EarthCube Resource Registry

In order to increase the visibility of EarthCube software products, components, and services, a core vocabulary, ontology, and registry must be developed which will describe and uniquely define the EarthCube cyberinfrastructure landscape. It will enable users to discover scientific and technical resources (software, tools, vocabularies, etc.) that are relevant to their research. The ability to locate resources of relevance will promote EarthCube investments, reduce time to science, and help enable interdisciplinary research. In the short term, the registry will help answer the question: “What is EarthCube?” in a tangible way.

To date, scientists interested in EarthCube have expressed uncertainty about what EarthCube can do for them. The EarthCube Resource Registry will provide immediate access to a list of EC capabilities to understand what EC is, and what it isn’t. The registry will provide a vehicle to notify the community about new products, increase visibility, and gain recognition.

EarthCube Resource Registry Development Team

Ruth Duerr - Ronin Institute for Independent Scholarship - Research Scholar

Stephen Richard - US Geoscience Information Network (USGIN) Foundation - President

Ilya Zaslavsky - San Diego Supercomputer Center Spatial Information Systems Laboratory - Director

Eric Lingerfelt - EarthCube Science Support Office - Technical Officer

EarthCube Resource Registry Advisory Team

Felimon Gayanilo - Harte Research Institute for Gulf or Mexico Studies

Nick Jarboe - Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Anna Kelbert - USGS

Rebecca Koskela - DataOne

Karen Stocks - Scripps Institution of Oceanography

EarthCube Resource Registry Links

EarthCube Resource Registry Presentation -

Main GitHub Organization -