HDF News Bulletin

The HDF Group's Habermann Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

January 14, 2015

Champaign, IL -- Dr. Ted Habermann, Director of Earth Science at The HDF
Group, was recognized last week by the Federation for Earth Science Information
Partners (ESIP) in Washington D.C. with the Martha Maiden Lifetime Achievement
Award. The award acknowledges significant lifetime leadership, dedication and a
collaborative spirit in advancing the field of Earth Science information.

Dr. Habermann leads the Earth Science Division of The HDF Group. His team
supports NASA's Global Climate Change Research Project, which collects and
studies massive quantities of climate measurement data all over the world. Dr.
Habermann is recognized for his work in national and international standards
for documenting data across many processing systems and data centers so that
scientists, decision-makers, and the general public can understand and trust
data collected by U.S. Federal agencies and the academic community. He is also
widely recognized as an expert in data management and in architectures of
observing systems, data archives, and distribution systems.

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