EML Project Members
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The EML project is an open source, community oriented project dedicated to providing a high-quality metadata specification for describing data relevant to the ecological discipline. The project is completely comprised of voluntary project members who donate their time and experience in order to advance information management for ecology. Project decisions are made by concensus according to the voting procedures described in the ecoinformatics.org Charter.

We welcome contributions to this work in any form. Individuals who invest substantial amounts of time and make valuable contributions to the development and maintenance of EML (in the opinion of current project members) will be invited to become EML project members according to the rules set forth in the ecoinformatics.org Charter. Contributions can take many forms, including the development of the EML schemas, writing documentation, and helping with maintenance, among others.

Write access to the EML source code repository is reserved for EML project members.

Chad Berkley NCEAS, UCSB berkley@ecoinformatics.org
David Blankman LTER-Israel/Ma'arag blankman@ecoinformatics.org
James Brunt LTER LNO, UNM brunt@ecoinformatics.org
Corinna Gries LTER CAP, ASU gries@ecoinformatics.org
Matthew Jones NCEAS, UCSB jones@ecoinformatics.org
Chris Jones PISCO, UCSB cjones@ecoinformatics.org
Margaret O'Brien LTER SBC obrien@ecoinformatics.org
Ken Ramsey LTER JRN, NMSU ramsey@ecoinformatics.org
Mark Schildhauer NCEAS, UCSB schild@ecoinformatics.org
Mark Servilla LTER LNO servilla@ecoinformatics.org

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