There are a few ways to stay in touch with POLDER and our development. Please jump on board.
If you have any questions about POLDER and how to get involved, please email our friendly co-chairs.
- Chantelle Verhey, World Data System International Technology Office (cverhey [at] oceannetworks.ca)
- Taco de Bruin, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (taco.de.bruin [at] nioz.nl)
- Amos Hayes, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre, Carleton University (ahayes [at] gcrc.carleton.ca)
Join the POLDER Mailing List
Our mailing list is hosted by SOOS, so please subscribe to SOOS and select POLDER as your Working Group. Then you'll be in the loop for meeting invitations and product announcements.
Follow the POLDER Github Repository
We have a repo on Github where you can follow the development of the POLDER Polar Data Search tool, best practices documentation, and how to reproduce the Polar Data Search for your own domain community!
Please subscribe to follow and contribute to our progress.