Geo-INQUIRE is setting out to enhance the access to key data sets, “big” data streams, and high-performance computing codes to encourage and support curiosity-driven research within the geoscience and geo-resource domains. Such resources are becoming ever more critical to studying the temporal variations in processes affecting the solid Earth, forecasting multi-hazards, and understanding the processes occurring at the interface between the solid Earth and its fluid envelops. Geo-INQUIRE is supported by the European Commission’s Horizon Europe program, within their infrastructure call. With a budget of around 16 million euros and a consortium of 51 members and a portfolio of over 150 products and services, Geo-INQUIRE offers a challenging opportunity to be at the forefront of efforts to expand the openness of European geoscience and the exploitation of such rich variety of data, products, and services.
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