The GeoSoft Geoscience Paper of the Future (GPF) activity aims to demonstrate how papers will be published in the future, going beyond a PDF format and including software, datasets, and workflow all published in open and accessible ways that make the paper transparent, reproducible, and machine indexable. We refer to such a paper as a geoscience paper of the future, or GPF for short.
The papers will be submitted to a Special Issue on GeoScience Papers of the Future of the AGU Earth and Space Sciences journal.
We are extending the GeoSoft GPF activity to the broader community as a Geoscience Papers of the Future Initiative to offers training and support to other potential authors of GPFs.
- Telecon information
- Next telecon and agenda: Friday June 19
- The public GPF site
- Task descriptions and training materials
- Overall timeline
Roster of GeoSoft GPF Papers
This activity is organized by the GeoSoft project as part of the EarthCube initiative of the US National Science Foundation with awards ICER-1343800 and ICER-1440323.