Atmospheric Sciences Perspectives on Integrated, Coordinated, Open, Networked (ICON) Science


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jats:titleAbstract</jats:title>jats:pThis collaborative article discusses the opportunities and challenges of adopting integrated, coordinated, open, and networked (ICON) principles in atmospheric sciences. From the global nature of the atmosphere, there has always been a need for atmospheric science to be an ICON science. With the help of evolving technology, it is possible to go further in implementing and spreading the ICON principles for productive global collaboration. In particular, technology transfer and applications could be approached with reproducibility in mind, and data‐sharing infrastructure could enable easier and better international collaboration. There are, however, various challenges in following the ICON principles in the acquisition, quality control, and maintenance of data, and the publication of results in a systematic way. Moreover, the extent of such issues varies geographically and hence poses different challenges to implementing ICON principles. In this commentary article, we briefly state our perspectives on the state of ICON, challenges we have met, and future opportunities. Furthermore, we describe how atmospheric science researchers have benefited from these collaborative multi‐dimensional approaches that fulfill the core goal of ICON.</jats:p>

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Keywords
atmospheric sciences, integrated science, coordinated science, open science, networked science
Journal Title
Earth and Space Science
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Journal ISSN
2333-5084
2333-5084
Volume Title
9
Publisher
American Geophysical Union (AGU)