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Facilities to Empower Geosciences Discovery 2004-2008
(NSF 03-053)

Facilities and instrumentation for observation, experimentation, analysis, and computation are essential to carry out frontier research in all fields of the geosciences. The provision of support for both the development of new and innovative facility capabilities, and the maintenance and enhancement of existing systems is an important priority for the Directorate for Geosciences at NSF.

Facilities to Empower Discovery, 2004-2008 complements the GEO Science Plan, NSF Geosciences Beyond 2000--Understanding and Predicting Earth's Environment and Habitability (NSF 00-27).

If you would like a hard copy of this report, please contact Tom Spence by e-mail (tspence@nsf.gov) or phone (703.292.8500).


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