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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B-- Workshop Agenda and Participant List." National Research Council. 2014. Review of the National Science Foundation's Division on Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Draft Goals and Objectives Document. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18887.
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Appendix B
Workshop Agenda and Participant List

Review of the National Science Foundation’s
Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences
Draft Science Goals and Objectives


March 31‐April 1, 2014

National Academies’ Keck Center

Room Keck 100

500 Fifth St., NW

Washington, DC 20001

Workshop Goals

Workshop participants will review and discuss the draft Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences (AGS) draft science goals and objectives. The following key questions will be addressed:

  • Are the goals and objectives clear and appropriate?
  • Are there any content areas missing from the draft that should be present if AGS is to achieve its overall vision and mission?
  • Are there adequate mechanisms for coordinating and integrating issues that involve multiple disciplines and multiple divisions within NSF and other agencies within the atmospheric and geospace sciences enterprise?

The workshop also includes a brief, forward‐looking session where participants will discuss “research frontiers” AGS might consider pursuing in light of the goals and objectives that have been identified (and those that have been acknowledged as missing).

Monday, March 31, 2014
OPEN SESSION
9:30AM Welcoming remarks and introduction Susan Avery, WHOI
9:45AM AGS leadership will discuss motivations for the activity and the goals and purpose of the document Michael Morgan, NSF
10:15AM AGS addresses questions from committee/participants
Michael Morgan
David Verardo
Rich Behnke
Stephan Nelson
11:00AM (Q1) Are the goals and objectives clear and appropriate?
Suggested Citation:"Appendix B-- Workshop Agenda and Participant List." National Research Council. 2014. Review of the National Science Foundation's Division on Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Draft Goals and Objectives Document. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18887.
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Provocateur: Jennifer Logan, Harvard University
11:15AM Discussion
12:15PM Lunch
1:30PM (Q2) Are there any content areas missing from the draft that should be present if AGS is to achieve its overall vision and mission?
Provocateur: Amy Clement, University of Miami
1:45PM Discussion
2:45PM Break
3:15PM (Q3) Are there adequate mechanisms for coordinating and integrating issues that involve multiple disciplines and multiple divisions within NSF and other agencies within the atmospheric and geospace sciences enterprise?
Provocateur: Dan Baker, University of Colorado, Boulder
3:30PM Discussion
4:30PM General discussion
5:15PM Begin session on AGS research frontiers: A forward‐looking session where participants will discuss “research frontiers” AGS might consider pursuing in light of the goals and objectives that have been identified (and those that have been acknowledged as missing)
Provocateur: James Kinter, COLA

Summary of research frontiers from Strategic Guidance

for NSF’s Support of the Atmospheric Sciences Chuck Kolb, Aerodyne Research Inc.

Summary of research frontiers from Solar and Space Physics:

A Science for a Technological Society Dan Baker, University of Colorado, Boulder
6:00PM Adjourn for the day
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
OPEN SESSION
7:30AM Breakfast
8:00AM Continued discussion on AGS research frontiers
Provocateur: James Kinter, COLA
10:15AM Break
10:45AM Continued discussion on Goals and Objectives Document
Provocateur: John Nielson‐Gammon, Texas A&M University
Suggested Citation:"Appendix B-- Workshop Agenda and Participant List." National Research Council. 2014. Review of the National Science Foundation's Division on Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Draft Goals and Objectives Document. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18887.
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12:00PM Lunch
1:30PM Recap of discussion Susan Avery, WHOI
Focus on identifying any concerns that remain unresolved
2:00PM Workshop Adjourns
Suggested Citation:"Appendix B-- Workshop Agenda and Participant List." National Research Council. 2014. Review of the National Science Foundation's Division on Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Draft Goals and Objectives Document. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18887.
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PARTICIPANT LIST

Manda Adams, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

David T. Allen, University of Texas at Austin

Nick Anderson, NSF

Linnea Avallone, NSF

Susan Avery, WHOI*

Daniel N. Baker, University of Colorado at Boulder*

Anjuli Bamzai, NSF

Ana Barros, Duke University

Richard Behnke, NSF

Carol Ann Clayson, WHOI

Amy Clement, University of Miami*

Kim Cobb, Georgia Institute of Technology

Teresa Davies, NSF

Russell Dickerson, University of Maryland

Eric DeWeaver, NSF

Neil Donahue, Carnegie Mellon University

Phil Erikson, MIT Haystack Observatory

Thomas Fahy, Capitol Meteorologics

Sarah Gibson, NCAR

David Green, NOAA

Vanda Grubisic, NCAR

James Hack, ORNL

Gannet Hallar, NSF

Mike Henry, UCAR

Joe Huba, Naval Research Laboratory

W. Jeffrey Hughes, Boston University*

Everette Joseph, University at Albany

James L. Kinter III, Center for Ocean‐Land-Atmosphere Studies*

Charles E. Kolb, Aerodyne Research, Inc.*

Gary Lackmann, North Carolina State University

Ruth Lieberman, GATS, Inc.

Michael Liemohn, University of Michigan

Jennifer A. Logan, Harvard University*

Gang Lu, NCAR

Paul Markowski, Penn State University

David McLaughlin, University of Massachusetts

Michael McPhaden, NOAA

Shalini Mohleji, AMS

Michael Morgan, NSF

Rebecca Morss, NCAR

Stephan Nelson, NSF

John W. Nielsen‐Gammon, Texas A&M University*

Terry Onsager, NOAA

Robert Palmer, University of Oklahoma

Joyce Penner, University of Michigan

Yvette Richardson, Penn State University

Walter Robinson, North Carolina State University

Ilia Roussev, NSF

Sarah Ruth, NSF

Ross Salawitch, University of Maryland

Tiffany Shaw, Columbia University

Ron Smith, Yale University

Istvan Szunyogh, Texas A&M University

Jeffrey P. Thayer, University of Colorado at Boulder

David Titley, Penn State University

David Verardo, NSF

William Vizuete, University of North Carolina

Mike Wiltberger, NCAR

*denotes a committee member

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B-- Workshop Agenda and Participant List." National Research Council. 2014. Review of the National Science Foundation's Division on Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Draft Goals and Objectives Document. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18887.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B-- Workshop Agenda and Participant List." National Research Council. 2014. Review of the National Science Foundation's Division on Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Draft Goals and Objectives Document. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18887.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B-- Workshop Agenda and Participant List." National Research Council. 2014. Review of the National Science Foundation's Division on Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Draft Goals and Objectives Document. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18887.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B-- Workshop Agenda and Participant List." National Research Council. 2014. Review of the National Science Foundation's Division on Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Draft Goals and Objectives Document. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18887.
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