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c Workshop Agenda Agenda Workshop on the Environment Challenges for the Chemical Sciences in the 21st Century National Academy of Sciences Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center Irvine, California SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17 7:30 Breakfast and Registration SESSION l: THE CHEMISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 8:30 9:05 9:25 8:10 Introductory remarks by organizers background of project 8:15 DOUGLAS ]. RABER, National Research Council 8:20 MATTHEW v. TIRRELL, Co-Chair, Steering Committee, Challenges for the Chemical Sciences in the 21st Century 8:25 MARIO ,}. MOLINA, JOHN H. SEINFELD, Co-Chairs, Organizing Committee, Workshop on the Environment BARRY DELLINGER, Louisiana State University Origin and Control of Toxic Combustion By-Products DISCUSSION CHARLES E. KOLB, Aerodyne Research, Inc. Measurement Challenges and Strategies in Atmospheric and Environmental Chemistry DISCUSSION 10:20 BREAK 62

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APPENDIX C 63 JANET G. HERING, California Institute of Technology Biogeochemical Controls on the Occurrence and Mobility of Trace Metals in Groundwater 1 1:25 DISCUSSION 1 1:45 Lunch Session 2: The Chemistry of the Environment (Part 2) 1:00 1:30 1:50 2:20 2:40 3:45 4:00 5:00 6:00 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 7:30 Breakfast MARK THIEMENS, University of California, San Diego Measurements of Stable Isotopes in Atmospheric Species DISCUSSION FRANCOIS M. M. MOREL, Princeton University Chemistry of Trace Elements in Natural Waters DISCUSSION BREAKOUT SESSION: DISCOVERY What major discoveries or advances related to the environment have been made in the chemical sciences during the last several decades? BREAK Reports from breakout sessions (and discussion) RECEPTION BANQUET Speaker: WILLIAM F. FAREAND, Acting Deputy Assistant Administrator for Science, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Session 3: Manufacturing and Green Chemistry 8:00 UMA CHOWDHRY, DuPont 8:30 8:50 9:20 Sustainable Growth in the Chemical Industry DISCUSSION RUBEN G. CARBONEEE, North Carolina State University CO2-Based Technologies DISCUSSION

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64 APPENDIX C 9:40 BREAKOUT SESSION: INTERFACES What are the major environment-related discoveries and challenges at the interfaces between chemistry-chemical engineering and other disciplines, including biology, information science, materials science, and physics? 10:45 BREAK 11:00 Reports from breakout sessions (and discussion) 12:00 Lunch Session 4: Manufacturing and Green Chemistry (Part 2) 1:00 THOMAS W. ASMUS, DaimlerChrysler Corporation 1:30 1:50 2:20 2:40 3:45 4:00 5:00 Diesel Engines for a Clean Car? DISCUSSION MICHAEL K. STERN, Monsanto Company Environmentally Sound Agricultural Chemistry: From Process Technology to Biotechnology DISCUSSION BREAKOUT SESSION: CHALLENGES What are the environment-related grand challenges in the chemical sciences and engineering? BREAK Reports from breakout sessions and discussion ADJOURN FOR DAY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19 7:30 Breakfast Session 5: Environmental Remediation and Modeling 8:00 JAMES G. ANDERSON, Harvard University 8:30 8:50 9:20 A Developing Generation of Observation and Modeling Strategies DISCUSSION DAVID A. DIXON, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Modeling and Simulation for Environmental Science DISCUSSION

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APPENDIX C 9:40 BREAKOUT SESSION: INFRASTRUCTURE What are the issues at the intersection of environmental studies and the chemical sciences for which there are structural challenges and opportunities- in teaching, research, equipment and instrumentation, facilities, and personnel? 10:45 BREAK 11:00 Reports from breakout sessions (and discussion) 12:00 Wrap-up and closing remarks MARIO ,1. MOEINA, JOHN H. SEINFEED, Co-Chairs, Workshop Organizing Committee ADJOURN 65