Standards and Open Access are the ICOS Pillars: Reply to “Comments on ‘The Integrated Carbon Observation System in Europe’”

Papale, Dario; Heiskanen, Jouni; Brümmer, Christian; Buchmann, Nina; Calfapietra, Carlo; Carrara, Arnaud; Chen, Huilin; Gielen, Bert; Gkritzalis, Thanos; Hammer, Samuel; Hartman, Susan ORCID:; Herbst, Mathias; Janssens, Ivan A.; Jordan, Armin; Juurola, Eija; Karstens, Ute; Kasurinen, Ville; Kruijt, Bart; Lankreijer, Harry; Levin, Ingeborg; Linderson, Maj-Lena; Loustau, Denis; Merbold, Lutz; Myhre, Cathrine Lund; Pavelka, Marian; Pilegaard, Kim; Ramonet, Michel; Rebmann, Corinna; Rinne, Janne; Rivier, Léonard; Saltikoff, Elena; Sanders, Richard ORCID:; Steinbacher, Martin; Steinhoff, Tobias; Watson, Andrew; Vermeulen, Alex T.; Vesala, Timo; Vítková, Gabriela; Kutsch, Werner. 2024 Standards and Open Access are the ICOS Pillars: Reply to “Comments on ‘The Integrated Carbon Observation System in Europe’”. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 104 (12). 953-955.

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In his comment (Kowalski 2023) on our recent publication (Heiskanen et al. 2022) where we present the Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS) research infrastructure, Andrew Kowalski introduces three important and, in our opinion, different potential issues in the definition, collection, and availability of field measurements made by the ICOS network, and he proposes possible solutions to these issues.

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ISSN: 0003-0007
Additional Keywords: Atmosphere, Ecology, Biosphere–atmosphere interaction, Fluxes, Databases, Instrumentation/sensors
Date made live: 13 Mar 2024 11:45 +0 (UTC)

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