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KBIF 데이터 저장소는 아래 GBIF Data Use Agreements, GBIF Data Sharing Agreement에 따라 데이터를 공유하고 있습니다.

사용자께서는 아래 정책을 숙지하신 후 데이터를 등록 해주시기 바랍니다.

GBIF Data Use Agreement

Background

The goals and principles of making biodiversity data openly and universally available have been defined in the Memorandum of Understanding on GBIF (MoU; see the relevant excerpts in Annex).

The Participants who have signed the MoU have expressed their willingness to make biodiversity data available through their nodes to foster scientific research development internationally and to support the public use of these data.

GBIF data sharing should take place within a framework of due attribution.

Therefore, using data available through the GBIF network requires agreeing with the following:

1. Data Use Agreements

  1. The quality and completeness of data cannot be guaranteed. Users employ these data at their own risk.
  2. Users shall respect restrictions of access to sensitive data.
  3. In order to make attribution of use for owners of the data possible, the identifier of ownership of data must be retained with every data record.
  4. Users must publicly acknowledge, in conjunction with the use of the data, the data providers whose biodiversity data they have used.  Data providers may require additional attribution of specific collections within their institution.
  5. Users must comply with additional terms and conditions of use set by the data provider. Where these exist they will be available through the metadata associated with the data.

2. Definitions

  • GBIF Participant: Signatory of the GBIF-establishing Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).  
  • GBIF Secretariat: Legal entity empowered by the GBIF Participants to enter into contracts, execute the Work Programme, and maintain the central services for the GBIF network.
  • GBIF network: The infrastructure consisting of the central services of the GBIF Secretariat, Participant Nodes and data providers. Making data available through GBIF network means registering and advertising the pertinent services via the GBIF central services..
  • Node: A data provider designated by a GBIF Participant that maintains a stable computer gateway that makes data available through the GBIF network.
  • Participant node: An organisational unit designated by the GBIF Participant to coordinate activities in its domain. It may also provide data.
  • Biodiversity data:  Primary data on specimens, observations, names, taxonomic concepts, and sites, and other related data on biological diversity.
  • Metadata: Data describing the attributes and combinations of biodiversity data.
  • Data:  Biodiversity data and metadata.
  • Data provider: A custodian of data making it technically available. This may or may not be the data owner. If not they will have declared to GBIF that they have permission to make the data available.
  • Data sharing: The process of and agreements for making data freely and universally available on the Internet.
  • User:    Anyone who uses the Internet to access data through the GBIF network.
  • Owner of data: The legal entity possessing the right resulting from the act of creating a digital record. The record may be a product derived from another, possibly non-digital product, which may affect the right.
  • Sensitive data: Any data that the Node does not want to make available,  e.g. precise localities of endangered species.

GBIF Data Sharing Agreement

Background

The goals and principles of making biodiversity data openly and universally available have been defined in the Memorandum of Understanding on GBIF (MoU; see the relevant excerpts in Annex).

The Participants who have signed the MoU have expressed their willingness to make biodiversity data available through their nodes to foster scientific research development internationally and to support the public use of these data.

Data providers often participate in several data sharing arrangements at different levels (thematic, community, national, global).

GBIF data sharing should take place within a framework of due attribution.

Therefore, when registering their services with GBIF, the data providers agree as follows:

1. Data Sharing Agreements

1.1.    Biodiversity data accessible via the GBIF network are openly and universally available to all users within the framework of the GBIF Data Use Agreement and with the terms and conditions that the data provider has identified in its metadata.
1.2.    GBIF does not assert any intellectual property rights in the data that is made available through its network.    
1.3.    The data provider warrants that they have made the necessary agreements with the original owners of the data that it can make the data available through GBIF network.
1.4.    The data provider makes reasonable efforts to ensure that the data they serve are accurate.
1.5.    Responsibility regarding the restriction of access to sensitive data resides with the data provider.
1.6.    The data provider includes stable and unique identifier in their data so that the owner of the data is known and for other necessary purposes.
1.7.    GBIF Secretariat may cache a copy and serve full or partial data further to other users together with the terms and conditions for use set by the data provider.  Queries of such data through the GBIF Secretariat are reported to the data provider.
1.8.    Data providers are endorsed by a GBIF Participant, if applicable, before their metadata is made available by the GBIF Secretariat.
1.9.    GBIF Secretariat is not responsible for data content or the use of the data.
1.10.    GBIF Secretariat is not liable or responsible, nor are its employees or contractors, for the data contents; or for any loss, damage, claim, cost or expense however it may arise, from an inability to use the GBIF network.

2. Service Levels

GBIF Secretariat

2.1.    Services provided by the GBIF Secretariat are managed in accordance with the GBIF Work Programme.
2.2.    GBIF Secretariat’s service provision includes software components and updates, interfaces, indexing and registry services, helpdesk, and training to assist the Participants to maintain Internet portals.

GBIF Participants

2.3.    GBIF Participants keep the GBIF Secretariat informed of their contact and service information.
2.4.    GBIF Participants maintain services that enable new and existing data providers in their domain to be integrated within GBIF network, and the data owners be identified, as appropriate.

3.Definitions

  • GBIF Participant: Signatory of the GBIF-establishing Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). 
  • GBIF Secretariat: Legal entity empowered by the GBIF Participants to enter into contracts, execute the Work Programme, and maintain the central services for the GBIF network.
  • GBIF network: The infrastructure consisting of the central services of the GBIF Secretariat, Participant nodes and data providers. Making data available through GBIF network means registering and advertising the pertinent services via the GBIF central services.
  • Node: A data provider designated by a GBIF Participant that maintains a stable computer gateway that makes data available through the GBIF network.
  • Participant Node: An organisational unit designated by the GBIF Participant to coordinate activities in its domain. It may also provide data.
  • Biodiversity Data:  Primary data on specimens, observations, names, taxonomic concepts, and sites, and other data on biological diversity.
  • Metadata: Data describing the attributes and combinations of biodiversity data.
  • Data:  Biodiversity data and metadata.
  • Data sharing: The process of and agreements for making data freely and universally available on the Internet.
  • Data provider:  A custodian of data making it technically available. This may or may not be the data owner. If not they will have declared to GBIF that they have permission to make the data available.
  • User:    Anyone who uses the Internet to access data through the GBIF network.
  • Owner of data: The legal entity possessing the right resulting from the act of creating a digital record. The record may be a product derived from another, possibly non-digital product, which may affect the right.
  • Sensitive data: Any data that the data provider does not want to make available,  e.g. precise localities of endangered species.



Version 1.0. Approved by GB9 2004-10-05. This page updated 2004-11-08.
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