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Title: Plans for living on a restless planet sets NASA's solid Earth agenda
Authors: Solomon, S. C.
Baker, V. R.
Bloxham, J.
Booth, J.
Donnellan, A.
Elachi, C.
Evans, D.
Rignot, E.
Burbank, D.
Chao, B. F.
Chave, A.
Gillespie, A.
Herring, T.
Jeanloz, R.
LaBrecque, J.
Minster, B.
Pitman, W. C. III
Simons, M.
Turcotte, D. L.
Zoback, M. L.
Issue Date: Nov-2003
Citation: EOS, transactions v.84, no. 45, pp.485-491
Washington, D.C., USA
Abstract: What are the most important challenges facing solid Earth science today and over the next two decades? And what is the best approach for NASA, in partnership with other agencies, to address these challenges? A new report, living on a restless planet, provides a blueprint for answering these questions. The top priority for a new spacecraft mission in the area of solid earth science over the next 5 years, according to this report, is a satellite dedicated to interferometric synthetic aperture radar(inSAR).
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