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Integrating Stakeholders and Users into the Geography Discipline's Research Process

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Integrating Stakeholders and Users into the Geography Discipline's Research Process; 2006; OFR; 2006-1344; Hermans, Caroline M.; Taketa, Richard

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Future research priorities of Geography emphasize the discipline's leadership role in the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in multidisciplinary and integrated research on human and environmental systems and how these systems are interrelated and respond to change Geography's research priorities also emphasize providing science that is usable to society and creating decision support products applicable to given customer problems. To achieve these goals, we must understand the relationship between our research and our customer, and how to integrate the customer into the research process. This report details the elements of the research process that help achieve the degree of stakeholder involvement necessary to ensure a successful end-product. [...]

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