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II.b. What are the major scientific issues that need to be considered in developing and implementing scientific data citation standards and practices? Which ones are universal for all types of research and which ones are field- or context- specific?



       Moderator: Herbert van de Sompel, LANL



1. Life Sciences: Philip Bourne, University of California at San Diego



2. Physical and earth sciences: Sarah Callaghan, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK



3. Social Sciences: Mary Vardigan, University of Michigan, Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research



4. Humanities: Michael Sperberg-McQueen, Black Mesa Technologies - Discussion

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III. What are the major institutional, financial, legal, and socio cultural issues that need to be considered in developing and implementing scientific data citation standards and practices? Which ones are universal for all types of research and which ones are field- or context-specific?



       Moderator: Paul Uhlir, National Research Council



1. Legal issues: Sarah Hinchliff Pearson, Creative Commons



2. Institutional/financial: MacKenzie Smith, MIT



3. Socio-cultural: Diane Harley, University of California at Berkeley - Discussion

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IV. What is the status of data attribution and citation practices in individual fields in the natural and social (economic and political) sciences in United States and internationally? Case Studies.



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