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About DOIs

The digital object identifier [DOI®] system provides an infrastructure for persistent unique identification of objects of any type.

DOI is an acronym for “digital object identifier”, meaning a “digital identifier of an object” rather than an “identifier of a digital object”. The DOI system was initiated by the International DOI Foundation in 1998, and initially developed with the collaboration of some participants in ISO/TC46/SC9. Due to its application in the fields of information and documentation and previous collaboration with some ISO/TC46/SC9 participants, it was introduced as a possible work item in 2004 and further developed from 2006 to 2010.

The DOI system is designed to work over the Internet. A DOI name is permanently assigned to an object to provide a resolvable persistent network link to current information about that object, including where the object, or information about it, can be found on the Internet. While information about an object can change over time, its DOI name will not change. A DOI name can be resolved within the DOI system to values of one or more types of data relating to the object identified by that DOI name, such as a URL, an e-mail address, other identifiers and descriptive metadata.

The DOI system enables the construction of automated services and transactions. Applications of the DOI system include but are not limited to managing information and documentation location and access; managing metadata; facilitating electronic transactions; persistent unique identification of any form of any data; and commercial and non-commercial transactions.

The content of an object associated with a DOI name is described unambiguously by DOI metadata, based on a structured extensible data model that enables the object to be associated with metadata of any desired degree of precision and granularity to support description and services. The data model supports interoperability between DOI applications.

The scope of the DOI system is not defined by reference to the type of content (format, etc.) of the referent, but by reference to the functionalities it provides and the context of use. The DOI system provides, within networks of DOI applications, for unique identification, persistence, resolution, metadata and semantic interoperability.

Adapted from the Handbook of the International DOI Foundation.

AIRSAR
Data TypeDOI
AirSAR_TOPSAR10.5067/F1SC87EFGT9U
ALOS PALSAR
Data TypeDOI
L1.0_PALSAR10.5067/J4JVCFDDPEW1
L1.1_PALSAR10.5067/PAFUZQHBZF3A
L1.5_PALSAR10.5067/NXY378J3DFZQ
PALSAR_Radiometric_Terrain_Corrected_low_res10.5067/JBYK3J6HFSVF
PALSAR_Radiometric_Terrain_Corrected_high_res10.5067/Z97HFCNKR6VA
ERS-1
Data TypeDOI
L0_ERS-110.5067/GKOFAHGFBETY
L1_ERS-110.5067/M7502I707TVZ
ERS-2
Data TypeDOI
L0_ERS-210.5067/4KVOYM7NQ19L
L1_ERS-210.5067/LTKR7EH03ZZL
JERS-1
Data TypeDOI
L0_JERS-110.5067/CRIS7FUD12QF
L1_JERS-110.5067/P882O8BV02R2
RADARSAT-1
Data TypeDOI
L0_RADARSAT-110.5067/GXBUNGIGEOO3
L1_RADARSAT-110.5067/KUIX1CRFDW44
RAMP
Data TypeDOI
Antarctic_Mosaics10.5067/HHK2QT3LQMEL
Sea Ice MEaSUREs
Data TypeDOI
Eulerian_Sea_Ice10.5067/JQHSWB5Y45AY
Lagrangian_Sea_Ice10.5067/SSMPINYI15UU
Sea_Ice_3DAY_GRID10.5067/GWQU7WKQZBO4
Seasat
Data TypeDOI
L1_Seasat10.5067/LZ2D3Z6BW3GH
SMAP
Data TypeDOI
SMAP_L1A_Radar10.5067/DM0U37IYZ6NK
SMAP_L1A_Radar_V210.5067/O383X9CEPGWV
SMAP_L1A_Radar_RO10.5067/STFA3C0ZSXNC
SMAP_L1B_S0_LoRes10.5067/NEWTOCOKVZHF
SMAP_L1B_S0_LoRes_V210.5067/J4SZZV52B88J
SMAP_L1B_S0_LoRes_V310.5067/UCZC0LUSSQ0I
SMAP_L1C_S0_HiRes10.5067/NVVUJ0MNG3PN
SMAP_L1C_S0_HiRes_V210.5067/CBUK530QAO9M
SMAP_L1C_S0_HiRes_V310.5067/E0QIAMXM89YY
UAVSAR
Data TypeDOI
UAVSAR_RPI10.5067/R0ARICRBAKYE
UAVSAR_POLSAR10.5067/7PEQV8SVR4DM
Wetlands MEaSUREs
Data TypeDOI
Inundated Wetlands10.5067/DW8W7KXBXCQ9
Surface WAter Microwave Product Series version 3.210.5067/SWAMPS3.2