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Open Science in Ecology

Mission statement

Advance open ecological research, by teaming up with people contributing software or tool to ease the dissemination of results and research outputs

Advise people and institutions on how to develop best openness practices, and provide training with the necessary tools

Advocate more openness in the way scientists and institutions handle data and research outputs, especially in the context of policy making

Who we are

Note: This is a temporary list of the people that have currently accepted to be part of the working group

  • Tim Poisot, postdoc, University of Canterbury, School of Biological Sciences, Christchurch, New Zealand
  • Carl Boettiger, post-doc, UC Santa Cruz
  • Amye Kenall, Open Data and Source Code, BioMed Central
  • Ethan White, quantitative macro-ecologist
  • Christie Bahlai, research associate @ Michigan State, practical data manager
  • Naupaka Zimmerman, postdoc, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
  • Rachel White, Lecturer in Ecology & Conservation, University of Brighton
  • Jonathan Tonkin, postdoc, Senckenberg Research Institute and Natural History Museum
  • Peter Sogaard Jorgensen, researcher at Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate, University of Copenhagen
  • Sarah Supp,
  • Kara Woo, information manager, National Center for Ecological Analysis & Synthesis, UCSB
  • Tracy Teal,
  • David Elliott, postdoc, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

What are our favorite open science tools?

You can read about them here: OpenScienceTop3


Meeting 1 - Oct 23, 2pm EST OpSciMeet1

What we do

The Case for Open Preprints in Ecology


INNGE wiki

How to get involved

At the moment, the working group is just getting started. In the future, we will keep this page updated with a list of our current projects, and anyone will be welcome contribute. Meanwhile, if you want to join the working group, please get in touch with TimPoisot.