Open-access data and tools are fundamental aspects of the Moana Project. So that we can track our success in making ocean data accessible to all, it is a requirement that you acknowledge the project when using Moana Project data, models or tools.
When using Moana Project data or other resources, you must include such a statement, either where the use of the data or other resource is described, or within the Acknowledgements section of the publication.
"(... data / model / tool) was sourced from the Moana Project (www.moanaproject.org), funded by the New Zealand Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment, contract number METO1801."
For research that was funded or partially funded by the Moana Project please include the following statement:
“This work is a contribution to the Moana Project (www.moanaproject.org) funded by the New Zealand Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment, contract number METO1801.”
Please forward a copy of the relevant publication attached in an email to email@example.com.
Roughan, M. (2018) The Moana Project. Australian Meteorology and Oceanography Society Conference. Sydney, Feb 2018.
McComb, P. (2017) The Moana Project. New Zealand Marine Science Society Conference. Christchurch, July 2017.
Roughan, M. (2017) The Moana Project. New Zealand Physical Oceanography Workshop. Wellington, August 2017.
Trancoso, R. (2017) Hau-Moana V1.0. New Zealand Physical Oceanography Workshop. Wellington, August 2017.
Peer-reviewed journal articles
O’Callaghan J, Stevens C, Roughan M, Cornelisen C, Sutton P, Garrett S, Giorli G, Smith RO, Currie KI, Suanda SH, Williams M, Bowen M, Fernandez D, Vennell R, Knight BR, Barter P, McComb P, Oliver M, Livingston M, Tellier P, Meissner A, Brewer M, Gall M, Nodder SD, Decima M, Souza J, Forcén-Vazquez A, Gardiner S, Paul-Burke K, Chiswell S, Roberts J, Hayden B, Biggs B and Macdonald H (2019) Developing an Integrated Ocean Observing System for New Zealand. Front. Mar. Sci. 6:143. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00143