[ecoinfo] marine ecoinformatics
dblankman at lternet.edu
Tue Jun 15 16:09:22 PDT 2004
I have been out of the Ecoinformatics loop for a while, but am now
getting back in. Up until March I had been working with LTER sites on
the conversion of legacy metadata to EML (Ecological Metadata Language).
I am currently in between jobs/grants, but would certainly enjoy a trip
to Hawaii. If you have the funds to pay my plane fair and basic food and
lodging, I would love to help you out at no charge (assuming that I am
not working full time).
While I could probably help you some remotely, face-to-face would be
more fun for me and certainly more effective for you.
Let me know if you are interested.
EML Integration Developer (until recently)
Long Term Ecological Research Network Office
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131
John Sibert wrote:
> Thanks for your posting. I haven't received much form this list
> either, so let me introduce myself.
> Several colleagues requested that the Pelagic Fisheries Research
> Program (www.soest.hawaii.edu/PFRP) act as a neutral information
> exchange depot for data from electronic tags. We already have a
> rudimentary data repository on the PFRP site, but it is pretty lame.
> Rather than re-invent the wheel, I have been exploring the resources
> available on the Ecoinformatics site to do the job. You can see an
> early prototype by searching the KNB site for "fish track". Frankly,
> we have encountered quite a few problems, but I am optimistic we can
> find ways to make it work.
> At 10:35 PM 6/10/2004, you wrote:
>> I have recently joined the ecoinformatics list, my interests are
>> mainly marine habitat
>> classifications and related biodiversity; I am involved in the Ocean
>> Information system (www.iobis.org). As I have not had any emails
>> from the list yet
>> thought this may stimulate one.
>> Dr Mark J. Costello,
>> Leigh Marine Laboratory, University of Auckland,
>> P. O. Box 349, Warkworth, New Zealand.
>> m.costello at auckland.ac.nz
>> Tel. +64-9-3737 599 (or 422 6111) ext 83608. Fax +64-9-422 6113
>> Chair International Committee of the Ocean Biogeographic Information
>> Secretary General of the International Association of Biological
>> ecoinfo mailing list
>> ecoinfo at ecoinformatics.org
> John Sibert, Manager
> Pelagic Fisheries Research Program
> University of Hawaii at Manoa
> 1000 Pope Road, MSB 313
> Honolulu, HI 96822
> United States
> Phone: (808) 956-4109
> Fax: (808) 956-4104
> Washington DC
> Phone: (202) 861 2363
> Fax: (202) 861 4767
> PFRP Web Site: http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/PFRP/
> email: sibert at hawaii.edu
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