What does GRIIDC consider a national data repository?

What does GRIIDC consider a national data repository?

In general, a GRIIDC approved national data repository should have the following:
1. Data should have a home page
2. Data should not need a query or search to be found
3. Center should receive funding from a federal source
4. Center should have a long-term commitment to data sharing and storage

GRIIDC has determined that the following repositories are considered approved national data repositories:

1. National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI)
2. HYCOM Consortium for Data Assimilative Modeling
3. MG-RAST
4. NOAA's National Center for Environmental Information (NCEI)
5. ICPSR
6. US EPA Storet
7. DOE Integrated Microbial Genomes (IMG)
8. NASA's SeaBASS
9. European Nucleotide Archive Sequence Read Archive
10. NOAA's National Data Buoy Center
11. MassIVE
12. USGS Science Base
13. Zenodo
14. Knowledge Network for Biocomplexity
15. National Institutes of Health

If your data are located at a repository that is not on this list, please contact griidc@gomri.org to determine if it is considered a national data repository.