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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop Appendixes

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop A International Workshop on Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data International Conference Room Century Golden Resources Hotel Beijing, China June 22-24, 2004 AGENDA* Tuesday, 22 June Session 1: Opening Remarks Co-Chairs:   ZHANG Xian’en, Director General, Department of Basic Research, Ministry of Science and Technology of China Shuichi IWATA, President, CODATA and Professor, University of Tokyo, Japan 9:00 Welcoming Remarks by Workshop Co-Chairs CHENG Jinpei, Vice President, Ministry of Science and Technology of China Roberta BALSTAD MILLER, Chair, U.S. National Committee for CODATA and Director, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Columbia University, United States * The workshop agenda presented Chinese names with family names first and in capital letters, and given names second.

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop 9:15 Workshop Objectives William ANDERSON, Principal, Praxis101 and Co-Chair, CODATA Task Group on Preservation of and Access to S&T Data in Developing Countries 9:30 Keynote Address—Strategies of China Scientific Data Sharing CHENG Jinpei, Vice President, Ministry of Science and Technology of China Rapporteurs:   FU Xiaofeng, Director, Information Division, Administrative Center for China’s Agenda 21 and Member, CODATA Task Group on Preservation of and Access to S&T Data in Developing Countries Steve ROSSOUW, Member, CODATA Executive Committee 10:00 Break and Pictures Session 2: Overview of Thematic Areas in China Co-Chairs:   CHENG Jinpei, Vice Minister, Ministry of Science and Technology of China Michael CLEGG, Foreign Secretary, National Academy of Sciences, United States 10:30 The Chinese National Committee for CODATA: Its Mission and Future XU Zhihong, Representative of the Chinese National Committee for CODATA 10:50 China’s Scientific Data Sharing Program (China-SDSP) ZHANG Xian’en, Director General of Department of Basic Research, Ministry of Science and Technology of China 11:20 Progress and Perspectives of Climate Data Sharing of China QIN Dahe, President, China Meteorological Administration

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop 11:45 The Management and Sharing System for Scientific Data in Medicine LIU Depei, President, Chinese Academy of Medicine, and Vice President, Chinese Academy of Engineering 12:10 The Mechanism for and Management of the National S&T Library of China HU Qiheng, Vice President, Chinese Association of Science and Technology of China Rapporteurs:   XU Feng, National Information Center of China John WILLINSKY, Professor, University of British Columbia, Canada 12:10 Lunch Session 3: International Perspectives on Preservation of and Open Access to Public Scientific Information Co-Chairs:   SUN Honglie, Vice President of CODATA, Chinese Academy of Sciences Roberta BALSTAD MILLER, Chair, U.S. National Committee for CODATA and Director, CIESIN, Columbia University, United States 13:30 Trends in Development of International Scientific Data and Information Yasuyuki AOSHIMA, Director, Beijing Office, United Nations Scientific, Educational, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) 13:45 Towards International Guidelines for Access to Research Data from Public Funding Peter SCHRÖDER, Ministry of Education, Culture, and Science, The Netherlands 14:00 International Perspectives on Data and Information for Science

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop   Carthage SMITH, Deputy Executive Director, International Council for Science (ICSU) 14:15 Initiatives on Promoting Access to Scientific Information Michael CLEGG, Inter-Academy Panel (IAP) Member and Foreign Secretary, National Academy of Sciences, United States 14:30 General Discussion 15:00 Break Rapporteurs:   WANG Zhengxing, Deputy Director, Global Change Information and Research Center, Institute of Geography and Natural Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences Pippa SMART, Head of Publications, Publishing Initiatives, and Publishing Training, International Network for the Availability of Scientific Information (INASP), United Kingdom Session 4: Policy and Management Co-Chairs:   SUN Shu, Director, Department of Earth Sciences and Director, Expert Committee of China Scientific Data Sharing Project, Chinese Academy of Sciences Theodore Carl BERGSTROM, Professor, University of California at Santa Barbara, United States Policy and Legal Issues 15:20 Borders in Cyberspace: Maximizing Social and Economic Benefit from Public Investment in Data Peter WEISS, J.D., U.S. National Weather Service 15:45 Reflections on the Legislation for National Scientific Data Sharing ZHANG Jing’an, Director General, Department of Policy, Regulation, and Reform, Ministry of Science and Technology of China

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop Institutional and Management Issues 16:00 Managing the Impacts of Change on Archiving Research Data Raymond McCORD, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States Local and Regional Issues 16:20 Local and Regional Earth System Science Applications and Associated Infrastructure: The Mid-Atlantic Geospatial Information Consortium Menas KAFATOS, Professor, George Mason University, United States 16:40 Digital Fujian   WANG Qinmin, Vice Chairman, Fujian Political Consultative and Director, Department of Science and Technology, Fujian Province, China 17:00 The Role of the CODATA Task Group on Preservation of and Access to S&T Data in Developing Countries LIU Chuang, Co-Chair, CODATA Task Group on Preservation of and Access to of S&T Data in Developing Countries Rapporteurs:   YIN Ling, The PLA General Hospital, China Carthage SMITH, Deputy Director, ICSU 17:20 Preparation for Day Two and Announcements 17:30 Adjourn 18:10 Reception and Dinner Wednesday, 23 June 8:30-12:15 Individual Presentations and Panel Discussions

