EarthCube Stakeholder Survey Re-visited
Please take 10-15 minutes to complete....thank you!
We need your input to better understand the evolving role of data and data sharing in charting the future of the geosciences.
For nearly a decade, the EarthCube community has been transforming the conduct of geosciences research by developing and maintaining a well-connected environment that improves access, sharing, visualization, and analysis of data and related resources. EarthCube is an initiative of the U.S. National Science Foundation.
Over the years, EarthCube has conducted various stakeholder surveys in order to better understand and advance community capabilities. This survey continues in that process and provides a rare opportunity to compare views now with where things were in the geosciences at the founding of EarthCube.
Here is a link to the survey, which is estimated to take 10-15 minutes to complete:
Your participation is voluntary and all individual responses will be kept confidential. Your responses are deeply appreciated and encouraged whether or not you participated in earlier EarthCube stakeholder surveys.
EarthCube is an initiative of the U.S. National Science Foundation.