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Open Access for Earth & Climate Scientists

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Open Access for Earth & Climate Scientists

Time: October 20, 2010 at 2pm to October 21, 2010 at 6pm
Country: Brest, France & globally online
Street: Place Copernic
City/Town: Plouzane
Website or Map:…
Phone: +4521316374
Event Type: training, webinars
Organized By: Ivo Grigorov (CNRS), Catherine Bertignac (UBO), Dominique Gac (UBO))
Latest Activity: Oct 26, 2011

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Event Description

The training aims to make climate-related research & data more transparent and accessible to society & stakeholders.

Our strategy is to focus on the real open access carrots for authors: visibility, use of research, and more citations.


Take part in 2011 !

Click to win fee-waivers for the Copernicus and Inter-Research journals & publish future peer-reviewed articles in OPEN ACCESS format for FREE !


20 Oct 2010
14.00 What is OPEN ACCESS?
14.30 Evidence from the SOAP Project (Study of Open Access Publishing)
S. Ruiz & S. Dallmeier Tiessen, CERN (via videolink)

15.30 OA metrics and the OA Advantage
Stevan Harnad, Un.Montreal (via videolink)

16.00 GREEN or Self-archiving open access
Catherine Bertignac, UBO

21 Oct 2010
14.30 GOLD open access
Morgane Le Gall, IFREMER

15.00 Denis-Didier Rousseau is replaced by
Citations for data-only peer-review publications
Hans Pfeiffenberger, Editor of Earth System Science Data Journal

16.00 Open Access in the European Research Area
Jean-Francois Dechamp, European Commission (via videolink)

17.00 Close


The Otto Kinne Foundation (OKF)

Copernicus Publishing


Ecole Doctorale IUEM, Brest

EUR-OCEANS Consortium

Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research, SCOR

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