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SLGO is the first integrated ocean observing system in Canada.
A study by RIN/NESTA 1 about UK researchers' practices has demonstrated that those who had adopted an open approach had a definite advantage over those who did not.
Several studies show a correlation between sharing research data and the number of citations. 2 Litterature shows that citations can increase by 69% in cases with open research data. 3 Such recognition for research results proves to be a definite benefit for researchers.
Openness, sharing and data valorization are becoming the basis of a trend within the scientific community. Increasingly, it can be observed throughout multidisciplinary projects, the inclusion of citizen input and the development of numerous data access, visualization and dissemination tools.