AubinBoisvert-MarshGarnierEtAl2020

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Aubin, I., Cardou, F., Boisvert-Marsh, L., Garnier, E., Strukelj, M., Munson, A.D. (2020) Managing data locally to answer questions globally: The role of collaborative science in ecology. Journal of Vegetation Science, 31(3):509-517. (URL )

Abstract

Ecologists are increasingly asking large-scale and/or broad-scope questions that require vast datasets. In response, various top-down efforts and incentives have been implemented to encourage data sharing and integration. However, despite general consensus on the critical need for more open ecological data, several roadblocks still discourage compliance and participation in these projects; as a result, ecological data remain largely unavailable. Grassroots initiatives (i.e. efforts initiated and led by cohesive groups of scientists focused on specific goals) have thus far been overlooked as a powerful means to meet these challenges. These bottom-up collaborative data integration projects can play a crucial role in making high quality datasets available because they tackle the heterogeneity of ecological data at a scale where it is still manageable, all the while offering the support and structure to do so. These initiatives foster best practices in data management and provide tangible rewards to researchers who choose to invest time in sound data stewardship. By maintaining proximity between data generators and data users, grassroots initiatives improve data interpretation and ensure high-quality data integration while providing fair acknowledgement to data generators. We encourage researchers to formalize existing collaborations and to engage in local activities that improve the availability and distribution of ecological data. By fostering communication and interaction among scientists, we are convinced that grassroots initiatives can significantly support the development of global-scale data repositories. In doing so, these projects help address important ecological questions and support policy decisions.

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@ARTICLE { AubinBoisvert-MarshGarnierEtAl2020,
    AUTHOR = { Aubin, I. and Cardou, F. and Boisvert-Marsh, L. and Garnier, E. and Strukelj, M. and Munson, A.D. },
    TITLE = { Managing data locally to answer questions globally: The role of collaborative science in ecology },
    JOURNAL = { Journal of Vegetation Science },
    YEAR = { 2020 },
    VOLUME = { 31 },
    NUMBER = { 3 },
    PAGES = { 509-517 },
    ABSTRACT = { Ecologists are increasingly asking large-scale and/or broad-scope questions that require vast datasets. In response, various top-down efforts and incentives have been implemented to encourage data sharing and integration. However, despite general consensus on the critical need for more open ecological data, several roadblocks still discourage compliance and participation in these projects; as a result, ecological data remain largely unavailable. Grassroots initiatives (i.e. efforts initiated and led by cohesive groups of scientists focused on specific goals) have thus far been overlooked as a powerful means to meet these challenges. These bottom-up collaborative data integration projects can play a crucial role in making high quality datasets available because they tackle the heterogeneity of ecological data at a scale where it is still manageable, all the while offering the support and structure to do so. These initiatives foster best practices in data management and provide tangible rewards to researchers who choose to invest time in sound data stewardship. By maintaining proximity between data generators and data users, grassroots initiatives improve data interpretation and ensure high-quality data integration while providing fair acknowledgement to data generators. We encourage researchers to formalize existing collaborations and to engage in local activities that improve the availability and distribution of ecological data. By fostering communication and interaction among scientists, we are convinced that grassroots initiatives can significantly support the development of global-scale data repositories. In doing so, these projects help address important ecological questions and support policy decisions. },
    DOI = { 10.1111/jvs.12864 },
    EPRINT = { https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/jvs.12864 },
    KEYWORDS = { data integration, data management, data sharing, ecoinformatics, ecological data },
    URL = { https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/jvs.12864 },
}

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