data access were also highlighted by many comments. Conceptual advances in our understanding of climate change and the role and significance of human factors, as well as partnerships between different fields were called out as important steps by many respondents as well. The two most common challenges listed by respondents were funding issues and barriers to interdisciplinary collaboration.

TABLE B.1 Organizations and Their Associated Publications or Listservs to Which the Questionnaire Announcement Was Sent

Organization, Publication, or Listserv

Association of American Geographers (AAG) Newsletter and selected specialty groups

American Geological Institute (AGI) GeoSpectrum, Government Affairs Monthly Review

American Geophysical Union (AGU) Eos

American Society of Limnology and Oceanography listserv

America Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) listserv

Association for Women Geoscientists listserv

Canadian Geomorphology Research Group listserv

Clay Minerals Society listserv

European Science Foundation

Friends of Mineralogy listserv

GSA Connection

Gilbert Club listserv

Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies listserv

International Association of Geomorphologists listserv

International Association of Hydrogeologists listserv

Mineralogical Society of America listserv

National Speleological Society listserv

Paleontological Society listserv

Seismological Society of America listserv

Society for Sedimentary Geology listserv

Society of Economic Geologists listserv

Society of Exploration Geophysicists listserv

Society of Vertebrate Paleontology listserv

Soil Science Society of America listserv

U.S. Permafrost Association listserv

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