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Project Profile: PARSEC

Building New Tools for Data Sharing and Reuse through a Transnational Investigation of the Socioeconomic Impacts of Protected Areas

Who?

Principal Investigators: Nicolas Mouquet, Fondation pour la Recherche sur la Biodiversité, France
Partners: Shelley Stall, American Geophysical Union, United States
Pedro Pizzigatti Corrêa, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Yasuhiro Murayama, National Institute of Information & Communications Technology, Japan
Sponsors: French National Research Agency, France
National Science Foundation, USA
São Paulo Research Foundation, Brazil
Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan

What?

Full Project Title: Building New Tools for Data Sharing and Reuse through a Transnational Investigation of the Socioeconomic Impacts of Protected Areas
Full Call Title: SEI2018
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Why?

Project Objective: Scientific advances depend on the availability, accessibility and reusability of data, software, samples, and data products. Yet large amounts of data on the Earth are not well preserved or preserved at all. PARSEC will address these questions by supporting the collaboration of a synthesis science team and data-science team.
Call Objective: SEI targets initiatives that are well positioned to bring together environmental, social and economic scientists with data scientists, computational scientists, and e-infrastructure and cyber-infrastructure developers and providers for a shared goal; to solve methodological, technological and/or procedural challenges facing interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary environmental change research that involves working with large, diverse and transnational, multi-source data. The SEI CRA will closely link research thinking and technological innovation toward accelerating the full path of discovery-driven data use and open science. This will enable a broader scientific community to benefit from the identified new and potentially disruptive demonstrators or pilots toward solutions.

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When?

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Call Date: April 16, 2018
Project Award Date: January 10, 2019