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D11.3 Improving multidisciplinary access to ERIs
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Project ENVRIplus
Deliverable nr D11.3
Type White paper

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Improving multidisciplinary access to ERIs and teams of researchers from different backgrounds to work together remains a priority to face the most critically environmental problems. A single or separate disciplinary approach within an ERIs is unlikely to have all of the expertise necessary to address complex problems that can make a significant impact on society or use the whole ERIs potential. Improving the multidisciplinary access to ERIs, help to ensure that both anticipated and unanticipated users can find, obtain, evaluate, understand, compare, and use legacy data in new ways or performing complementary experiments to a better understanding of the underlying problems.

The present white paper provide some specific insights on how to build capacity for multidisciplinary research within the ERIs and the patforwards to improve the multidisciplinary access to ERIs including ERIs reforms and principals for building interdisciplinary access to ERIS.

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