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Integrated Science: Providing a More Complete Understanding of Complex Problems

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Integrated Science: Providing a More Complete Understanding of Complex Problems; 2006; FS; 2006-3056; Geological Survey (U.S.)

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Integration among sciences is critical in order to address some of our most pressing problems. Because of the inherent complexity of natural systems, and the increasing complexity of human demands on them, narrowly-focused approaches are no longer sufficient. USGS Workshop on Enhancing Integrated Science, November 1998. The Mid-Continent Geographic Science Center is actively participating in several integrated science studies that include research partners from the other disciplines of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), other Federal and State agencies, universities, and private non-government organizations. The following three examples illustrate the diversity of these studies.

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