Appendix A

List of Background Materials

Ad Hoc Committee and Technical Working Group for a Petascale Collaboratory for the Geosciences. 2005. Establishing a Petascale Collaboratory for the Geosciences: Scientific Frontiers. Report to the Geosciences Community. University Corporation for Atmospheric Research/Joint Office for Science Support (UCAR/JOSS).

AGI (American Geological Institute). 2009. Status of the Geoscience Workforce: Report Summary. Alexandria, VA: AGI.

Anderson, R.S., S. Anderson, A.K. Aufdenkampe, R. Bales, S.Brantley, J. Chorover, C.J. Duffy, F.N. Scatena, D.L. Sparks, P.A. Troch, and K. Yoo. 2010. Future Directions for Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) Science: Report Prepared by the CZO Community, 6 pp. Available at http://criticalzone.org/CZOFutureDirectionsReport_v3-1.pdf.

Bass, J., ed. 2004. Current and Future Research Directions in High-Pressure Mineral Physics. Consortium for Materials Properties Research in Earth Sciences (COMPRES). Available at www.compres.us/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=170&Itemid.

Bottjer, D.J., ed. 2006. Future Research Directions in Paleontology. Report of a workshop held April 8-9, 2006, sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Boulder, CO: The Paleontological Society.

Brantley, S.L., T.S. White, A.F. White, D. Sparks, D. Richter, K. Pregitzer, L. Derry, O. Chorover, R. April, S. Anderson, and R. Amundson. 2006. Frontiers in Exploration of the Critical Zone. Report of a workshop sponsored by the National Science Foundation, October 24-26, 2005, Newark, DE, 30 pp.

Brodsky, E.E., K.-F. Ma, J. Mori, and D.M. Saffer. 2009. Rapid Response Drilling: Past, Present, and Future. Report of the ICDP/ SCEC (Intercontinental Scientific Drilling Program/Southern California Earthquake Center) International Workshop on Rapid Response Drilling, Tokyo, Japan, November 2008.

Burbank, D., K. Hudnut, R. Ryerson, C. Rubin, D. Schwartz, B. Wernicke, and S. Wesnousky. 2001. The Plate Boundary Observatory: Results of the First Workshop on Geological Research. Submitted by the PBO Geology Committee. Workshop held in Pasadena, CA, May 22-25, 2001.

Carbotte, S., K. Lehnert, S. Tsuboi, W. Weinrebe, and workshop participants. 2007. Building a Global Network for Studies of Earth Processes. Report of the International Data Exchange Workshop, May 9-11, 2007, Kiel, Germany. Available at www.nsf-margins.org/Datawkshp07.

Cohen, R.E., ed. 2005. High-Performance Computing Requirements for the Computational Solid Earth Sciences. Available at www.geo-prose.com/computational_SES.html.

DUSEL (Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory). 2010. Science Inquiry in Biology, Geosciences, and Engineering at DUSEL. Prepared by the DUSEL Science Community. Available online at www.dusel.org/PDFs/bge_science-at-dusel_community_report_20101118.pdf.

EarthLab Steering Committee. 2003. EarthLab: A Subterranean Laboratory and Observatory to Study Microbial Life, Fluid Flow, and Rock Deformation. Report to the National Science Foundation. Available online at www.dusel.org/PDFs/earthlab_5.30.03.pdf.

Erwin, D., et al. 2006/2011. DETELON: Future Research Directions in Paleontology. Workshop sponsored by the National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Available at detelon.org/.

Gonzales, L., C. Keane, and C. Martinez. 2009. Effects of the Global Economic Crisis on Geoscience Departments. Alexandria, VA: American Geological Institute.

Hornberger, G. 2001. A Plan for a New Science Initiative on the Global Water Cycle. Report to the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) from the Water Cycle Study Group. Available online at www.usgcrp.gov/usgcrp/Library/watercycle/wcsgreport2001/default.htm.

Kellogg, L., B. Buffett, C. Constable, R. Jeanloz, G. Masters, W. McDonough, and R. Walker. 2004. CSEDI: Cooperative Studies of the Earth’s Deep Interior. Report of the CSEDI Workshop held February 22–23, 2004, La Jolla, CA. Available online at www.csedi.org/CSEDI.Sept29.04.pdf.

Lay, T., ed. 2009. Seismological Grand Challenges in Understanding Earth’s Dynamic Systems. Report to the National Science Foundation, IRIS Consortium, of a workshop held September 18–19, 2008, Denver, CO, 76 pp.

MARGINS. 2010. GeoPRISMS Draft Science Plan. Prepared by the MARGINS Office and submitted to the National Science Foundation. Available at www.nsf-margins.org.



