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according to the report. so that the officials involved in this operation would remain unidentified. a large energy concern based in Birmingham Alabama that has generally opposed government regulation of greenhouse gas emissions The documents show Southern has provided at least $400000 to Soon over the past decade The reports generally describe the papers to Southern as “deliverables” produced as a result of the funding Davies argues that the description suggests that Soon who has been active in public policy debates should have acknowledged Southern’s support in his papers—and that in some cases journal conflict-of-interest policies appear to require such disclosure At Physical Geography for example Davies notes that journal owner Taylor & Francis now has a policy that calls for disclosing “financial commercial legal or professional” relationships “that could influence an author’s research Such a conflict could be actual or potential” But that policy wasn’t in place at the time of Soon’s submission Harden says because the journal wasn’t yet owned by Taylor & Francis “We were then published by a small family-owned publishing company” she says Soon did include a line in his paper stating that “The views expressed herein are solely those of the author and are independent of sources providing support” Harden says that “in hindsight maybe that line should have been a red flag” adding that she now wishes Soon had disclosed Southern’s funding She’s not sure how she would have followed up on the issue with Soon at the time of submission however or what the journal will do now Conflict-of-interest controversies are rare in her field she notes and “they can be tricky” Conflict is often in the eye of the beholder she says and researchers often accept all kinds of funding that doesn’t necessarily skew their peer-reviewed publications “I’m for full disclosure” she says “but I’m not sure how we’re going to address this” A similar dilemma is facing another of the targeted journals Geophysicist Robert Strangeway of the University of California Los Angeles has been editor-in-chief since early 2012 of the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics which publishes about 300 papers a year It published three papers in 2011 and 2012 that were co-authored by Soon and mentioned in the Southern reports but Strangeway says he’s not familiar with the studies The journal published by Elsevier asks authors to fill out a conflict-of-interest disclosure But Strangeway admits he’s never carefully examined one—and isn’t sure what he’s supposed to do if he sees a red flag “My role is to vet the science” Strangeway says noting that he and his two primary editors each handle more than 100 papers annually “Generally I don’t know any of [the authors] individually … and we assume that they have properly [disclosed] I simply don’t have the resources to go back and check all of that” Like Harden he’s not sure how the journal will handle Davies’s inquiry “It’s possible we’ll have to go back and add some kind of errata” he says But he also wonders: “Does this mean we should go back through every paper” “My personal opinion is that it is always better to share information” he adds “It’s a shame when people’s integrity is called into question because they didn’t disclose their funding sources” That’s one point on which CIC’s Davies agrees “We wouldn’t be raising the journal issue if [Soon] had simply disclosed Southern’s support” he says Davies says that the Soon documents also raise another potentially thorny issue: How should scientists disclose funding from anonymous donors Soon has received more than $100000 from an Alexandria-based group called Donor’s Trust which has been funneling money from anonymous donors to a number of groups and initiatives championed by political conservatives (Soon has not fully disclosed that funding Davies says) “If you don’t know where the money is coming from how can you say there is or is not a potential conflict” Davies asks “That’s not transparency” In a 20 February letter to members of Congress including the heads of the House of Representatives science committee and the Senate’s environment panel Greenpeace Executive Director Ann Leonard urges lawmakers to take the disclosure issue “seriously” and examine policies Today Senator Ed Markey (D–MA) said the Soon disclosures are prompting him to write to fossil fuel companies and trade associations asking them to disclose their funding of outside researchers involved in climate research Greenpeace has also written to the US Internal Revenue Service questioning whether Soon and a foundation funded by energy magnate Charles Koch may have violated rules against having tax-exempt organizations use donations to influence legislation Soon drew on research funded by the foundation in testifying before the Kansas state legislature during a 2010 debate on renewable energy legislation the group says (Both the foundation and Soon have disclosed the foundation’s support for Soon) This isn’t the first time that the two groups have challenged Soon’s disclosure practices Last month they raised questions about whether he and co-authors had followed journal disclosure policies in a paper published by Science Bulletin a journal published in China The high-profile flap may prompt many journal editors and research institutions to reexamine their policies on dealing with potential conflicts of interests by authors The Smithsonian told ScienceInsider that it has no blanket publication disclosure policy that applies to employees such as Soon Rather it is up to each researcher to comply with journal policies Soon did not respond to an e-mail and phone message requesting comment Here’s a list of the nine papers at issue: With reporting by Jeffrey Merviseven as the woman and the boy are inexplicably drawn together.

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