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Science Magazine: Remove China’s U shaped Line


China's illegal map of South China Sea-Wiki

Editor’s Note

IN THE REVIEW “CHINA’S DEMOGRAPHIC

history and future challenges” in the 29
July special section on Population (1), Fig.
1 showed a map of the South China Sea. We
have become aware that some readers are
interpreting the publication of this map as a
statement by Science on the maritime borders
marked in the image. This is not the case.

Science’s policy, found on the masthead
page of each issue, states that “all articles
published in Science—including editorials,
news and comment, and book reviews—
are signed and reflect the individual views
of the authors and not official points of
view adopted by AAAS or the institutions
with which the authors are affiliated.”
Science does not have a position with regard
to jurisdictional claims in the area of water
included in the map. We are reviewing
our map acceptance procedures to ensure
that in the future Science does not appear

to endorse or take a position on territorial/
jurisdictional disputes.

MONICA BRADFORD

Executive Editor

Reference

1. X. Peng, Science 333, 581 (2011).

http://www.sciencemag.org/content/333/6051/1824.2.full

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