Transparency and reproducibility are fundamental to credible scientific research, and apply to all components of any research workflow including physical samples, sampling techniques, analytical practices, code,
data processing methods, etc. The common provenance specifications (e.g., W3C PROV, OPM, Provenir) provide a framework for formal description of the origin and derivation of any earth and space science assets. This session seeks papers describing applications
of the specifications in earth and space sciences, covering both the conventional application to data products and reports, but also applications to real things (e.g., instruments and physical samples) and chain of custody. Topics of interest are provenance
representation, storage and query, related tools, services and datasets, extensions/profiles of provenance standards, and use cases of provenance in Earth and space sciences.
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