Acknowledging EarthCube and Using EC Logos
The EarthCube logo and NSF grant number should be prominently displayed on posters, presentations, and reports describing work and results from EarthCube funded activities and awards.
Logos in different styles and sizes are available free for use in posters, presentations, documents and any other non-commercial application. The files below are provided in .png format; if you need a different format, please contact the EarthCube Office.
For information on NSF requirements for acknowledging support, please see AAG, Ch. VI.E.4. (section below)
4. Grantee Obligations
a. Acknowledgement of Support. Unless otherwise provided in the grant, the grantee is responsible for assuring that an acknowledgment of NSF support is made:
(i) in any publication (including Web pages) of any material based on or developed under this project, in the following terms:
"This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. (NSF grant number)."
(ii) NSF support also must be orally acknowledged during all news media interviews, including popular media such as radio, television and news magazines.
b. Disclaimer. The awardee is responsible for assuring that every publication of material (including World Wide Web pages) based on or developed under this award, except scientific articles or papers appearing in scientific, technical or professional journals, contains the following disclaimer:
"Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation."
c. Copies for NSF. The grantee is responsible for assuring that the cognizant NSF Program Officer is provided access to, either electronically or in paper form, a copy of every publication of material based on or developed under this award, clearly labeled with the award number and other appropriate identifying information, promptly after publication.
d. Grantees also should note their obligations in regard to copyrights (see AAG Chapter VI.D.2) and their responsibilities as members of the scientific and engineering community to disseminate and share research results (see AAG Chapter VI.D.4).