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Appendix B Symposium Agenda and Participants Agenda Symposium Chairman: Richard A. Anthes 0830 Opening Remarks Richard A. Anthes, National Center for Atmospheric Research 0840 Introduction -Alan Hecht, National Climate Program Office Chairman, Morning Session: Robert Sievers, University of Colorado 0900 0920 0930 0950 1000 Global Change and the Changing Atmosphere -William C. Clark, Harvard University Discussion Stratospheric Ozone Depletion: Global Processes Daniel L. Albritton, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Discussion Stratospheric Ozone Depletion: Antarctic Processes -Robert T. Watson, National Aeronautics and Space Administration 108

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APPENDIX B 1020 1030 1045 1105 1115 109 Discussion Break The Role of Halocarbons in Stratospheric Ozone Depletion -F. Sherwood Rowland, University of California, Irvine _ ~ ~ 1scusslon Heterogeneous Chemical Processes in Ozone Depletion -Mario J. Molina, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration 1135 Discussion 1145 Lunch Chairman, Afternoon Session: Robert E. Dickinson, National Center for Atmospheric Research 1245 1305 1315 1335 1345 1405 1415 1435 1445 1500 1520 Free Radicals in the Earth's Atmosphere: Measurement and Interpretation -- James G. Anderson, Harvard University Discussion Theoretical Projections of Stratospheric Change due to Increasing Greenhouse Gases and Changing Ozone Concentrations Jerry D. MahIman, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Discussion Historical Trends in Atmospheric Methane Concentration and the Temperature Sensitivity of Methane Outgassing from Boreal and Polar Regions -Robert C. Harriss, Langley Research Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Discussion Global Temperature Trends Kevin E. Trenberth, National Center for Atmospheric Research Discussion Break Use of Numerical Modem to Project Greenhouse Gas Induced Warming in Polar Regions (The Conceptual Basis Developed Over the Last Twenty Years) Robert E. Dickinson, National Center for Atmospheric Research Discussion

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110 1530 1545 1600 1715 1745 1800 APPENDIX B European Research and Views Dieter H. Ehhalt, Federal Republic of Germany International Programs S. {chtiaque Rasool, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Pane} Discussion Richard A. Anthes, Chairman Eugene Bierly, National Science Foundation Robert Dickinson, National Center for Atmospheric Research ]. Michael Hall, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Alan Hecht, National Climate Program Office Noel Hinners, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Robert Sievers, University of Colorado Closing Remarks, Richard A. Anthes Adjourn Reception Participants Members, Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate R. Anthes, Chairman J. Anderson K. Bryan R. Cicerone A. Dessler J. Dutton J. Gerber M. Glantz Members, Climate Research Committee R. Dickinson, Chairman D. J. Baker I. Fung A. Gordon A. Leetmaa T. Graede] J. Hovermale R. Johnson T. N. Krishnamurti J. Nogues-Paegle C. Rooth W. Washington J. MahIman E. Sarachik J. Sarmiento K. Trenberth J. Walsh

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APPENDIX B Members, Committee on Atmospheric Chemistry R. Sievers, Chairman W. Chameides D. Ehhalt F. Fehsenfeld Guests 111 R. Harries C. Kolb F. S. Rowland T. Ager, U.S. Geological Surrey D. Albritton, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration J. Angell, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration E. Bierly, National Science Foundation W. C. Bolhofer, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration P. Brewer, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution R. Cooper, Congress T. Cremins, Institute of Security and Cooperation in Outer Space T. Delaca, National Science Foundation J. Diamante, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration B. Doe, U.S. Geological Survey B. Doos, National Climate Program Office, NOAA E. Epstein, National Weather Service, NOAA R. Etkins, National Climate Program Office, NOAA J. Fein, National Science Foundation W. Forster, Department of Energy L. Gray, Jr., Chemical Manufacturers Association L. Green, Jr., ECAL R. Greenfield, National Science Foundation J. M. Hall, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration R. Haligren, National Weather Service, NOAA J. Hansen, National Aeronautics and Space Administration L. Hanson, University of Rhode Island A. Hecht, National Climate Program Office, NOAA R. Hirsch, Department of Energy J. Hoffman, Environmental Protection Agency W. Hooke, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration J. Jordan, National Science Foundation J. Joyce, National Science Foundation J. Justus, Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress P. Jutro, Environmental Protection Agency R. Keesee, National Science Foundation J. Kermond K. Kimball, Congress

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112 APPENDIX B M. Kurylo, National Aeronautics and Space Administration J. Laurmann, consultant R. Lavoie, National Weather Service, NOAA J. Mahoney, NAPAP M. Manton, Burke, Australia R. J. McNeal, National Aeronautics and Space Administration M. McShea, Congress M. Molina, Jet Propulsion Laboratory W. R. Mooman, World Resources Institute C. Moore, Congress ]. Moyers, National Science Foundation M. Nelson, Congress S. Oaks, Congress G. Ohring, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration R. Pomerance, World Resources Institute J. Rasmussen, National Weather Service, NOAA S. I. Rasool, National Aeronautics and Space Administration R. J. Reed, University of Washington M. Riches, Department of Energy N. Rosenberg, Resources for the Future R. Schiffer, National Aeronautics and Space Administration S. Shimberg, Congress K. Smythe, Science and Policy Association D. Stirling, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research N. Strommen, U.S. Department of Agriculture G. Tesi, National Science Foundation R. Watson, National Aeronautics and Space Administration G. Wetstone, Congress H. Wiser, Environmental Protection Agency Staff, National Academy of Sciences/National Academy of Engineering/National Research Council K. Bergman R. DeFries A. Hoffman D. Hunt R. Kasper M. H. Katsouros J. Mackaness N. Metzger T. Milan J. S. Perry M. Uman F. D. White R. M. White