Presentations and Posters
Post your posters and presentations related to USGIN topics.
Slides for talk at EGU, Vienna, April 2012, presented by SM Richard.
A rather large power point stack, for a one hour presenation on USGIN web services and their use for the National Geothermal Data System. Presented at the kick off meeting in Boise, ID, November 3, 2009 by SM Richard.
State Geothermal Data and the US Geoscience Information Network; SDSC Summer institute in Geoinformatics
Outline: Background; Approach: Metadata, Services, Interchange formats; Current status; Architecture and artifacts; Way forward
Progress 2010-2011, service inventory, promoting transition to open data and reusuable applications.
I gave two presentations at the ESRI User conference this year. One was geared mostly towards what we do with metadata in our systems, while the other was more of a broad overview of USGIN and a little bit of NGDS progress report.
A brief overview of USGIN.
From WRP Meeting Notes:
III. Geoscience Information Network
Poster presented at Geological Society of America Meeting, Monday, Nov. 1, 2010 in Denver, Colorado. Overview of metadata recommendations, catalog system architecture, and proposed URI scheme.
This poster outlines the general goals of the National Geothermal Data System, describes its relationship to the US Geoscience Information Network, and shows some of the ways that the Arizona Geological Survey plans to make it easier for individual state surveys to contribute information to NGDS. It was presented in Sacramento by Ryan Clark at the Digital Mapping Techniques 2010 conference.
We presented the following posters at the 2009 GSA Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon. Note, the PDF files are large.
- USGIN: Interoperable Geoscience Data Services on the Web - How do we get there? (45MB PDF) by Stephen Richard, Lee Allison, Ryan Clark and Wolfgang Grunberg, Arizona Geological Survey
- Catalog Service for the Web, Implementing Interoperable Services for Discovering Geoscience Resources (46MB PDF) by Wolfgang Grunberg, Stephen Richard and Ryan Clark, Arizona Geological Survey.
Following is a presentation on XML Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) we did at the Geoscience Data Preservation Techniques Workshop, Indiana Geological Survey, Bloomington, IN on July 2009.
Although this presentation was geared towards National Geological and Geophysical Data Preservation Program (NGGDPP) metadata, the same tools can be used for other ETL needs.