ENVRI-FAIR brings together the current ESFRI Roadmap Research Infrastructures and Landmarks from the cluster of Environmental Research Infrastructures, organised in the ENVRI community. Read about the different Research Infrastructure here.
The ENVRI-FAIR Research Infrastructures are represented in the Consortium either by ERICs (European Research Infrastructure Consortiums) or by the different organisations supporting the development of its Research Infrastructure.
ENVRI-FAIR Consortium has altogether 37 partners.
Main tasks in the project: FZJ coordinates the ENVRI-FAIR project and hosts the coordination and management team of the project in Juelich. FZJ contributes significantly to WP8 Implementation Atmospheric Subdomain and to the transversal work packages WP 4, 5, and 6.
Main tasks in the project:
CNRS contributes to the transversal work packages WP 3 as Leader, and to WP5 and WP7. CNRS contributes significantly to WP8 Implementation Atmospheric Subdomain as Co-leader and to WP10 Implementation Solid Earth Subdomain. More specifically,
- LA and OMP co-lead WP8, participate to WP3 and WP5 (IAGOS)
- IGE will be specifically involved in WP3 (co-lead)
- ICARE participates to WP5 and WP8 (ACTRIS)
- IPSL and LISA participates to WP8 (ACTRIS)
- IPGP participate to WP10 (EPOS)
INTEGRATED CARBON OBSERVATION SYSTEM - EUROPEAN RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE
CONSORTIUM (ICOS ERIC)
WP 2 Communication tools and strategies (lead), WP 4 FAIR Policy Development (co-lead), WP 5 Community standards and catalogue of services (lead), WP 6 Training and capacity building (ICOS lead through Lund University), WP 8 Implementation Atmospheric Subdomain, WP 9 Implementation Marine Subdomain, WP 11 Implementation Biodiversity / Ecosystem Subdomain (ICOS co-lead through CMCC).
ICOS leads WP5 through the ICOS Carbon Portal (CP) Director Alex Vermeulen and WP6 through Margareta Hellström from Lund University. Lund University contributes its expertise in working FAIR data service solutions to WP5 and WP7. Because CP is involved in all ICOS domains and acts as central data center, Lund University contributes to all relevant subdomain work packages: WP8, WP10 and WP11.
Co-leader of WP11 on the Implementation in the sudomain Biodiversity / Ecosystems.
University of Bergen is responsible for integrating the marine data of the RI ICOS and other relevant data covering the EOV Inorganic Carbon within WP9. UiB also contributes to the shared tasks within WP9 working towards interoperability.
The Euro-Argo ERIC coordinates with EMSO-ERIC the Marine Workpackage WP9 which objective is to enhance FAIRness of the ESFRI Marine Research Infrastructurs. The Euro-Argo ERIC works closely with IFREMER and UKRI(BODC) which operate the Argo Data Centers in Europe. It also contributes to the BEERI within the WP3 and to transverse WP4-5-6 as representative of the Euro-Argo ERIC.
Ifremer coordinates WP9 for marine research infrastructures collaboration. Ifremer is the major contributor to Euro-Argo Research Infrastructure in terms of data management. Ifremer is involved in EMSO data management activities. Ifremer is also a major contributor to SeaDataNet
infrastructure (the network of European National Ocean Data Centres).
EMSO ERIC is co-leader of WP9 for the collaboration of marine research infrastructures, task leader of Task 9.4 and task leader Task 3.4.
LifeWatch ERIC is coordinating WP 11 focusing on the implementation in the Biodiversity/Ecosystems subdomain and co-coordinating WP 6 on training.
NILU as a partner representing ACTRIS leads WP8 “Implementation ATMOSPHERIC Subdomain.” NILU also contributes to “WP5: Common requirements and testbed for (meta)data services, community standards and cataloguing” and “WP7: Common Implementation and support”
CNR co-leads WP5 and contributes significantly to the implementation work packages WP8 Atmosphere, WP10 Solid Earth and WP11 Biodiversity / Ecosystems.
