• NWS perspective (Kelly, Mandt)

• NESDIS perspective (Withee)

• OAR perspective (Hall)

• A National Climate Service through the eyes of NCDC (Karl)

Navy perspective (Cuff)

NASA climate services views (Schiffer)

Making Climate Forecasts Matter (Weber)

Reanalysis, the view from CLIVAR (Eugenia Kalnay)

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 2000

8:30 a.m.

Perspectives of climate services (users, requirements, potentials, shortfalls):

• State view (Crawford)

• Regional view (Redmond)

• Private sector view (Leavitt)

• International issues (Lellyett)

Data as a service, the need for a ‘data priesthood’ (Discussion led by Gene Rasmusson)

Assessments as a service (Discussion led by Barron)

Roles and missions: public, private, and academic sectors (Discussion led by Frederick)

Examinations of future demands for climate services (Discussion led by Barron)

THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 2000

8:30 a.m.

Open discussion during which the issues that have been presented during the previous days will be crystallized and a general report outline will be prepared and discussed. The conclusions and



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