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Contributor(s): Mayernik, Matthew S | Daniels, Michael D | Dattore, Bob | Davis, Ethan | Ginger, Kathryn M | Kelly, Karon M | Marlino, Mary R | Middleton, Don | Phillips, Jennifer | Strand, Gary | Williams, Steven F | Worley, Steven | Wright, Michael J | National Center for Atmospheric Research (U.S.). NCAR Library.
Series: NCAR technical note ; NCAR/TN-492+STR. Publisher: Boulder, Colo. : National Center for Atmospheric Research, 2012ISSN: 2153-2397; 2153-2400.Subject(s): Research data | Data management | Data archiving | Digital Object Identifier | DOIOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Federal agencies, professional societies, and research organizations in the geo-sciences are moving towards requiring researchers to formally cite data that led to a given research result. This trend promotes transparency in research by offering a direct pathway to the data so the research can be validated or easily carried forward from a known starting point. Such “data citations” also raise the profile of data, that is, they promote data as being as valued and rewarded in scientific settings as peer-reviewed publications. This paper is the product of an inter-divisional working group created to study, promote, and implement citations to NCAR/UCP digital resources. The paper describes how citations to NCAR/UCP digital resources could make our research products more accessible, and provides a number of recommendations for creating citations and assigning web-accessible identifiers to digital resources.
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2012-11

Federal agencies, professional societies, and research organizations in the geo-sciences are moving towards requiring researchers to formally cite data that led to a given research result. This trend promotes transparency in research by offering a direct pathway to the data so the research can be validated or easily carried forward from a known starting point. Such “data citations” also raise the profile of data, that is, they promote data as being as valued and rewarded in scientific settings as peer-reviewed publications. This paper is the product of an inter-divisional working group created to study, promote, and implement citations to NCAR/UCP digital resources. The paper describes how citations to NCAR/UCP digital resources could make our research products more accessible, and provides a number of recommendations for creating citations and assigning web-accessible identifiers to digital resources.

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