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One of the critical problems in the curation of research data is the harmonization of its internal metadata schemata. The value of harmonizing such data is well illustrated by the Berkeley Earth project, which successfully integrated into one metadata schema the raw climate datasets from a wide variety geographical sources and time periods (250 years). Doing this enabled climate scientists to calculate a more accurate estimate of the recent changes in Earth's average land surface temperaturesdoi:10.2218/ijdc.v10i1.367 fatcat:esxdsntn6jcxvo3mflx5h3o3ym