Data management: could and should libraries breach the bibliographic barrier? Public Deposited

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  • Marine libraries serve as access points to a multitude of bibliographic information which is vital to the pursuit of science. Yet of growing importance is access to data by researchers. Is there a place for the library in the management of scientific data? In April 1990 the United States National Science Foundation sponsored a workshop on data management at biological field stations and marine labs. The workshop's report, due in October 1990, could redefine the NSF approach to data management and include libraries in the process.
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  • Breaking the barriers to the free flow of information: proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference, edited by E.McDowell & S. Wiest. Harbor Branch, FL: International Association of Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers. Pp. 179-186.
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