This is an update to our regular reminder about affiliations. Please note 4 key things:
- As of September 1, 2022, most CIRES researchers at NOAA are funded under a new cooperative agreement (CA) and should acknowledge our new CA in all papers. In some cases, you should also include support of the old CA, too, depending on when the research & paper submission took place:
- Old CA: NA17OAR4320101 – Sept 1, 2017-Aug 31, 2023
- New CA: NA22OAR4320151 – Sept 1, 2022-Aug 31, 2027
- Sample acknowledgments:
- This research was supported (in part / by / etc.) NOAA cooperative agreements NA17OAR4320101 and NA22OAR4320151.
- This research was supported (in part / by / etc.) NOAA cooperative agreement NA22OAR4320151
- CIRES researchers should include their CIRES affiliation in all publications. NOAA laboratories and centers also appreciate affiliations, so please use both, eg:
- 1=Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, CU Boulder; 2=NOAA Chemical Sciences Laboratory (or PSL, NCEI, etc.)
- Include your CIRES affiliation on other communications, too, including emails, presentations, conference abstracts, seminar announcements and quotes in news stories. Please do not represent yourself as a federal employee.
- CIRES Visiting Fellows can acknowledge CA funding as shown below, depending on when the research took place (see above for dates):
- [NAME] was supported by the CIRES Visiting Fellows Program and the NOAA Cooperative Agreement NA22OAR4320151.
- [NAME] was supported by the CIRES Visiting Fellows Program and NOAA cooperative agreements NA17OAR4320101 and NA22OAR4320151
Many of you already do these things already—thank you.
Questions? Email CIRES Associate Director for Science Christine Wiedinmyer.