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop Session 5: Breakout Panel Discussions on Cross-Disciplinary Issues 5-1: Policy and Legal Issues Co-Chairs:   • CHEN Jun, Director, Basic Geographical Information Center of China • Peter SCHRÖDER, Ministry of Education, Culture, and Science, The Netherlands Panelists: Maximizing Social and Economic Benefit from Public Investment in Data   Peter WEISS, J.D., U.S. National Weather Service Progress and Policy Issues on Geo-Spatial Framework of Digital China   CHEN Jun, Director, Basic Geographical Information Center of China Global Trends to Restrict Access to Data from Government-Funded Research   Jerome REICHMAN, Duke Law School, United States, and Paul UHLIR, U.S. National Academies Data Sharing Policy of Chinese Ecosystem Research Network   CHEN Panqin, HUANG Tieqing, Deputy Director, Department of Natural Resources and Environment Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences On Government Information Resources Sharing   ZENG Lan, LI Jun, National Macro Economic Research Institute Balancing the General Public Interests and Copyright in Scientific Information Management   John WILLINSKY, University of British Columbia, Canada Comparative Study on Strategy and Policy for Open Access to Scientific Data Among the United States, European Union, and China   LIU Chuang, Professor, Institute of Geography and Natural Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop Rapporteur   Paul UHLIR, J.D., U.S. National Academies 12:25 Lunch 5-2: Institutional and Economic Issues Co-Chairs:   XIAO Yun, Secretary General, Chinese National Committee for CODATA Dora Ann CANHOS, Centro de Referência en Informação Ambiental (CRIA), Campinas, Brazil and Member, CODATA Archiving Task Group Panelists: Data Sharing Policy of the National Institutes of Health Belinda SETO, Deputy Director, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, National Institutes of Health, United States Data Sharing in Scientific Databases of the Chinese Academy of Sciences XIAO Yun, Secretary General, Chinese National Committee for CODATA Operating a Twenty-First-Century Data Center Roberta BALSTAD MILLER, Director, CIESIN, Columbia University, United States WDC for Renewable Resources and Environment LIAO Shunbao, Associate Professor, Global Change Information and Research Center, Institute of Geography and Natural Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences The Peculiar Economics of Scientific Information Theodore Carl BERGSTROM, Professor, University of California at Santa Barbara, United States Rapporteur:   Henda van der BERG, National Research Foundation, South Africa

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop 5-3: Management and Technical Issues Co-Chairs:   LI Yixue, Director of Shanghai Biomedical Center Lulama MAKHUBELA, Research & Development Directorate, National Development Agency, South Africa Panelists: Information Infrastructure for Life Science Studies in Shanghai LI Yixue, Director, Shanghai Biomedical Center Managing the Impacts of Programmatic Scale and Enhancing Incentives for Data Archiving Raymond McCORD, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States Involving the Private Sector in the Environmental Enterprise Anne LINN, Director, Committee on Geophysical and Environmental Data, U.S. National Academies Earth Science Data and Information Management in Western China SUN Chengquan, Director, Information Center for Natural Resources and Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences Data Integration and Management: A PDB Perspective FENG Zukang, Protein Data Bank, United States Launching a New Open-Access Journal Helen DOYLE, Director, Development & Strategic Alliances, Public Library of Science, United States Rapporteur:   William ANDERSON, Praxis101, United States Session 6: Summaries of Cross-Disciplinary Issues and Discussion Co-Chairs:   GUO Huadong, Associate Secretary General and Director, Department of International Cooperation, Chinese Academy of Sciences

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop   Khudulmur SODOV, Director, Information and Computer Center, National Remote Sensing Center, Mongolia 13:30 Cross-Disciplinary Rapporteur Reports Policy and Legal Issues Paul UHLIR, J.D., U.S. National Academies Institutional and Economic Issues XIAO Yun, Secretary General, Chinese National Committee for CODATA Management and Technical Issues LI Yixue, Director, Shanghai Biomedical Center, China 14:15 General Discussion of Cross-Disciplinary Issues 15:00 Break 15:30 The Future Role of CODATA Prof. Shuichi IWATA, University of Tokyo, and President, CODATA 16:00 Open Journal Systems: A Live Demonstration of Open-Source Journal Management Software John WILLINSKY, University of British Columbia, Canada 16:45 Summary Remarks SUN Honglie, Vice President, CODATA Rapporteurs:   LI Zengyuan, Deputy Director, Institute of Natural Resources Information, Chinese Academy of Forestry Julie ESANU, Office of International S&T Information Program, U.S. National Academies 16:55 Preparation for Day Three and Announcements 17:00 Adjourn

