed and optimized to meet the changing needs of EarthCube work groups

Just Getting Started?

Read our FAQs to find out how to interact with groups and navigate the workspace. If you're new to EarthCube in general, please feel free to browse around, and be sure to visit our main site at EarthCube.org for more details on the project. If you'd like to join EarthCube, just fill out the form on this page and we'll set up an account for you. 

 

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Community Updates

The New Jersey Institute of Technology has released a feature on the most recent EarthCube End-User Workshop, Science-Driven Cyberinfrastructure Needs in Solar-Terrestrial Research, held last month in Newark, NJ. [Full article].

Topics for the next EarthCube C4P Webinar (*Wednesday*, September 10, 4-5pm EDT) are Geologic Time and Paleocoordinate methods in the Global Seafloor Geology Database (dbSEABED)​ and Automating Geochronology Workflow from Raw Data to Repository: The Power of Collaborative Software Engineering.

EarthCube and our call for participation in committees and teams is featured in the most recent Eos publication, in a piece by Randy Showstack. Check it out here!

Opportunities of Interest

Virginia Tech is seeking a Data Curator to work in a team-based environment to implement and advance the Libraries’ data management services.

CSIRO offers PhD graduates an opportunity to launch their scientific careers through Postdoctoral Fellowships. Applications are invited for a three-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in sensor integration and data processing workflows in the geosciences.

The British Antarctic Survey (BAS), part of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), is seeking candidates for a Scientific Data Coordinator based at the Polar Data Canter in Cambridge.

Join EarthCube

If you’d like to join EarthCube, please fill out your name and email address below. We’ll create an account for you and send a confirmation email to get you started.

If you know of any groups you'd like to join, please list them here.

Help Move EarthCube Forward

Help shape the future direction of EarthCube. Volunteer for a committee or team and make sure your voice is heard! Click here for more information and to express your interest in becoming a member of the Science Committee, Tech/Architecture Committee, Engagement Team, Liaisons Team, and the Leadership Council. Membership is open to all interested persons. 

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Webex Meeting Facilitation

EarthCube now has several Webex accounts that you can use to manage workshops and project team meetings. Please contact webex@earthcube.org for more information on Webex access.

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