FMI is involved in the majority of WP3 tasks. Sanna Sorvari co-leads WP3 (Collaboration and strategy for the community development and its internationalization) together with Paolo Laj (CNRS) and Anca Hienola (FMI).
UHEL brings expertise of RI management, open science issues and legal specifics of research infrastructures. The main contributions are in WP3 on strategic level RI development and landscape and on cluster collaboration with other INFRAEOSC-4 funded projects, on WP4 (co-lead) on the policy development, external project interaction and legal and IPR issues on ENVRI service policies.
INGV is co-coordinating the implementation work for the Solid Earth subdomain (WP10) and WP7 on Common Implementation and Support actions and contributes significantly to WP5 on community standards.
UKRI-BGS co-leads WP4, and contributes to WP5 and WP10. UKRI makes a significant contribution to the aspects of FAIR Data Policies (WP4) and the solid Earth subdomain implementation activities (WP10). UKRI-BGS also participates in the communication and dissemination tasks (WP2)
BRGM coordinates the implementation of FAIR elements within the EPOS ICS-C,so that subdomains interact with EOSC through it.
KNMI coordinates the implementation of FAIR roadmap in Seismology (Task 10.5).
EISCAT is contributing to WP8 on the implementation in the Atmosphere subdomain.
GEOECOMAR participates in specific tasks of the project as coordinators of DANUBIUS-PP.
INSB contributes significantly for DANUBIUS-RI to the implementation WP 11 in the subdomain Biodiversity / Ecosystems.
USTIR contributes significantly for DANUBIUS-RI to the implementation WP11 in the subdomain Biodiversity / Ecosystems.
CREA contributes significantly for AnaEE to the implementation WP 11 in the subdomain Biodiversity / Ecosystems.
INRA contributes to WP7 for semantically based tools and to WP11 for AnaEE and ICOS within the Biodiversity and Ecosystem subdomain.
SIOS contributes to the ENVRI-FAIR project through work in WP 8 and WP 11.
UvA leads the common implementation and support work package WP7, coordinating co-development of common FAIR data services with individual research infrastructures and providing knowledge infrastructure support for capturing the requirements and state of the art of environmental science research infrastructures. UvA also co-leads WP6 focusing on FAIR training
In ENVRI-FAIR, the TIB research group Knowledge Infrastructures builds on its expertise in FAIR Guiding Principles and Semantic Web Technologies, and works on customized consultation and support to RIs for FAIR data service co-design as well as further development of the ENVRI FAIR Knowledge Base. TIB
As a major contributor to SeaDataNet, MARIS contributes significantly to the implementation in the Marine subdomain in WP 9. Furthermore, MARIS also contributes to WP 5 on Common Standards.
As contributor to SeaDataNet, RBINS contributes significantly to the implementation in the Marine subdomain in WP 9. Furthermore, RBINS contributes to WP 4 on FAIR policies.
As contributor to SeaDataNet, OGS contributes significantly to the implementation in the Marine subdomain in WP 9.
As contributor to SeaDataNet, CSIC contributes significantly to the implementation in the Marine subdomain in WP 9.
EAA contributes primarily to WP5 and WP 7, where it contributes with its expertise regarding environmental data management, data analytical approaches, and networking. EAA also coordinates the contribution of eLTER (WP11). Throughout the project, EAA is an important interface to the pertinent European and international policy frameworks.
BioSense contributes with its expertise regarding environmental data management, data analytical approaches, and networking to WP 11.
CETAF participates in WP11 of the ENVRI-FAIR project in the development of the tasks assigned to the emerging RI DiSSCo, specifically Tasks T11.3 and T11.5, under the Biodiversity and Ecosystem subdomain.
NATURALIS participates in WP11 of the ENVRI-FAIR project in the development of the tasks assigned to the emerging RI DiSSCo., specifically Tasks T11.3 and T11.5, under the Biodiversity and Ecosystem subdomain.
SURFSARA supports WP5 by providing the link to EOSC-hub.