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Re: Report on CODATA General Assembly 2004

Just a brief note to draw your attention to the published version of the
ICSU Priority Area Assessment on Scientific Data and Information at
http://www.icsu.org/Gestion/img/ICSU_DOC_DOWNLOAD/551_DD_FILE_PAA_Data_and_Information.pdf

At a glance, this looks as though it is not greatly different from the
draft that CODATA reviewed and responded to; but it is now in the public
domain and may be cited as a valuable contribution to the development
of strategy in scientific data management and access over the next several
years.

Best wishes
Brian
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