Cugir


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Cugir

 

a city in central Rumania, in the district of Alba. Population, 20,900 (1970). Its industries include mechanical engineering, sawmilling, and food processing. Manufactures are sewing and washing machines, bicycles, and attachments for machine tools.

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Through partnerships with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Soil Information Systems Laboratory at Cornell, CUGIR provides over 3,000 data files that can be downloaded without cost or use restrictions.
The data in CUGIR has been pulled together from a wide variety of sources, including government databases not previously available to the public, according to Philip Herold, information services coordinator for Mann Library.
The article concludes with a description of the process of developing a data management policy for the Cornell University Geospatial Information Repository (CUGIR).
A complete treatment of all the potential elements of a data-sharing policy or agreement is beyond the scope of this article; hence, following a brief overview of the elements listed in Table 2, this discussion will focus on those topics in which libraries have particular strengths and where CUGIR has significant experience: data management and collection development policies, including some issues related to the management of security concerns with respect to geospatial data.