IDP Policy for Acknowledgements

The U.S. Ice Drilling Program (IDP) is a program funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) that conducts ice coring and drilling in some of the world’s most intriguing and challenging environments: the Arctic, Antarctic, and temperate glaciers. The cores and boreholes produced provide important evidence of the past, and the drilling scene is compelling. IDP engineers, drillers and IDP drilling apparatus in the field need to be acknowledged in photos, social media, and press releases. In addition, IDP must be acknowledged in publication of results of analysis of ice cores, rock cores and samples that IDP has drilled. Our policy for each is as follows.

Photographs to be made available to the public

Photographs of IDP staff to be used in social media, press releases or in publications must have prior permission from the staff depicted. In addition, if IDP equipment is included in the photo, permission must be acquired from the IDP Director of Operations, Kristina Slawny.

Social media including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube

Tweets and social media posts that contain photos or mention of IDP staff and/or IDP drilling equipment should credit IDP by providing the IDP tag. If the post includes a photo of IDP staff, prior permission from the staff depicted is also needed. The content of the post should not imply that the drilling is being conducted by any entity other than IDP.

The IDP tags are:

Twitter @US_IceDrilling https://twitter.com/US_IceDrilling
Instagram us_icedrilling https://www.instagram.com/us_icedrilling/
Facebook USIceDrillingProgram https://www.facebook.com/UsIceDrillingProgram
YouTube @USIceDrillingVideos https://www.youtube.com/user/USIceDrillingVideos

Press releases

Articles written by any non-IDP entity intended for press release that contain photos or mention of IDP staff and/or IDP drilling equipment need to acknowledge the U.S. Ice Drilling Program. In addition, if the post includes a photo of IDP staff, prior permission from the staff member depicted is also required. Articles written for press release or publication by any one of the IDP institutions (Dartmouth, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the University of New Hampshire) must be reviewed and approved by the IDP P.I.s at the other two institutions prior to release.

Publications

Papers written for publication in any journal or magazine that contain results from analysis of cores or samples that were drilled by IDP must contain this acknowledgment:
"We thank the U.S. Ice Drilling Program for support activities through NSF Cooperative Agreement 1836328."