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Individuals Who Provided Input to the Committee

Over the past year, the committee has met four times to gather information and conduct deliberations. At several of these meetings, members of the atmospheric sciences community were invited to share their perspectives on study questions, both in sessions devoted to specific issues and in an “open mike” session when any comments were welcome. In addition, the committee made available a Web site through which members of the community could contribute comments (http://dels.nas.edu/basc/strat.shtml), met with the heads and chairs of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) universities, and held town hall sessions at the December 2004 fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union and at the January 2005 annual meeting of the American Meteorological Society. This input has been quite helpful in shaping the committee’s thinking. We acknowledge in particular the following individuals who made substantive comments in one or more of these venues:


Caspar Amman, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)

Richard Anthes, UCAR

Dave Atlas, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Robert C. Beardsley, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Richard Behnke, National Science Foundation (NSF)

Aaron Brasket, Energy Velocity, Boulder, Colorado

Rob Brue, University of California, Berkeley

Richard Carbone, NCAR

Frederick H. Carr, University of Oklahoma

Ron Cohen, University of California, Berkeley



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Strategic Guidance for the National Science Foundation’s Support of the Atmospheric Sciences: An Interim Report C Individuals Who Provided Input to the Committee Over the past year, the committee has met four times to gather information and conduct deliberations. At several of these meetings, members of the atmospheric sciences community were invited to share their perspectives on study questions, both in sessions devoted to specific issues and in an “open mike” session when any comments were welcome. In addition, the committee made available a Web site through which members of the community could contribute comments (http://dels.nas.edu/basc/strat.shtml), met with the heads and chairs of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) universities, and held town hall sessions at the December 2004 fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union and at the January 2005 annual meeting of the American Meteorological Society. This input has been quite helpful in shaping the committee’s thinking. We acknowledge in particular the following individuals who made substantive comments in one or more of these venues: Caspar Amman, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Richard Anthes, UCAR Dave Atlas, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Robert C. Beardsley, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Richard Behnke, National Science Foundation (NSF) Aaron Brasket, Energy Velocity, Boulder, Colorado Rob Brue, University of California, Berkeley Richard Carbone, NCAR Frederick H. Carr, University of Oklahoma Ron Cohen, University of California, Berkeley

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Strategic Guidance for the National Science Foundation’s Support of the Atmospheric Sciences: An Interim Report Ben de Foy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lori Del Negro, Lake Forest College Terry Deschler, University of Wyoming Kelvin Droegemeier, University of Oklahoma Jay Fein, NSF Jack Fellows, UCAR Carl Friedman, New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology John Gaynor, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Peter Gilman, NCAR Maura Hagan, NCAR Chuck Hakkarinen, Electric Power Research Institute, Retired Kevin Hamilton, University of Hawaii Ernest Hildner, Space Environment Center, NOAA David Hofmann, Climate Monitoring and Diagnostics Laboratory, NOAA Clifford Jacobs, NSF Roberta Johnson, UCAR Peter Kallay, University of California, Davis Al Kellie, NCAR Jeff Kiehl, NCAR Timothy Killeen, NCAR Joe Klemp, NCAR Michael Knoeckler, NCAR Paul Krehbiel, New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology Bill Kuo, NCAR David Legler, CLIVAR Project Office Doug Lilly, University of Oklahoma Roland List, University of Toronto Denise Mauzerall, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University R. C. Mercure, Jr., CDM Optics, Inc. Christopher Mooers, University of Miami Jarvis Moyers, NSF Sandy MacDonald, Forecast Systems Laboratory, NOAA Chris McCormick, Broad Reach Engineering, Boulder, Colorado Danny McKenna, NCAR Natalie Mahowald, NCAR William Neff, Environmental Technology Laboratory, NOAA Raj Pandya, UCAR Dave Parsons, NCAR Annick Pouqet, NCAR Lynn Preston, NSF Gene Rasmusson, University of Maryland, College Park Roy Rasmusson, NCAR

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