International Role of U.S. Geoscience
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  • Earth Sciences — Policy, Reviews and Evaluations

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106 pages | 8 1/2 x 11
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Table of Contents

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Front Matter i-x
Executive Summary 1-4
1 Introduction 5-6
2 International Geoscience Activities in U.S. Foreign Policy 7-15
3 International Geoscience Activities in U.S. Economic Interests 16-27
4 International Geoscience Activities in U.S. Scientific Interests 28-36
5 Summary of Needs 37-40
References 41-44
Appendix A: The View from the Moscow Meeting 45-48
Appendix B: Charge to the Committee on Global and International Geology 49-49
Appendix C: Evolution and Importance of International Activities in the Geosciences, a Background Paper 50-58
Appendix D: A More Global Tech View 59-60
Appendix E: Statement on Science in the International Setting as Adopted by the National Science Board 61-65
Appendix F: Letter to G.A. Barber Listing Banks with Interests in Foreign Minerals 66-67
Appendix G: Mineals Industry Status Report 68-70
Appendix H: A Partial Survey of Production and Availability of Foreign Geoscience Maps 71-73
Appendix I: Statement of William P. Pendley, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Energy and Minerals, Department of the Interior, Before the Committee on Science and Technology 74-77
Appendix J: U.S. Geological Survey International Cooperative Agreements Currently in Force 78-81
Appendix K: Cooperative Science with Hungary 82-86
Appendix L: Participating Agency Service Agreement (PASAP) between the Agency for International Development and U.S. Department of Interior, U.S. Geological Survey 87-90
Appendix M: Fourth International Symposium on Mineral Resources of the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (Geo-Resources and Environment) 91-92
Appendix N: International Centre for Training and Geological Exchanges (ICTGE) 93-96
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National Research Council. International Role of U.S. Geoscience. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 1987.

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