Big Data, Little Data, or No Data? Sustaining Access to Research DataProtecting Climate Data in Times of Political Turmoil (2017)
The Southern California Climate Data Protection Project is committed to protecting and preserving scientific climate data, through systematic analysis of infrastructures and methods of data collection, curation, and management. We are equally concerned with how access to scientific data allows the public to invest in government accountability and to demand sustainable policies.
This workshop on Inauguration Day was on political action to sustain access to essential data on climate change.
Date: 9am-3pm, January 20, 2017
Location: Department of Information Studies, GSEIS Room 111, UCLA
290 Charles E Young Dr N, Los Angeles, CA 90095
Publication DateWinter January 20, 2017
LocationUCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Citation InformationChristine L. Borgman. "Big Data, Little Data, or No Data? Sustaining Access to Research Data" Protecting Climate Data in Times of Political Turmoil (2017)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/borgman/401/