Saturday, May 12, 2012

Scientist survey on data for EarthCube

We want you to help guide EarthCube, a bold new NSF initiative to create an integrated data and knowledge management system for the geosciences. Researchers funded by NSF want to know your views on the needs in data and cyberinfrastructure across the geosciences.  

Help shape EarthCube by telling us how easy (or hard) it is to find, get, and use data, models, and computational/visualization tools for the geosciences. Share your views on how to best move EarthCube forward.  Click here: *   Results will be posted on in early June and presented at the June 12-14 EarthCube Charrette in Arlington, VA.

*This link takes you to a survey to capture your view on how to best advance data-enabled geoscience.  Your participation is voluntary.  Your identity will be kept separate from your responses and be kept strictly confidential.  Only aggregate findings will be reported.  As for all surveys of this kind, it starts with a voluntary consent form.  Please share your views by visiting the link above and telling us what you think.

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