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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Workshop Attendees." National Research Council. 2003. Estimating Climate Sensitivity: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10787.
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APPENDIX C
WORKSHOP ATTENDEES

Panelists and Presenters

Natalia Andronova, University of Illinois

Rosina Bierbaum, University of Michigan

Anthony Broccoli, NOAA/GFDL

William Collins, NCAR

Jonathan Gregory, Hadley Centre

Jerry Mahlman, NCAR

Michael Mann, University of Virginia

Richard Moss, Climate Change Science Program/U.S. Global Change Research Program

Joyce Penner, University of Michigan

Michael Prather, University of California, Irvine

Venkatchalam Ramaswamy, NOAA/GFDL

Eugene Rasmusson, University of Maryland

Michael Schlesinger, University of Illinois

Peter Stone, MIT

Tom Wigley, NCAR

Guests

Don Anderson, NASA

David Bader, DOE / PNNL

Randy Dole, NOAA

Britt Erickson, American Chemical Society ES&T

Charles Hakkarinen

John Houghton, DOE

Jane Leggett, EPA

David Legler, US CLIVAR

Michael Leifman, EPA

Michael MacCracken

Kuan- Man Xu, NASA

Christopher Miller, NOAA

Stephen Reid, NSF

Richard Rood, NSF

Tony Socci, EPA

NRC Staff

Chris Elfring, BASC Director

Laurie Geller, BASC Senior Program Officer

Elizabeth A. Galinis, BASC Project Assistant

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Workshop Attendees." National Research Council. 2003. Estimating Climate Sensitivity: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10787.
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“Climate sensitivity” is a term used to characterize the response of the climate system to an imposed forcing, and is most commonly used to mean the equilibrium global mean surface temperature change that occurs in response to a doubling of atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration. The purpose of this workshop was to explore current capabilities and limitations in quantifying climate sensitivity and consider whether there are alternative approaches for characterizing climate response that might better suit the information needs of policy makers.

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