26 Nov

The Author Identifier ORCID now available in GEO-LEOe-docs

To connect unequivocally scientists with their research, the Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) has been established for some time.  Despite that the current repository software DSpace of the GEO-LEOe-docs repository does not yet fully support the use of the ORCID, a way of integration was found. The service of displaying the ORCID with the author’s name is now available for all at the GEO-LEOe-docs repository. If you want to supplement your ORCID, please email us. During the insertion of new entries to the repository, the ORCID can now be added in the input mask.

24 Nov

Contributions to the 5th International Colloquium on Historical Earthquakes published on GEO-LEOe-docs

A new anthology is available in the repository of the FID GEO from the German Society for Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics (DGEB). The electronic primary publication by the editor Dr. Diethelm Kaiser is published as volume 18 of the DGEB publications and results from contributions of the 5th International Colloquium “Historical Earthquakes, Paleoseismology, Neotectonics, and Seismic Hazard” (2017) in Hannover.  Like all contributions on GEO-LEOe-docs, the PDF can be accessed directly via the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) link.

17 Nov

Automated data import from the repository (https://e-docs.geo-leo.de) into the K10plus- Catalogue

Since the implementation of the Common Union Catalogue K10plus in March 2019, an import routine for metadata from the repository into the Union Catalogue has been developed. In cooperation with the Head Office of the library cooperation ‘Gemeinsamer Bibliotheksverbund’ (VZG), the implementations were realized, using the example of the Geological Maps 1:25,000

After extensive programming and substantial tests to generate a catalog syntax that complies with the rules, the content of GEO-LEOe-docs is now visible in the production system K10plus and subsequent reference systems. An automated import routine for new publications in the repository was successfully implemented and since the beginning of November, the metadata of all 458 digitized map sheets in the repository are now included in the catalog.