Open Access for Climate Scientists 2011

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Open Access for Climate Scientists 2011

Time: October 26, 2011 from 8am to 5pm
Country: DTU-Aqua, Copenhagen
Street: Jaegersborg Allé 1
City/Town: Charlottenlund
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Phone: +45 21 31 63 74
Event Type: training, webinar
Organized By: Carina Anderberg, Mikael Elbaek & Ivo Grigorov
Latest Activity: Nov 3, 2011

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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 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.

For the third year running, GCC scientists from the natural, engineering and management 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.

WEBINAR SESSION is now open. Participants can win open access article fee-waivers, worth 700-1500 euros (see below).


Download the Open Access for Climate FactSheet


GIVEAWAY: register on this site (register in top right corner, & sign RSVP) & win fee waivers 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).

Email either or depending on which publishing house you are interested in. Winners will be announced 28th October 2011.


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