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Page 139 Appendix B BREAKOUT GROUP QUESTIONS Workshop on National Capacity in Forestry Research July 15 & 16, 1999 Lecture Room National Academy of Sciences 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20418 Breakout Session I July 15, 1999 1) Blue Group: What are critical forestry issues and priorities for forestry research? 2) Green Group: What are critical forestry issues and priorities for forestry research? 3) Red Group: What are critical forestry issues and priorities for forestry research? 4) Yellow Group: What are critical forestry issues and priorities for forestry research? Breakout Session II July 16, 1999 1) Blue Group: Is there an adequate knowledge base? —Identify major gaps in the knowledge base needed for forestry research. 2) Green Group: Is there adequate research capacity? —Identify strengths and weaknesses of current research capacity 3) Red Group: Are there adequate interdisciplinary and scale applications? —Identify needed interdisciplinary and spatial applications and incentives. 4) Yellow Group: Are university curricula and programs adequate? —Identify strengths and weaknesses of university curricula and programs to provide researchers.
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