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Critical Infrastructure for Ocean Research and Societal Needs in 2030 Appendix B Speakers for Ocean Infrastructure Strategy Workshop, February 2-3, 2010 HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH MEETING 2 OF THE NRC COMMITTEE ON AN OCEAN INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGY FOR U.S. OCEAN RESEARCH IN 2030 Session 1: Facilities AL PLUEDDEMANN, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution “Sustained Time Series Observations—2030” PETE BARLETTO and JOHN DELANEY, University of Washington “High Bandwidth and Abundant Power: A Foundation for Next Generation Science in the Ocean Basins” DOUG TOOMEY, University of Oregon “Seismological Contributions to Understanding Earth’s Dynamic Systems in 2030” GWYN GRIFFITHS, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton “The Evolving Nature of Ocean Infrastructure in the Hands of PIs, Facilities and Contractors” JIM BELLINGHAM, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute “One Vision of Ocean Robots in 2030: Pervasive, Persistent, and Busy” TIM LEACH, The Glosten Associates “Designers View of Future Impacts on R/Vs” Session 2: A Different Perspective E. PAUL OBERLANDER, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution “Conceptual Illustration to Create a Vision of Ocean Infrastructure” GUY NORDENSON, Princeton University/Guy Nordenson and Associates “On the Water | Palisade Bay and MoMA/Rising Currents: Design Research and Analysis of a New New York Upper Harbor” Session 3: Instrumentation GINGER ARMBRUST, University of Washington “Oceanography in the Genomics Era”
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Critical Infrastructure for Ocean Research and Societal Needs in 2030 DEIRDRE MELDRUM, Arizona State University “Swarming Sensorbots to Understand the Oceans” LIZ KUJAWINSKI, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution “Organic Biogeochemistry: From Molecules to Microbes to Global Change” BOB CARLSON, Honeywell “Ocean Sensing and Instrumentation in 2030” DAVE WHELAN, The Boeing Company “Future Aerospace Systems” TIM STANTON, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution “Sonar Remote Sensing of Marine Organisms in the Year 2030” TOM WEBER, University of New Hampshire “Some Thoughts on Acoustic Remote Sensing of the Ocean in 2030: Integrating and Expanding Approaches” Session 4: Data and Modeling BOB HALLBERG, NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory “Global Ocean Simulation and Climate Projection Infrastructure Needs for 2030” SHUYI CHEN, University of Miami “Fully Coupled Modeling for Ocean Prediction in Coming Decades” ENRIQUE CURCHITSER, Rutgers University “Ocean Research (in 2030) as Part of the Earth System: A Modeler’s Perspective” PETER FOX, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute “Ocean and Marine Informatics in 2030” DAN FAY, Microsoft “Surfing the Oceans of Data to 2030: An eScience Perspective”