海洋一所乔方利书记在《科学中国人》2005年12期上发表署名文章“海洋环境预报理论和数值预报模式取得重大突破”（http://pan.baidu.com/s/1dDz2aul），在第一段就自吹“在国际上率先建立了海浪 – 环流耦合理论”、“在国内外迅速引起强烈反响”、“ 该成果属于原始自主创新，处于该领域世界领先水平”。2006年6月11日有媒体报道乔方利破解了世界难题（http://news.sohu.com/20060611/n243670066.shtml）。2009年 我偶然发现这则报道后在《新语丝》化名辛海子提出质疑和善意讽劝，希望他不要吹得太离谱了。乔方利在回应中说，“坦率地讲，作为一名科技工作者，本人并不喜好“重大突破”、“震动”之类的媒体语言。”（XYS20090427）。哀！ 难道《科学中国人》2005年12期上的署名文章是别人花钱发的？！
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Fri, 22 Jan 2016 19:00:03 -0500
Dear Dr. Wan,
Thank you very much for your submission to GRL. Your submission raises some very important issues, and both GRL and AGU take these issues very seriously.
I am writing to clarify the distinct roles of the scientific journal and the role of the AGU Ethics process.
In terms of the scientific content, GRL encourages critiques of published papers in the form of full stand-alone submissions to GRL. By “stand-alone”, we mean a manuscript that would fit as an independent paper in GRL. For example, whereas a Comment would not necessarily have figures, a stand-alone paper would almost certainly be expected to show results. Likewise, a stand-alone manuscript would have the same scientific tone as a GRL paper (rather than the tone of a Comment), and could be reviewed and read as an individual contribution. From what you describe in your submission, it sounds that you may have sufficient material for a stand-alone manuscript. However, the manuscript would need to include considerably more concrete evidence than is included in the current submission. If you agree that you have sufficient material, then my sincere hope is that you are willing to submit a stand-alone manuscript that provides that scientific evidence.
In terms of the ethical components of your current submission, AGU has a robust Ethics policy, and a robust system for evaluating ethical concerns. These are described on the AGU Ethics website here: http://ethics.agu.org . As is stated on the Ethics website, “Allegations regarding scientific misconduct by AGU members or authors in connection with AGU activities (publications, presentation, and other official duties) must be submitted in writing either directly to the chair of the Ethics Committee or to firstname.lastname@example.org.”
My request at this stage is that you please consider these two roles (that of the journal and that of the AGU ethics process), and then inform me whether you would like to proceed with a new stand-alone submission to GRL, with an allegation to the AGU Ethics Committee, or with both.
Thank you very much for your consideration. Again, I, GRL, and AGU all take these issues very seriously.
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