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Mountain researchers: the Mountain Research Initiative needs you!

The Mountain Research Initiative has developed since 2001 an Expert Database, enabling researchers around the world to connect and come with new valuable research projects for our mountain areas. Considering the past growing research community and the evolution of online technologies, the MRI is now exploring possibilities for a new Experts Database for 2020.

What can you do to help? The MRI is looking for your feedback in a short survey, which takes approximatively 10 minutes to complete. The survey gives you the opportunity to express your views on the existing Experts Database, its functioning and functionalities. This is also a chance to provide any suggestions to better adapt the future database to your needs and expectations.

The survey is available until 30 September 2019. For any question concerning the survey, please contact the Mountain Research Initiative.

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10 September 2019

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