The U.S. Geological Survey provides a wide range of scientific information to an even wider group of stakeholders. Understanding what capacities are needed and if and or where these capacities exist across the USGS landscape is critical in moving science to the next level of use, implementation, and visualization. The concept behind the groups organized to conduct and interpret the survey that collected these data took advantage of the USGS’s position as a science organization with expertise spanning a wide range of science disciplines, stakeholders, and responsibilities. A survey was conducted of USGS employees (Sep 20-Nov 20) to get a current sample of the capacities that exist across the USGS.
|Title||USGS Earthmap Capacity Assessment Dataset|
|Authors||Jennifer L Keisman, John (JC) Nelson, Ian R Waite, David S Brown, Allison K Flickinger, Gregory Gunther, Gregory D Steyer, Kathryn A Thomas, Peter S Murdoch, Sky Bristol|
|Product Type||Data Release|
|Record Source||USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog|
|USGS Organization||Office of the Midcontinent Regional Director|