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More than 150 scientists on 23 panels will contribute to a report on the future of Earth science research that has been called the first of its kind by the head of the project. They will assess promising trends, determine longand short-term research priorities for solid-Earth science in the 1990s, and suggest ways that government, academia, and the private sector should act together to realize those goals. The work is being supported by a $500,000 grant to the National Research Council from the W.M. Keck Foundation of Los Angeles