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APPENDIX B ATafionaI Research Cocci! Workshop on fle National Ecological Observatory ATefwork AGENDA Date: June 10, 2003 Location: The National Academy of Sciences Building, Washington, DC 1:30 - 1:40 p.m. Introductions and description of the Web cast format G. David Tilman, University of Minnesota 1:40 - 2:40 Sponsoring agency's perspective on "The National Ecological Observatory Network" and the reason for this study Mary Clutter, Joann Roskoski and Sonya Mallinoff, National Science Foundation 2:40 - 3:45 Views of other relevant government agencies Abigail Miller, The National Park Service Jeffrey Frithsen, US Environmental Protection Agency Jerry Elwood, US Department of Energy Allen Dedrick, US Department of Agriculture- Agricultural Research Services Linda Gundersen, US Geological Survey 105

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NEON: ADDRESSING THE NATION'S ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES 3:45 - 4:00 Break 4:00 - 5:00 Views of professional societies and organizations Kent Holsinger, American Institute of Biological Sciences Nadine L.ymn, Ecological Society of America Anthony Janetos, The H. John Heinz Center for Science, Economics and the Environment Scott MiDer, National Museum of Natural History Louis Pitelka, Association of Ecosystem Research Center (statement read by NRC staff 106