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Environmental Information: Research, Access and Environmental Decisionmaking
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537 Reviews however, the editors missed an opportunity to counterbalance the excellent introductory chapters with an epilogue. Digital Preservation Metadata for Practitioners is a practical guide to selecting, using, and managing metadata vital to the long-term preservation of digital objects. In the past thirteen years since the Data Dictionary was first released, PREMIS has become the de facto standard for preservation metadata, thanks in large part to the work of the editors of this book.doi:10.17723/0360-9081-81.2.537 fatcat:3ceppjkhonhxfbqem67ec3v344