Arnaud, Fanny and Lerigoleur, Emilie and Jean-Charles, Arnaud and Le Berre, Iwan, and Pardo, Corinne et al. - Managing and sharing multidisciplinary information in human-environment observatories: feedbacks and recommendations from the French DRIIHM network

jimis:6657 - Journal of Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Issues in Sciences, July 23, 2020, Scientific observatories Environments/Societies, new challenges - https://doi.org/10.18713/JIMIS-120620-6-3
Managing and sharing multidisciplinary information in human-environment observatories: feedbacks and recommendations from the French DRIIHM network

Authors: Arnaud, Fanny and Lerigoleur, Emilie and Jean-Charles, Arnaud and Le Berre, Iwan, and Pardo, Corinne and Raynal, Jean-Claude and Jérôme, Fozzani and Michel, Kristell and Trémélo, Marie-Laure and Roux-Michollet, Dad

The LabEx DRIIHM is a research network that gathers together 13 Human-Environment Observatories (OHM) focused on anthropogenically modified socio-ecosystems in France and worldwide. Within the open science context, a Research Data Infrastructure (RDI) was implemented brick by brick to describe, visualize, and disseminate multidisciplinary long-tail datasets produced by the DRIIHM community. The RDI contains both tools and standards at the network scale, and specific tools at the individual observatory scale. This paper describes the building blocks of the RDI and analyses its strengths and challenges on the basis of engineer feedback and user surveys. Recommendations for improving the RDI, better measuring its effectiveness, and enhancing open science awareness, have been formalized for the SO-DRIIHM project that will start in 2020. Cross-disciplinary approaches using DataViz tools have emerged already, and these enrich the way in which scientific information is disseminated, and could raise new scientific issues.


Volume: Scientific observatories Environments/Societies, new challenges
Published on: July 23, 2020
Submitted on: July 22, 2020
Keywords: Research Data Infrastructure,Human-Environment Observatories,multidisciplinarity,collaborative tools,FAIR data,[SDE.ES]Environmental Sciences/Environmental and Society,[SHS.GEO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Geography


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