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Abstract

Abstract


The cooperation and coordination of different scientific cultures is increasingly important in contemporary research settings. This especially true in the earth sciences where the sharing and reuse of others data, software, instruments, and infrastructures is necessary to comprehensively study interconnected physical systems. Information Science has traditionally studied the phenomena of sharing research objects either private goods, applying behavioral economic principles to their management, or common pool resources, which position policies to encourage sharing as a cultural "conundrum."

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