AC GEO Report on Portfolio Review of EAR Seismology and Geodesy Instrumentation
May 19, 2021
The report of the EAR subcommittee of the Advisory Committee of Geosciences (AC GEO) on earth sciences seismology and geodesy instrumentation now available:
Recommendations for Enabling Earth Science Through NSF's Geophysical Facility - A Portfolio Review of EAR Seismology and Geodesy Instrumentation (Final Report Accepted and Released by the NSF Advisory Committee for Geosciences in April 2021) (Adobe Acrobat)
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