The Impact of Grey Literature in Advancing Global Karst Research: An Information Needs Assessment for a Globally Distributed Interdisciplinary Community
Grey literature, Information needs assessment, Karst research, Karst topography, Geology, Geoscience, Karst Information Portal
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A survey of the global karst community was conducted in 2006. The survey was distributed via the World Wide Web to known karst researchers. The instrument was designed to generate an initial inventory of core grey information types, to assess levels of usage of grey information by the respondents, and to gauge the karst community’s willingness to participate in building and expanding both this collection and the associated controlled vocabularies.
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Publishing Research Quarterly, v. 23, issue 1, p. 3-18
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Chavez, Todd A.; Perrault, Anna H.; Reehling, Pete; and Crummett, Courtney, "The Impact of Grey Literature in Advancing Global Karst Research: An Information Needs Assessment for a Globally Distributed Interdisciplinary Community" (2007). School of Information Faculty Publications. 16.