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Authors: Peppoloni, S.*
Bobrowsky, P.*
Di Capua, G.
Editors: Steneck, N.; University of Michigan, USA
Anderson, M.; University of Minnesota, USA
Kleinert, S.; The Lancet, UK
Mayer, T.; NTU, Singapore
Title: Geoethics: A Challenge for Research Integrity in Geosciences
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co
Issue Date: May-2015
ISBN: 978-981-4632-38-6
Keywords: Geoethics
Research integrity
Abstract: Geoethics reflects the intersection of geology, sociology and philosophy and frequently focuses on important environmental issues and problems often related to natural risk management and mitigation. Geoethics promotes a critical analysis of the use of natural resources, highlighting educational and communication aspects in sciences. Above all, Geoethics encourages geoscientists to assume responsibility in carrying out their research activities with the greatest integrity, especially since such activities can effectively contribute in guiding civil society and industry towards adopting sustainable practices in relation to the Geosphere. The research in Geoethics is multidisciplinary in nature, often requiring a team of experts of different backgrounds.
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