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Content Metadata Standards for Marine Science: A Case Study

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Content Metadata Standards for Marine Science: A Case Study; 2004; OFR; 2004-1002; Riall, Rebecca L.; Marincioni, Fausto; Lightsom, Frances L.

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The U.S. Geological Survey developed a content metadata standard to meet the demands of organizing electronic resources in the marine sciences for a broad, heterogeneous audience. These metadata standards are used by the Marine Realms Information Bank project, a Web-based public distributed library of marine science from academic institutions and government agencies. The development and deployment of this metadata standard serve as a model, complete with lessons about mistakes, for the creation of similarly specialized metadata standards for digital libraries.

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