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop Thursday, 24 June Session 7: Breakout Panel Discussions on Thematic Issues 9:00-12:00 Locations Individual Presentations and Panel Discussions at Separate 7-1: Life Sciences and Public Health Data Location: Chinese PLA General Hospital Co-Chairs:   YIN Ling, Director, Neuroinformatics Center, Chinese PLA General Hospital Vishwas CHAVAN, National Chemical Laboratory, India 9:00 A Contractually Reconstructed Research Commons for Scientific Data in a Highly Protectionist Intellectual Property Environment Jerome REICHMAN, Duke Law School, United States and Paul UHLIR, U.S. National Academies 9:20 International Medical Scientific Data Sharing YIN Ling, Chinese PLA General Hospital 9:40 The NIH Roadmap for Medical Research Belinda SETO, Deputy Director, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, National Institutes of Health, United States 10:00 OECD-GSF-NI (Neuroinformatics) Data Sharing TANG Yiyuan, Dalian Polytech University, China 10:20 The Safeguarding and Sharing of Traditional Chinese Medicinal Database Resources LIU Baoyan, Chinese Academy of Medicine 10:40 Break

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop 10:55 Protein Data Bank: A Key Biological Resource FENG Zukang, Protein Data Bank, United States 11:15 Long-Term Study for Digital Human and Scientific Data Sharing QIN Donglie, The Capital Hospital University, China 11:35 Open Access to Scientific Data on Biological Diversity: An Urgent Need for China James EDWARDS, Global Biodiversity Information Facility, Denmark 11:55 Discussion Rapporteurs:   HUANG Funan, Chinese PLA General Hospital Paul UHLIR, J.D., U.S. National Academies 12:10 Adjourn 7-2: Earth Sciences, Environmental and Natural Resources Data Location: Institute of Geography and Natural Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences Co-Chairs:   LIU Chuang, Institute of Geography and Natural Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences Dora Ann CANHOS, CRIA, Brazil and Member, CODATA Archiving Task Group 9:00 International Policy and Cooperation in Digital Earth GUO Huadong, Associate Secretary General and Director, Department of International Cooperation, Chinese Academy of Sciences 9:15 The Present Status and Future Development Strategy of China’s Sustainable Development Information Network FU Xiaofeng, The Administrative Center for China’s Agenda 21

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop 9:30 Environmental Database Development in Mongolia Khudulmur SODOV, Director, Information and Computer Center, National Remote Sensing Center, Mongolia 9:45 Data Archiving for Long-Term Preservation in the Satellite Ground Station of the Chinese Academy of Sciences LIU Dingsheng, Satellite Ground Station, Chinese Academy of Sciences 10:00 Special Considerations for Archiving Data from Field Observations Raymond McCORD, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States 10:15 The Information System for Earth Science Data Sharing of China QU Jiansheng, Information Center for Natural Resources and Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences 10:30 Towards a Balanced Performance Appraisal System in the Digital Era for Data Archiving and Sharing in China WANG Zhengxing, Global Change Information and Research Center, Institute of Geography and Natural Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences 10:45 Break 11:00 Uses of Seismic Data and the Importance of Open Access to Major Data Centers in Seismology Paul RICHARDS, Columbia University, United States 11:15 Existing Infrastructure for International Exchange of Seismic Data Raymond WILLEMANN, GEM Technologies, United States 11:30 Seismic Data Sharing in China YANG Dake, China Earthquake Administration 11:45 Discussion

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop Rapporteurs:   ZHU Xiaohua, Global Change Information and Research Center, Institute of Geography and Natural Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences Roberta BALSTAD MILLER, Director, CIESIN, Columbia University, United States and Chair, U.S. National Committee for CODATA 12:10 Adjourn 7-3: Scientific Information, Journals and Digital Libraries Location: Library of Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences Co-Chairs:   ZHANG Xiaoling, Director, Library of Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences Steve ROSSOUW, Cape Technicon University, South Africa 9:05 An Open-Access Future Helen DOYLE, Director, Development & Strategic Alliances, Public Library of Science, United States 9:25 Developing an Open Digital Library: The Practice of the Chinese National Science Digital Library (CSDL) ZHANG Xiaolin, Director of Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences 9:45 Are Economic Journals Becoming Obsolete? Theodore Carl BERGSTROM, University of California at Santa Barbara, United States 10:05 Arguments on the Future of the Library and Economics of Open Access John WILLINSKY, University of British Columbia, Canada

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Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China: Summary of a Workshop 10:25 Information, Journals, and Digital Libraries: Can Developing Countries Become Key Players in the Information Society? Lulama MAKHUBELA, Research & Development Directorate, National Development Agency, South Africa 10:45 Break 11:10 Arguments on Open Access to Scientific Information MENG Liansheng, Chinese Academy of Sciences 11:20 The International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications (INASP)—Opportunities in a Changing Information Environment Pippa SMART, Head of Publications, Publishing Initiatives and Publishing Training, INASP, United Kingdom 11:40 Discussion Rapporteur:   Julie ESANU, Office of International S&T Information Programs, U.S. National Academies 12:10 End of Meeting