Digital data, software and samples are key inputs that underpin research and ultimately scholarly publications, and there are increasing expectations from policy makers and funders that they will be Open and FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable). Open, accessible, high-quality data, software and samples are critical to ensure the integrity of published research and to facilitate reuse of these inputs in future scientific efforts.

Currently, most research inputs have limited accessibility and persistence. Many journals accept data and software as part of supplementary information with little documentation; some journals accept contacting the author for access with few successful requests; and many samples underpinning key research papers are inaccessible and not well described. Given the diverse requirements of the Solid Earth and Environmental community, most repositories struggle to make artifacts of research and communications Open and FAIR.

An inclusive, integrated approach to Open and FAIR is now required from data/sample/software repositories, whilst publishers and funders need to provide consistent policies, standards and guidelines: the research community could also better share tools and techniques. This session solicits papers from repositories, publishers, funders, researchers, policy makers and anyone who is trying to establish components of an integrated, Open and FAIR research ecosystem.

Convener: Florian Haslinger | Co-conveners: Ari Asmi, Helen Glaves, Shelley Stall, Lesley Wyborn
| Fri, 12 Apr, 10:45–12:30, 14:00–15:45
Room 0.96
| Attendance Fri, 12 Apr, 08:30–10:15
Hall X1

Attendance time: Friday, 12 April 2019, 08:30–10:15 | Hall X1

X1.38 |
Sigurdur Jakobsson and Pall Einarsson
X1.40 |
| presentation
Doris Maicher, Felix Mittermayer, Pina Springer, and Jörg Süling
X1.41 |
Knut Behrends, Ronald Conze, Tanja Hörner, Odai Alali, Ralph Reckert, and Henning Lorenz
X1.42 |
Kristopher Larsen, Chris Pankratz, James Craft, Kim Kokkonen, and Julie Barnum
X1.43 |
Marc Schaming, Alice Fremand, Nicolas Cuenot, Eléonore Dalmais, Jean-François Girard, Clément Grellier, Marc Grunberg, and Jean Schmittbuhl
X1.44 |
Damian Ulbricht, Kirsten Elger, and Boris Radosavljevic
X1.45 |
Tomasz Werner, Dorota Olszewska, Beata Górka-Kostrubiec, Grzegorz Lizurek, Waldemar Jóźwiak, Jan Kryński, Wojciech Czuba, Witold Rohm, Andrzej Araszkiewicz, Grzegorz Mutke, Mariusz Sterzel, Tomasz Szepieniec, and Dariusz Wójcik
X1.46 |
Jean-Luc Menut, Paul Crocker, Jan Douša, Carine Bruyninx, Machiel Bos, Mathilde Vergnolle, Rui Fernandes, Benedikt Ófeigsson, Petr Bezděka, Rui Cardoso, Rafael Couto, Andras Fabian, Juliette Legrand, Khai-Minh Ngo, Tim Sonneman, and Pavel Vaclavovic and the EPOS-GNSS Team
X1.47 |
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Roberto Vallone, Roberto Basili, Michele Matteo Cosimo Carafa, Vanja Kastelic, Francesco Emanuele Maesano, Gabriele Tarabusi, and Mara Monica Tiberti
X1.48 |
Ilmo Salmenperä, Tommi Vuorinen, and Jari Kortström
X1.49 |
Mathilde Vergnolle, Jean-Luc Menut, Khai-Minh Ngo, Maurin Vidal, and Lucie Rolland and the EPOS GNSS team
X1.50 |
Luca Trani, Massimo Fares, João Paulo Pereira Zanetti, Javier Quinteros, and Nikolaos Triantafyllis