9:10

Terrestrial Ecosystems, Carbon Stocks, and the UNFCCC

Bob Watson, World Bank

9:40

Discussion

Ian Roy Noble, World Bank

10:30

Break

11:00

National and International Greenhouse Gas Inventory System: Technical Requirements, Project Accounting, and Uncertainty

Dina Kruger, EPA

11:30

Discussion

John Kimble, USDA/Natural Resources Conservation Service

12:00 p.m.

Lunch—Room 100

1:30

Consideration of Spatial Scales and Timescales in Assessing Carbon Stocks and Fluxes

George Hurtt, University of New Hampshire

1:50

Separating Direct Human-Induced Changes from Other Effects

Jen Jenkins, University of Vermont (presented by Richard Birdsey)

2:10

Discussion

Ann Camp, Yale University

2:30

Break

3:00

Estimates of Carbon Stocks and Fluxes from Land Use Change

Christine Goodale, Woods Hole Research Center

3:30

Estimates of Carbon Stocks and Fluxes from Forestry Activities

Evan DeLucia, University of Illinois Urbana-Champagne

3:50

Estimates of Carbon Stocks and Fluxes from Agricultural Activities

Cesar Izaurralde, Battelle,

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

4:20

Discussion

Perry Hagenstein

4:50

Summary of Key Issues, General Discussion

Richard Houghton, Woods Hole Research Center

5:30

Wrap-up and Adjourn for the Day

Michael Prather, Chair



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