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Appendix A List of Background Materials Ad Hoc Committee and Technical Working Group for a Petascale Carbotte, S., K. Lehnert, S. Tsuboi, W. Weinrebe, and workshop C ollaboratory for the Geosciences. 2005. E stablishing a participants. 2007. Building a Global Network for Studies of Earth Petascale Collaboratory for the Geosciences: Scientific Frontiers. P rocesses. Report of the International Data Exchange Workshop, Report to the Geosciences Community. University Corpora- May 9-11, 2007, Kiel, Germany. Available at www.nsf-margins. tion for Atmospheric Research/Joint Office for Science Sup- org/Datawkshp07. port (UCAR/JOSS). Cohen, R.E., ed. 2005. High-Performance Computing Requirements AGI (American Geological Institute). 2009. Status of the Geoscience for the Computational Solid Earth Sciences. Available at www. Workforce: Report Summary. Alexandria, VA: AGI. geo-prose.com/computational_SES.html. Anderson, R.S., S. Anderson, A.K. Aufdenkampe, R. Bales, S. DUSEL (Deep Underground Science and Engineering Labora- Brantley, J. Chorover, C.J. Duffy, F.N. Scatena, D.L. Sparks, tory). 2010. Science Inquiry in Biology, Geosciences, and Engineer- P.A. Troch, and K. Yoo. 2010. Future Directions for Critical ing at DUSEL. Prepared by the DUSEL Science Community. Z one Observatory (CZO) Science: Report Prepared by the Available online at www.dusel.org/PDFs/bge_science-at-dusel_ CZO Community, 6 pp. Available at criticalzone.org/CZO- community_report_20101118.pdf. FutureDirectionsReport_v3-1.pdf. EarthLab Steering Committee. 2003. EarthLab: A Subterranean Bass, J., ed. 2004. Current and Future Research Directions in High- Laboratory and Observatory to Study Microbial Life, Fluid Flow, and Pressure Mineral Physics. Consortium for Materials Proper- Rock Deformation. Report to the National Science Foundation. ties Research in Earth Sciences (COMPRES). Available at Available online at www.dusel.org/PDFs/earthlab_5.30.03.pdf. www.compres.us/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_ Erwin, D., et al. 2006/2011. DETELON: Future Research Directions download&gid=170&Itemid. in Paleontology. Workshop sponsored by the National Science Bottjer, D.J., ed. 2006. Future Research Directions in Paleontology. Foundation, Washington, DC. Available at detelon.org/. Report of a workshop held April 8-9, 2006, sponsored by the Gonzales, L., C. Keane, and C. Martinez. 2009. Effects of the Global National Science Foundation. Boulder, CO: The Paleontological Economic Crisis on Geoscience Departments. Alexandria, VA: Society. American Geological Institute. Brantley, S.L., T.S. White, A.F. White, D. Sparks, D. Richter, K. Hornberger, G. 2001. A Plan for a New Science Initiative on the Pregitzer, L. Derry, O. Chorover, R. April, S. Anderson, and R. Global Water Cycle. Report to the U.S. Global Change Research Amundson. 2006. Frontiers in Exploration of the Critical Zone. Program (USGCRP) from the Water Cycle Study Group. Report of a workshop sponsored by the National Science Foun- Available online at www.usgcrp.gov/usgcrp/Library/watercycle/ dation, October 24-26, 2005, Newark, DE, 30 pp. wcsgreport2001/default.htm. Brodsky, E.E., K.-F. Ma, J. Mori, and D.M. Saffer. 2009. Rapid Kellogg, L., B. Buffett, C. Constable, R. Jeanloz, G. Masters, W. Response Drilling: Past, Present, and Future. Report of the ICDP/ McDonough, and R. Walker. 2004. CSEDI: Cooperative Studies SCEC (Intercontinental Scientific Drilling Program/Southern of the Earth’s Deep Interior. Report of the CSEDI Workshop held California Earthquake Center) International Workshop on February 22–23, 2004, La Jolla, CA. Available online at www. Rapid Response Drilling, Tokyo, Japan, November 2008. csedi.org/CSEDI.Sept29.04.pdf. Burbank, D., K. Hudnut, R. Ryerson, C. Rubin, D. Schwartz, Lay, T., ed. 2009. Seismological Grand Challenges in Understanding B. Wernicke, and S. Wesnousky. 2001. The Plate Boundary Earth’s Dynamic Systems. Report to the National Science Foun- Observatory: Results of the First Workshop on Geological Research. dation, IRIS Consortium, of a workshop held September 18–19, Submitted by the PBO Geology Committee. Workshop held in 2008, Denver, CO, 76 pp. Pasadena, CA, May 22-25, 2001. MARGINS. 2010. GeoPRISMS Draft Science Plan. Prepared by the MARGINS Office and submitted to the National Science Foundation. Available at www.nsf-margins.org. 99

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100 APPENDIX A Marshall, C., and I. Montanez. 2010. Grand Challenges in Sedimen- NRC. 2007. Assessment of NASA Applied Sciences Program. Washing- tary Geology, Geochemistry and Paleobiology. Report of a workshop ton, DC: National Academies Press. held July 26-27, University of California–Davis Tahoe Environ- NRC. 2007. Coal: Research and Development to Support National mental Research Center, Incline Village, NV, 7 pp. Energy Policy. Washington, DC: National Academies Press. McPherson, B.J., and the EarthLab Steering Committee. 2003. NRC. 2007. Earth Materials and Health: Research Priorities for EarthLab: A Subterranean Laboratory and Observatory to Study Earth Science and Public Health. Washington, DC: National Microbial Life, Fluid Flow, and Rock Deformation. Report to Academies Press. t he National Science Foundation by Geosciences Profes - NRC. 2007. Earth Science and Applications from Space: National sional Services, Inc. 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