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Appendix A Agenda WORKSHOP ON GENETICALLY ENGINEERED ORGANISMS, WILDLIFE, AND HABITATS Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center of the National Academies Irvine, CA November 5-6, 2007 Monday, Noember , 00 Session I: Introduction and Setting the Stage 8:00 a.m. Welcome and Workshop Overview Anne Kapuscinski, Chair, Planning Committee 8:15 Biological Sciences at the U.S. Geological Survey Robert Szaro, USGS 8:30 GEOs and the USDA Biotechnology Risk Assessment Research Grants Program: What’s Here, What’s Coming? Chris Wozniak, USDA 8:45 Panel Discussion With Session I Speakers Session II: Current Research on Effects of GEOs on Terrestrial and Aquatic Wildlife and Habitats 9:10 Research on Effects of GE Crops on Terrestrial Wildlife and Their Natural Habitats LaReesa Wolfenbarger, University of Nebraska 

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8 APPENDIX A 9:30 Research on Effects of GE Trees on Wildlife and Their Natural Habitats, Chung-Jui Tsai, Michigan Tech University 9:50 Break 10:10 Research on Effects of GE Fish on Aquatic Wildlife and Their Natural Habitats Robert Devlin, Fisheries and Oceans Canada 10:30 Research on Effects of GE Microbes on Wildlife and Their Natural Habitats Michael Allen, University of California at Riverside 10:50 Research on Effects of GE Insects on Wildlife and Their Natural Habitats Thomas Miller, University of California at Riverside 11:10 Panel Discussion with Session II Speakers 11:30 Working Lunch Session III: Fundamental and Cross-cutting Research Issues for Assessing Ecological Effects of GEOs 12:30 p.m. Research Approaches from Invasion Ecology Diane Larson, USGS 12:50 Working from the Gene and Organism Upward, Paul Gepts, University of California at Davis 1:10 Strategies for Detecting Ecological Effects of GEOs in Nature Michelle Marvier, Santa Clara University 1:30 Panel Discussion with Session III Speakers 2:00 Break Session IV: Breakout Session by Ecosystem Type 2:15 Review Charge to Participants: Identify Priority Areas for Research on Ecological Effects of GEOs

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 APPENDIX A 2:30 4 Breakout Groups (Refer to Breakout Instructions for Group Assignments) • Agriculture/Wildland (Terrestrial and Aquatic) Interface (2 Groups) • Silviculture/Wild Forest Interface • Aquaculture/Aquatic Habitat Interface 5:00 Adjourn for the Day Tuesday, Noember , 00 Session V: Summary and Synthesis of Session IV from Breakout Groups 8:00 a.m. Presentations from Each Session IV Breakout Group • 10 Minute Presentation and 5 Minute Discussion Per Group • s a Group, Identify a Combined List of 4 Priorities. A These 4 Priorities Will Define the Breakout Groups for Session VI 9:30 Break Session VI: Breakout Session by Priority Area 10:00 Review Charge to Participants: • dentify Fundamental Information Needs and I Prioritize Specific Research Directions and Questions • dentify Existing Research, Surveillance, and I Monitoring Activities that Might Serve as Platform for Research on GEOs 10:15 Breakout Groups by Priority Area 12:30 p.m. Working Lunch Session VII: Summary and Synthesis of Session VI from Breakout Groups 1:30 Presentations From Each Session VI Breakout Group • 0 Minute Presentation and 5 Minute Discussion Per 1 Group

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0 APPENDIX A Session VIII: Plenary Discussion 2:30 Group Discussion • hat Were Common Themes Among the Various W Breakout Groups? • ow Can USGS and Other Groups Build on Current H Activities to Advance Our Knowledge of These Effects on Terrestrial and Aquatic Wildlife and Their Habitats? 3:30 Concluding Remarks Norm Ellstrand, Bruce Tabashnik, and Anne Kapuscinski 4:00 Adjourn