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 |[[http://​globe.umbc.edu|GLOBE]] |"​GLOBE (Global Collaboration Engine) is an online collaborative environment that enables land change researchers to share, compare and integrate local and regional studies with global data to assess the global relevance of their work." GLOBE allows users to geotag studies and provide detailed information about the context of each one, then provides in-depth analysis tools for looking at how well groups of studies represent different environmental variables. |University of Maryland Baltimore County |Active |GLOBE'​s analytical tools are second to none. | |[[http://​globe.umbc.edu|GLOBE]] |"​GLOBE (Global Collaboration Engine) is an online collaborative environment that enables land change researchers to share, compare and integrate local and regional studies with global data to assess the global relevance of their work." GLOBE allows users to geotag studies and provide detailed information about the context of each one, then provides in-depth analysis tools for looking at how well groups of studies represent different environmental variables. |University of Maryland Baltimore County |Active |GLOBE'​s analytical tools are second to none. |
 |[[http://​figshare.com/​articles/​Global_Soil_Respiration_Database_srdb_20131218a_/​880661|Global database of soil respiration data]] |" Soil respiration – RS, the flux of CO2 from the soil to the atmosphere – is probably the least well constrained component of the terrestrial carbon cycle. Here we introduce the SRDB database, a near-universal compendium of published RS data, and make it available to the scientific community both as a traditional static archive and as a dynamic community database that may be updated over time by interested users. The database encompasses all published studies that report one of the following data measured in the field (not laboratory):​ annual RS, mean seasonal RS, a seasonal or annual partitioning of RS into its sources fluxes, RS temperature response (Q10), or RS at 10 °C. Its orientation is thus to seasonal and annual fluxes, not shorter-term or chamber-specific measurements. To date, data from 818 studies have been entered into the database, constituting 3379 records. The data span the measurement years 1961–2007 and are dominated by temperate, well-drained forests. We briefly examine some aspects of the SRDB data – its climate space coverage, mean annual RS fluxes and their correlation with other carbon fluxes, RS variability,​ temperature sensitivities,​ and the partitioning of RS source flux – and suggest some potential lines of research that could be explored using these data. The SRDB database is available online in a permanent archive as well as via a project-hosting repository; the latter source leverages open-source software technologies to encourage wider participation in the database'​s future development. Ultimately, we hope that the updating of, and corrections to, the SRDB will become a shared project, managed by the users of these data in the scientific community."​ |Bond-Lamberty and Thomson (2010). A global database of soil respiration measurements,​ Biogeosciences 7:​1915-1926,​ doi:​10.5194/​bg-7-1915-2010. |Active |Not an online searchable literature database like JournalMap, but a collection of georeferenced articles. Last update December 2013 | |[[http://​figshare.com/​articles/​Global_Soil_Respiration_Database_srdb_20131218a_/​880661|Global database of soil respiration data]] |" Soil respiration – RS, the flux of CO2 from the soil to the atmosphere – is probably the least well constrained component of the terrestrial carbon cycle. Here we introduce the SRDB database, a near-universal compendium of published RS data, and make it available to the scientific community both as a traditional static archive and as a dynamic community database that may be updated over time by interested users. The database encompasses all published studies that report one of the following data measured in the field (not laboratory):​ annual RS, mean seasonal RS, a seasonal or annual partitioning of RS into its sources fluxes, RS temperature response (Q10), or RS at 10 °C. Its orientation is thus to seasonal and annual fluxes, not shorter-term or chamber-specific measurements. To date, data from 818 studies have been entered into the database, constituting 3379 records. The data span the measurement years 1961–2007 and are dominated by temperate, well-drained forests. We briefly examine some aspects of the SRDB data – its climate space coverage, mean annual RS fluxes and their correlation with other carbon fluxes, RS variability,​ temperature sensitivities,​ and the partitioning of RS source flux – and suggest some potential lines of research that could be explored using these data. The SRDB database is available online in a permanent archive as well as via a project-hosting repository; the latter source leverages open-source software technologies to encourage wider participation in the database'​s future development. Ultimately, we hope that the updating of, and corrections to, the SRDB will become a shared project, managed by the users of these data in the scientific community."​ |Bond-Lamberty and Thomson (2010). A global database of soil respiration measurements,​ Biogeosciences 7:​1915-1926,​ doi:​10.5194/​bg-7-1915-2010. |Active |Not an online searchable literature database like JournalMap, but a collection of georeferenced articles. Last update December 2013 |
 +|[[http://​www.sciencebase.gov|USGS ScienceBase Catalog]] |ScienceBase is a scientific data and information management system that provides access to datasets, reports, publications,​ and journal articles. Resources in ScienceBase can be georeferenced,​ and ScienceBase can be searched using a map-based interface. From their website: "The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) is committed to enhancing and expanding information sharing and sound data management practices by developing ScienceBase,​ a collaborative scientific data and information management platform used directly by science teams. ScienceBase provides access to aggregated information derived from many data and information domains, including feeds from existing data systems, metadata catalogs, and scientists contributing new and original content. ScienceBase architecture is designed to help science teams and data practitioners centralize their data and information resources to create a foundation needed for their work. ScienceBase,​ both original software and engineered components, is released as an open source project to promote involvement from the larger scientific programming community both inside and outside the USGS."​|[[https://​www.sciencebase.gov/​about/​content/​contact-us|Sky Bristol]], USGS |Active |ScienceBase is open for non-USGS researchers or scientists to contribute resources. See their [[https://​www.sciencebase.gov/​about/​faq|FAQ]] for more details.|
  
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