Open Science

We have found that the research that we conduct has necessitated the increased use of many open science approaches. In addition, we very much value the principles of open science and the benefit they are to improving science outcomes and quality. We participate in open science by making many of our research products, such as data, code, and publications available in publicly accessible venues. We also write about open science.

Example publications and blog posts related to open science

Soranno, P.A. 2017. Why Should Societies Embrace Open Access? An Editor’s Perspective. October 24, 2017. Wiley Network.

Soranno, P.A., E.G. Bissell, K.S. Cheruvelil, S.T. Christel, S.M. Collins, C.E. Fergus, C.T. Filstrup, J.F. Lapierre, N.R. Lottig, S.K. Oliver, C.E. Scott, N.J. Smith, S. Stopyak, S. Yuan, M.T. Bremigan, J.A. Downing, C. Gries, E.N. Henry, N.K. Skaff, E.H. Stanley, C.A. Stow, P.-N. Tan, T. Wagner, K.E. Webster. 2015. Building a multi-scaled geospatial temporal ecology database from disparate data sources: Fostering open science and data reuse. GigaScience 4:28 doi:10.1186/s13742-015-0067-4. Open access

Soranno, P.A., K.S. Cheruvelil, K.C. Elliott, and G.M. Montgomery. 2015. It’s good to share: Why environmental scientists’ ethics are out of date. BioScience 65(1):69-73. doi:10.1093/biosci/biu169. Open access



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