Appendix B

Workshop on the Lessons and Legacies of International Polar Year 2007-2008: Agenda and Participant List

June 15-16,2011
Convened by the National Research Council
Polar Research Hoard

The National Conference Center (NCC)
18980 Upper Belmont Place Drive
Leesburg, VA 20176

AGENDA

Wednesday, June 15,2011-Loudon Room

7:15 am—Registration and Working Breakfast available Loudon Room

8:00

Welcome from NRC Committee Co-chairs Julie Brigham-Grette and Bob Bindschadler

8:15

Opening remarks—Karl Erb, National Science Foundation

Plenary Session: Discoveries

(Moderator: Mary Albert)

8:30

Stories from the Ice, Ice Sheet and Sea Ice Discoveries from IPY Don Perovich, ERDC-CRREL and Ted Scambos, NSIDC

8:45

Oceanographic Activities During IPY 2007-2008: Key Discoveries and Future Activities Jackie Grebmeier, University of Maryland

9:00

IPY Discoveries Within the Linked Spheres of Ice, Water, and Air: From Sea Ice to Stratosphere Cecilia Bitz, University of Washington and Terry Deshler, University of Wyoming

9:15

History of Polar Climates: The IPY Contributions Richard Alley, Pennsylvania State University

9:30

Q&A

10:00

Break

Working Groups: Discoveries

10:15

8 working groups each with assigned Moderator and Rapporteur (Note: selected topics and questions to be addressed are forthcoming)

12:00-l:l5pm

Working Lunch available

Plenary Session: Working Groups Report on Discoveries

(Moderator: John Cassano)

1:15

8 Moderator/Rapporteurs report back for 5 minutes each using a maximum of 2 slides

1:55

Open Q&A and discussion



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Appendix B Workshop on the Lessons and Legacies of International Polar Year 2007-2008: Agenda and Participant List June 15-16, 2011 Convened by the National Research Council Polar Research Board The National Conference Center (NCC) 18980 Upper Belmont Place Drive Leesburg, VA 20176 AGENDA Wednesday, June 15, 2011—Loudon Room 7:15 am—Registration and Working Breakfast available Loudon Room 8:00 Welcome from NRC Committee Co-chairs Julie Brigham-Grette and Bob Bindschadler 8:15 Opening remarks—Karl Erb, National Science Foundation Plenary Session: Discoveries (Moderator: Mary Albert) 8:30 Stories from the Ice, Ice Sheet and Sea Ice Discoveries from IPY Don Perovich, ERDC-CRREL and Ted Scambos, NSIDC 8:45 Oceanographic Activities During IPY 2007-2008: Key Discoveries and Future Activities Jackie Grebmeier, University of Maryland 9:00 IPY Discoveries Within the Linked Spheres of Ice, Water, and Air: From Sea Ice to Stratosphere Cecilia Bitz, University of Washington and Terry Deshler, University of Wyoming 9:15 History of Polar Climates: The IPY Contributions Richard Alley, Pennsylvania State University 9:30 Q&A 10:00 Break Working Groups: Discoveries 10:15 8 working groups each with assigned Moderator and Rapporteur (Note: selected topics and questions to be addressed are forthcoming) 12:00-1:15 pm Working Lunch available Plenary Session: Working Groups Report on Discoveries (Moderator: John Cassano) 1:15 8 Moderator/Rapporteurs report back for 5 minutes each using a maximum of 2 slides 1:55 Open Q&A and discussion 127

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128 APPENDIX B Plenary Session: Tools of the IPY (Moderator: Larry Hinzman) 2:30 Satellites and Aircraft and the Transformation of Polar Paradigms Waleed Abdalati, National Aeronautics and Space Administration 2:45 Observing Systems New and Old Facilitating Polar Research Peter Schlosser, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University 3:00 Application of Genomics Tools Across Polar Biology Jody Deming, University of Washington 3:15 Q&A 3:45 Break Plenary Session: People (Moderator: Tom Taylor) 4:00 The People of POLAR-PALOOZA (aka “The Real Researchers of IPY”) Geoffrey Haines Styles, POLAR-PALOOZA/P2K 4:15 IPY EOC: Inspiring Projects Yielding Enthusiasm and Outstanding Capacity Jenny Baeseman, Association of Polar Early Career Scientists 4:30 Q&A 5:00 Visit draft report outline Bob Bindschadler 5:30 Goals for evening and day 2 Julie Brigham-Grette 5:45 ADJOURN 6:30 Reception followed by Working Dinner for all participants - West Terrace **Shuttle departs at 8:30 pm from the NCC for the Springhill Suites Hotel** Thursday, June 16, 2011—Loudon Room ** Shuttle departs at 7:00 am and 7:15 am from the Springhill Suites Dulles to NCC** 7:15 am—Working Breakfast available Loudon Room 8:00 Highlights from Day 1, Plan for the Day 2 Julie Brigham-Grette and Bob Bindschadler Working Groups: Tools of the IPY and People 8:15 4 working groups each with assigned Moderator and Rapporteur—Tools of the IPY (Note: selected topics and questions to be addressed are forthcoming) 4 working groups each with assigned Moderator and RapporteurPeople of the IPY (Note: selected topics and questions to be addressed are forthcoming) Plenary Session: Working Groups Report on Tools and People (Moderator: Eileen Hofmann) 9:45 8 Moderator/Rapporteurs report back for 5 minutes each using maximum of 2 slides 10:25 Open Q&A and discussion Plenary Session: Knowledge to Action (Moderator: Stephanie Pfirman) 10:45 The Arctic: No Longer an Optional Ocean Mead Treadwell, Lt. Governor of Alaska 11:00 From IPY Testbeds to Innovative Communities of Practice Hajo Eicken, University of Alaska Fairbanks 11:15 Open Q&A 11:45-1:00pm Working Lunch available

