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Site-Based Data Curation (SBDC) is an approach to managing research data that prioritizes sharing and reuse of data collected at scientifically significant sites. The SBDC framework is based on geobiology research at natural hot spring sites in Yellowstone National Park as an exemplar case of high value field data in contemporary, cross-disciplinary earth systems science. Through stakeholder analysis and investigation of data artifacts, we determined that meaningful and valid reuse of digitaldoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0172090 pmid:28253269 pmcid:PMC5333826 fatcat:p5g6qgwo7nbxha6x2cfs4jic3a