EURO-BASIN Training ProgrammeTraining Workshop:

EURO-BASIN will make all resulting peer-reviewed publications freely available via open access. The initiative will boost visibility of the authors, use of the project`s research, and provide free access to stakeholders across all sectors (in collaboration with IFREMER, Fred Merceur & Morgane Le Gall).

 

Open Access for Global Climate Change Scientists 2011

Endorsed by:

EUR-OCEANS Consortium  IMBER   North Pacific Marine Science Organisation   Scientific Committee on Oceanic ResearchScientific Committee on Antarctic Research   Association for Polar Early Career Scientists

- Programme - Webcasts - Giveaway - And the winners are ... -

Date: 26th October 2011
Venue:
Online or at DTU-Aqua, Copenhagen
Organisers: Ivo Grigorov, Mikael Elbaek, Jeannette Ekstroem

Programme: details
Webcast: details
Fee-waiver giveaway: details
FACTSHEET on OA for Climate: download

DESCRIPTION: Should Global Climate Change-related, peer-reviewed research be published freely available to anyone? Can you, as an author, boost your citations impact by doing so?

Global Climate Change (GCC) research spans across a range of disciplines and can have profound implications for policy formulation and socio-economics. Despite that, only a fraction of the peer-reviewed research is freely available to stakeholders outside academia.

GCC scientists across disciplines are invited to learn how to make their peer reviewed research accessible to all stakeholders & society, by boosting their own visibility, use of their research, and gaining citations.

PROGRAMME:

13:00 - 14:30 SESSION: OPEN PEER-REVIEW

Denis-Didier Rousseau, CNRSDenis-Didier Rousseau, CNRS
Co-editor of Climate of the Past, European Geoscience Union Journal
(cancelled, presentation given by Ivo Grigorov)

Ivo Grigorov, DTU-AquaFunders position on OA & Funding for 'gold' OA publishing
Ivo Grigorov, DTU-Aqua & EURO-BASIN Project Officer

Mikael Elbaek, DTU Library
Publish with 'green' Open Access for free, NOW
Mikael Elbæk, DTU Library & FP7 OpenAIRE

15:00 - 16:30 SESSION: OPEN DATA

Hans Pfeiffenberger, AWIHow to turn spreadsheets into citable Data Publications
Hans Pfeiffenberger, AWI
Co-editor of the Earth System Science Data Journal

Hans Pfeiffenberger, AWISharing data = more citations
Heather Piwowar, DataONE Postdoc,
National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent, Uni. British Columbia)

IMBERIMBER Data Management Cookbook (video recording to be broadcast post-event)
Gwen Moncoiffé, British Oceanographic Data Center & IMBER Data Management

WEBCASTS:
Webcasts of the training will be published soon!

LIVE broadcast for Open Access for GCC Scientists 2011     

GIVEAWAY:

Registered participants can win a fee-waiver worth 700-1500 euros for either any Inter-Research journal (e.g. Marine Ecology Progress Series) or any European Geoscience Union journal (e.g. Biogeosciences). The fee-waiver would allow the owner to publish their next manuscript in those journals via open access for FREE (subject to standard peer-review procedure).

To enter the draw, just register to attend at the offical training website.

And the WINNERS are ...

Hans Pfeiffenberger, AWIAna Sofia Ferreira
PhD Student at DTU Aqua
wins a fee-waiver for Marine Ecology Progress Series (or any Inter-Research journal).

Ana Sofia is studing the links between phytoplankton blooms and north-east Atlantic fish recruitment, cascading effect and trophic interactions between phytoplankton, zooplankton, and fish larvae.

Hans Pfeiffenberger, AWIYongjin Xiao
PhD Student at Virginia Institute for Marine Science, USA
wins a fee-waiver for Marine Ecology Progress Series (or any Inter-Research journal)
for best student presentation at the MEECE Summer School in Ankara

Hans Pfeiffenberger, AWITosca Ballerini
Post-Doc at Old Dominion University, USA
wins a fee-waiver for Biogeosciences (or any European Geosciences Union journal)

 

CONGRATULATIONS !!!

And the WINNERS are ...

winners of the Open Access fee-waivers giveaway are:

Hans Pfeiffenberger, AWIAna Sofia Ferreira
PhD Student at DTU Aqua
wins a fee-waiver for Marine Ecology Progress Series (or any Inter-Research journal)

Hans Pfeiffenberger, AWIYongjin Xiao
PhD Student at Virginia Institute for Marine Science, USA, and

Hans Pfeiffenberger, AWITosca Ballerini
Post-Doc at Old Dominion University, USA
win each a fee-waiver for Biogeosciences (or any European Geosciences Union journal)

To participate in future Open Access trainings or keep in touch with developments, send an email to oa(at)euro-basin.eu or follow the Twitter stream on open access.

Open Access for Climate FactSheetDownload the FactSheet

How to measure H-index using Google Scholar: pdf

1. Quadsearch (i.e. the ‘Science’ search)

2. Scholar H-index Calculator
(add-on for the Mozilla Firefox browser, adds metrics to the standard Google Scholar site, easy to use
but only calculates for the articles on the current page, a maximum of 100)

3. Scholarometer
(add-on for the Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers – appears as a sidebar when installed)

4. Publish or Perish
(application that calculates a wide variety of metrics)

How to measure H-index using Web of Science: pdf

Research WorkPackages (WP) & Focus:

WP Focus Leader
WP1 Data Integration Un. Bremen
WP2 Carbon Pump NOC;CNRS-UBO
WP3 Key Species IMR;Un. Nordland
WP4 Trophic Flow HAFRO;Un.Swansea
WP5 Living Resources IFREMER; DTU
WP6 Basin-scale Modelling PML;CNRS-UBO
WP7 Bioeconomic Modelling PML;UEA;IRD
WP8 Ocean Management DTU;Un. Hamburg

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