JpGU is characterized by international partnerships. JpGU entered in MoU with American Geophysics Union AGU, European Geosciences Union EGU, and Asia Oceania Geosciences Society AOGS.
Scholarly publication is a key high-value entry point in making data available. Majority of data submitted along with publications are in formats and forms of storage that make discovery and reuse difficult or impossible. Domain repositories provide quality and standards, enriching and organizing data from multiple sources to facilitate new discoveries. Connection between publishers and domain repositories is essential to promulgate best practices.
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Slides by Y. Murayama at Earth & Planetary Sscience session at JOSS2018
WDS International Programme Office Hosted by
Based in Tokyo, Japan
•Japan Geoscience Union (JpGU)
•American Geophysics Union (AGU)
•European Geosciences Union (EGU)
•Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS)
Example of regional domain science communities
• JpGU has MOUs with AGU (200?), EGU (2007), and
• Bottom-up process: to make community consensus and community
actions by promoting mutual understanding of Open Science and union
EGU Division ESSI (Earth & Space Science Informatics)
Methods and Data
– Geoscientific Model
• EGU General Assembly
– 22 セッション (2017)
May 23, 2017 JpGU 2017: Toward Open and Beyond (K.Lehnert & B. Hanson) 6
COPDESS connects Earth & space science publishers and
data facilities to help translate the aspirations of open,
available, and useful data from policy into practice.
AGU理事 K.Lehnert 氏
COPDESS Statement of
■ Promulgate metadata information and domain standards.
■ Promote referencing of data sets using the Joint Declaration of Data
■ Include in research papers concise statements about data location
■ Promote education of researchers in data management; organize and
develop training and educational tools and resources
■ Develop workflows within the repositories that support the peer
review process (for example, embargo periods with secure access)
and within the editorial management systems that will ease transfer
of data to repositories.
■ Promote use of Persistent Identifiers (ORCID, IGSN, FundRef).
May 23, 2017 JpGU 2017: Toward Open and Beyond (K.Lehnert & B. Hanson) 7
[K. Lehnert, 2017]
Gaborone, Botswana: 5-8 November 2018
Conferences in IDW
• SciDataCon 2018 (WDS+CODATA Intl. Conference)
• Research Data Alliance
The Digital Frontiers of Global Science