NFDI Consortium Earth System Sciences

NFDI4Earth addresses digital needs of Earth System Sciences. Earth System scientists cooperate in international and interdisciplinary networks with the overarching aim to understand the functioning and interactions within the Earth system and address the multiple challenges of global change. NFDI4Earth is a community-driven process providing researchers with FAIR, coherent, and open access to all relevant Earth System data, to innovative research data management and data science methods.

NFDI4Earth task areas and related measures

The major interactions of the NFDI4Earth task areas that we will implement: NFDI Commons and international embedding provide the framing for the task areas interactions. Since a well-defined joined architecture of NFDI4Earth does not exist yet, a core community effort will be to synthesize such a common framework on the basis of existing contributions from the participants, and at the same time coordinate the necessary adaptation steps towards an interoperable functioning (2Interoperate). Coordination and central support services form the foundation of the NFDI4Earth community effort (2Coordinate). On this support layer, all other task areas will build their services and offerings. It will support different implementation needs and will e.g. secure a reliable offer of virtual environments, ticket services and education platforms. This includes the OneStop4All and the USN (both in 2Facilitate) that facilitate the provision of RDM support. Establishing and maintaining all pathways (and more) is a key element of building the NFDI4Earth.

Major interactions between the NFDI4Earth task areas – their embedding via NFDI Commons and international networks is indicated by grey boxes.

Job Roster


19 Feb 2024 - 22 Feb 2024

High-Pressure Experimental Techniques and Applications to the Earth’s Interior

20 Feb 2024 - 21 Feb 2024

RDA DE Tagung 2024

21 Feb 2024

NFDI4Earth Academy Coffee lecture - Geo-INQUIRE

22 Feb 2024 - 23 Feb 2024

Green hydrogen: fueling just decarbonization or ‘greening’ extractivism?

26 Feb 2024 - 01 Mar 2024

2nd Weather and Society Conference 2024

28 Feb 2024

13. Deutscher Geologentag

29 Feb 2024

5. Anwendertreffen 3D-Geologie und GIS

29 Feb 2024 - 29 Feb 2024

GeoMonitoring 2024

01 Mar 2024

Workshop on "Text-as-data in Hydrology, Natural Hazards, and Climate Change Research"

05 Mar 2024 - 06 Mar 2024

deRSE23 - Conference for Research Software Engineering in Germany

We use cookies
Some of them are essential for the operation of the site, while others help us to improve this site and to show the Website content of our Twitter account. We have no control over these cookies as they are set by the social media platform themselve.