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APPENDIX A HAZARDS WATCH: REDUCING DISASTER LOSSES THROUGH IMPROVED EARTH OBSERVATIONS October 22, 2003 The National Acaderr~es Room 100 500 Fifth Street Washington, DC AGE NDA A DISASTERS ROUNDTABLE WORKSHOP 8: 3 0 A M WE ECOME AND INTRODUCTIONS Williams Hooke, American Meteorological Society, Chair, Disasters Roundtable 8: 4 0 A M INTRODUCTION OF WORKSHOP OBJE CTIVE S Helen AL Wood, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adn~istration; Chair, Subcor~ttee on Disaster Reduction; Member, Disasters Roundtable S:50 AM THE VISIONFORANINTEGRATEDEARTHOBSERVATIONSYSTEM: OPPORTUNITIE S F OR DISASTE R RE DUCTION fir., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adn~istration; Co-Chair, Group on Earth Observations |0:00 AM BREAK 0: ~ 5 AM ACHIE VING INTE GRATE D E ARTH OBSE RVATIONS: CURRE NT STATUS Presentations end moderated Ion on the successful use of Earth observations in cat international disaster reduction efforts. Moderator: Ron Barks National Aeronautics and Space Adr~n~stration Mow Br~eho Secretariat on international Strategy for Disaster Reduction 15

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5~, National Oceanic and Atmosphenc A~istration; Chair, Committee on earth Observation Satellites ~1 1 ana up World Meteorological Organization ~ 1: 20 AM CURRENT STATUS: QUESTIONSAND DISCUSSION 12:00 NOON tUNCHBREAK I: 0 0 P M ODE NTIFYING CRITICAL E ARTH OBSE RVATION GAPS AND OPPORTUNITIE S RE KATE D TO DISASTE R RE DUCTION Presentations an] mo~erate]~ion on the cuticai gaps in cat Earth observation strategies an] s~tems. Moderator: Gene Whitney, Office of Science an] Techno~o~r Policy Char~es"Chip{'Groat,U.S.Geo~ogicaiSurvey 10 E gan. Washington MilitalyDepart~nt ~a~. USDA Forest Service 2: 3 0 P M CRITICAL GAPS AND OPPORTUNITIE S QUE STIONS AND DISCUSSION 3 :0 0 PM BREAK 3: ~ 5 P M THE WAY F ORWARD: DE VE E OPIN G A10 YE AR PLAN F OR ANTE GRATE D E ARTH OBSERVATIONS Presentations an] moderated lion of key outcorr~s, an] the ~ate] impierrentation planning Moderator: Helen ~ Wood, National Oceanic an] Atrrosphenc Ministration; Chair, Subcor~ttee on Disaster Reduction; Member, Disasters Roundtable Richard Anthes Un~versitvCorooration for Atmos~henc Research; Chair NRC Cor~ttee on NASA-NOAA Transition from Research to Operations Ghassem Asrar, National Aeronautics and Space A~istration ~ Ball Aerospace and Technologies Coop. 4:20 PM THE WAY FORWARD: QUESTIONSAND DISCUSSION 4: 5 0 PM CEOSING REMARKS W~iam~ Hooke, American Meteorological Society, Chair, Disasters Roundtable 5:00 PM ADJOURN 16