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  • in reply to: Session 2 #7376
    timhirsch
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    Certainly the systems currently in place through GBIF to ensure transparency and attribution for research use of data shared under open licence from multiple sources and from many countries (e.g. through DOI citations) could be part of the model for governance of DSI – and this approach is among the policy options currently under discussion through the CBD consultations on this issue.

    in reply to: Session 2 #7333
    timhirsch
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    Janny: GBIF only accepts data from registered data publishers which can be institutions or networks endorsed through the process described at https://www.gbif.org/become-a-publisher . However, options include either sharing observations through iNaturalist whose research-grade records are automatically harvested by GBIF, or publishing a data paper e.g. through Pensoft’s Biodiversity Data Journal in which case the underlying data will be shared with GBIF through the journal’s own platform. I would be happy to elaborate on this through direct email contact thirsch@gbif.org.

    in reply to: Session 2 #7290
    timhirsch
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    This question was answered orally during the session

    in reply to: Session 2 #7285
    timhirsch
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    This was answered live during the session

    in reply to: Session 2 #7281
    timhirsch
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    This was answered orally during the session

    in reply to: Session 2 #7280
    timhirsch
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    Josue: for primary data relating to species occurrences, the best option is probably share data through GBIF – depending on your home country this can either be through a national GBIF node or you can register directly as a GBIF data publisher, using this link https://www.gbif.org/become-a-publisher . If you would like to follow up, please feel free to contact me directly at thirsch@gbif.org.

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