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**The Enabling FAIR Data project is open to all. **TO JOIN THE PROJECT**: Please email Shelley Stall (SStall[at] or Lynn Yarmey (yarmel[at]** The Enabling FAIR Data Project is made possible by a generous award from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation. Project partners include: - Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) - Research Data Alliance (RDA) - Science - Nature Research - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) - Center for Open Science (COS) - National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) of Australia - AuScope - Australian National Data Service (ANDS) - Coalition on Publishing Data in Earth and Space Sciences (COPDESS) **Project Objectives** - Earth and Space science publications have supporting data and derived products in the form of citations, with deposited digital objects in open access repositories and with metadata that supports discovery, interlinking, and interoperability. - Documentation (metadata) included with submitted datasets and derived products to ensure the data are findable, accessible, interoperable (across repositories and publishers), and reusable – supporting the FAIR principles. - Repositories support data citation through the use of persistent identifiers, landing pages, and machine-readable metadata. - Leading publishers and repositories implement the recommendations and guidelines. - Researchers have a similar experience when submitting their paper and supporting data (and software/services) no matter the journal. Further information -
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