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Effects of Copper Sulfate Toxicity on Multiple Phytoplankton and Animals in Standardized Aquatic Microcosms
Taub, F.B. 2022.
The data published in this featured data package were obtained from a study funded by the Food and Drug Administration (1983-1986) to determine if ecosystems could be used to regulate chemicals. The work on this topic was published in several peer-reviewed articles that have been added as journal citations to the data package landing page in the EDI data repository. At the time of publishing this work, the practice of data publishing was not yet established. Publishing the data now ensures that they are preserved and available for re-use in continuing or future studies.
Audit Service Regression Causes EDI Data Portal System Errors
Starting on Tuesday 10 May 2022, the PASTA Audit Service began experiencing unexpected system shut downs that resulted in user errors when attempting to access data packages from the EDI Data...Continue reading
2022 Data Management Fellowship Program
We have awarded 15 fellowships for our ecological data management training program for this summer. The Fellows will receive training in ecological data management and gain hands-on experience...Continue reading
New EDI Website
We are excited to announce the release of our new website at https://edirepository.org. This website comes with improved support for EDI users, along with an abundance of documentation for the...Continue reading