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129 APPENDIX B Plenary Session: Reflections (Moderator: Igor Krupnik) 1:00 Leaders, Lessons and Legacies: The Sponsors’ Global Perspective Carthage Smith, International Council for Science 1:15 Icebreakers and Kayaks: Ideas of Many Sizes in This IPY Dave Carlson, UNAVCO 1:30 Learning Other Languages Fae Korsmo, National Science Foundation 1:45 Open Q&A Working Groups: Knowledge to Action and Reflections 2:00 4 working groups each with assigned Moderator and Rapporteur—Knowledge to Action (Note: selected topics and questions to be addressed are forthcoming) 4 working groups each with assigned Moderator and Rapporteur—Reflections (Note: selected topics and questions to be addressed are forthcoming) 3:30 Break Plenary Session: Working Groups Report on K2A and Reflections (Moderator: Chris Rapley) 3:45 8 Moderator/Rapporteurs report back for 5 minutes each using maximum of 2 slides 4:25 Open Q&A and discussion—Revisit Outline Closing Remarks 5:00 Bob Bindschadler and Julie Brigham-Grette ADJOURN Friday, June 17, 2011Loudon Room 8:00 amWorking Breakfast available 8:30 NRC IPY Committee meeting - Closed Session 3:00 ADJOURN PARTICIPANTS Waleed Abdalati, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Mary Albert, Dartmouth College Richard Alley, Pennsylvania State University Jenny Baeseman, Association of Polar Early Career Scientists Bob Bindschadler, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Sara Bowden, International Arctic Science Committee Julie Brigham-Grette, University of Massachusetts, Amherst John Cassano, University of Colorado, Boulder Rob DeConto, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Jody Deming, University of Washington Terry Deshler, University of Wyoming Hugh Ducklow, The Ecosystems Center at Marine Biological Laboratory Hajo Eicken, University of Alaska, Fairbanks Karen Frey, Clark University Shari Gearhard, University of Colorado, Boulder, National Snow and Ice Data Center Victoria Gofman, Aleut International Association/Bering Sea Sub-Network (BSSN) Prasad Gogineni, University of Kansas

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130 APPENDIX B Jackie Grebmeier, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Studies Geoffrey Haines-Stiles, POLAR-PALOOZA/P2K William Hammer, Augustana College David Hik, University of Alberta, President IASC Larry Hinzman, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, International Arctic Research Center Eileen Hofmann, Old Dominion University Bernice Joseph, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, College of Rural and Community Development Chuck Kennicutt, Texas A&M University, President SCAR Fae Korsmo, National Science Foundation Igor Krupnik, Smithsonian Institution Roger Launius, Smithsonian Institution Amy Lauren Lovecraft, University of Alaska, Fairbanks Doug Martinson, Columbia University Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Jeremy Mathis, University of Alaska, Fairbanks Joe McConnell, Desert Research Institute Walt Meier, University of Colorado, Boulder, National Snow and Ice Data Center Flavio Mendez, National Science Teachers Association Vera Metcalf, Eskimo Walrus Commission Alison Murray, Desert Research Institute Mark Parsons, University of Colorado, Boulder, National Snow and Ice Data Center Donald Perovich, U.S. Army ERDC-Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab Stephanie Pfirman, Barnard College Ross Powell, Northern Illinois University Frank Rack, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Chris Rapley, University College London Vladimir Romanovsky, University of Alaska, Fairbanks Hal Salzman, Rutgers University Ted Scambos, University of Colorado, Boulder, National Snow and Ice Data Center Peter Schlosser, Columbia University, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Mark Serreze, University of Colorado, Boulder ,National Snow and Ice Data Center Carthage Smith, International Council for Science Elena Bautista Sparrow, University of Alaska, Fairbanks Lisa Speer, Natural Resources Defense Council Sharon Stammerjohn, University of California, Santa Cruz Michelle Toohey, Deputy Chief of Staff to Mead Treadwell John Toole, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Mead Treadwell, Lieutenant Governor of Alaska Craig Tweedie, University of Texas, El Paso Isabella Velicogna, University of California, Irvine Ross Virginia, Darmouth College Diana Wall, Colorado State University Katie Walter, University of Alaska, Fairbanks Allan Weatherwax, Siena College Wilford Weeks, University of Alaska, Fairbanks James W hite, University of Colorado, Boulder, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research Doug Wiens, Washington University, St. Louis Terry Wilson, The Ohio State University