Specialised Information Service
Geoscientifically specialized search engines
Electronic publishing of institutional literature not released in publishing houses as well as pre- and postprints of research articles.
Electronic publishing of research data associated with peer-reviewed research articles.
Digitisation on demand of literature and maps in the public domain, out of print, or on behalf of the publishing institutions or societies.
8. December 2020
As a kick-off event for another meeting in the second half of 2021, the Specialized Information Services FID GEO, FID...
26. November 2020
To connect unequivocally scientists with their research, the Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) has been established for some time. ...
24. November 2020
A new anthology is available in the repository of the FID GEO from the German Society for Earthquake Engineering and...
17. November 2020
Since the implementation of the Common Union Catalogue K10plus in March 2019, an import routine for metadata from the repository...
9. November 2020
As part of the series forschungsdaten.info live, FID GEO will provide information on the topics "Journal Data Policies, Copyright and...
3. September 2020
FID GEO has published a study about data policies of 31 journals from the geosciences and biodiversity research, which are...
3. July 2020
Small flexible pilot projects will integrate a broad community and innovative developments into NFDI4Earth - want to become a pilot?...
15. June 2020
For all of you who have not (yet) subscribed to the e-mail list "firstname.lastname@example.org" (registration: "Stay tuned") but are interested...
8. June 2020
The NFDI4Earth spokesperson, Lars Bernard, explained the next steps for the NFDI4Earth application in an e-mail yesterday, after the NFDI...
8. June 2020
On 27.5.2020 the specialised information services FID GEO und FID Karten presented their services during the online-conference #vBIB20. The presentation...
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