Data sharing and retrieval using OAI-PMH

@article{Devarakonda2011DataSA,
  title={Data sharing and retrieval using OAI-PMH},
  author={Ranjeet Devarakonda and Giriprakash Palanisamy and James M. Green and Bruce E. Wilson},
  journal={Earth Science Informatics},
  year={2011},
  volume={4},
  pages={1-5}
}
There is a growing consensus for the need to store and archive digital data, particularly for publicly funded research. Long-term preservation of that data generally requires some form of institutional archive, such as those directed to particular scientific communities of practice. Given that data is often of use to multiple communities of practice, which may have differing norms for data and metadata structure and semantics, effective standards for data and metadata exchange are important… 

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