GLOBAL CHANGE EDUCATION PROGRAM

GCEP 2001
End-of-Summer WORKSHOP

Environmental and Molecular
Sciences Laboratory (EMSL)
User Housing Facility
Richland, WA

August 18-21 , 2001

AGENDA

 

August 18 , 2001 - Saturday

12:00-6:00

SURE and GREF Registration at User Housing Facility

Evening Session - User Housing Facility

 

7:00

Greetings and Introductions
Milton Constantin
Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Jeffrey Gaffney
Argonne National Laboratory

Teresa Zinn
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

7:30

Dinner (your choice)
Columbia Mall
Kinnewick, WA

8:30 Return to User Housing Facility
August 19 , 2001 - Sunday  
7:00-8:00 Continental Breakfast
Room 1075
8:00-10:00 Poster Set-up for SURE Fellows
Lobby, Hallway and Room 1075
10:30-11:00

Introduction and Poster Presentation - SURE - Room 1077

Laura Alvarez-Aviles
Gabrielle Dreyfus
David Dunston
Jason Fults
Erin Hanlon
Neiza Hernandez
Fara Ilami
John Iorio
David Loehlin

11:00-1:00
Lobby, Hallway and Room 1075
First SURE Group Poster Presentations
& Box Lunch
1:00-1:30

Introduction and Poster Presentation - SURE/GREF - Room 1077

Claire Lunch
Monica Martinez
Heidi Ochsner
Cynthia Randles
Sarah Reed
Victor Rodriguez
Tiffany Steadham
Brent Williams

GREF Presentations
Lisa Ainsworth
Heidi Bialk
Julia Liao
Erika Marin-Spiotta

 

1:30-3:30

Lobby, Hallway and Room 1075
Second SURE/GREF Group Poster Presentations

3:30

Afternoon Break
4:00-5:50
GREF Fellows Stand-up Presentations
Room 1077
4:00

Modeling Past and Forecasting Future Deforestation
in the Southern Yucatan Region of Mexico:
Advancing Methods for Estimation of The
Greenhouse Gas Benefits of Land Use Projects
Christopher Busch
University of California-Berkeley

4:15

Using Tree-Rings to Study Historical Growth and Climate
Relationships: Instights for the Future
Neil Pederson
Columbia University
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory

4:30
Tropospheric Ozone Production as
Influenced by Solar Irradiance
Shelby Winiecki
University of Chicago
4:45
Predicting the Effect of Climate Change
on a Marine Snail
Sarah Gilman
University of California - Davis
5:00
Quantifying Natural Climate Change:
Reconstructing Holocene Thermocline
Variation in the Tropical Atlantic
Christina Farmer
Columbia University
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
5:15
Aqueous Phase Production of Ethyl Nitrate
Elizabeth Dahl
University of California - Irvine
5:30 Adjourn
7:00 Dinner (your choice)
Columbia Mall
Kinnewick, WA
   
August 20 , 2001 - Monday  
7:30-8:15 Breakfast - on your own - PNNL Cafeteria
Sessions held in EMSL Room 1077  
8:30-9:00

Welcome to Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Bill Rogers

Comments
Milton Constantin
Jeffrey Gaffney

9:30 -10:00
Time-resolved Observation of Heterogenous
Chemistry in Individual Atmospheric Particles
Alexander Laskin
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10:00-10:30
Modeling the Global Aerosol Distribution and its
Impact on the Planetary Energy Balance
Steven Ghan
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10:30 Break
11:00-12:00

Urban to Regional Scale Air Quality Modeling
Jerome Fast
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

12:00-12:30
Ozone Production Efficiency in the
Nashville Urban Plume
Carl Berkowitz
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12:30
Lunch (on your own) - PNNL Cafeteria
1:30-2:45
Tour of EMSL Facility
Steven Colson
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2:45-3:15
Evolution of the Nocturnal Atmospheric Bounday Layer
Over a Columbia Basin Vineyard
David Whiteman, PNNL
Gavin McMeeking. Univ. of California - Berkeley
Craig Clements, Univ. of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Stuart Powell, Wellington, New Zealand
3:15-3:30
Potential Ecosystem Change in the North Atlantic Under
Greenhouse Gas Increase and Thermohaline
Circulation Colapse
Paul Higgins
Stanford University
3:30 Break
4:00-4:15

The Response of Soil Carbon Efflux to Climate and Forest
Type Along an Elevational Gradient in the Rocky Mountains
Lara Kueppers
University of California - Berkeley

4:15-4:30
Radiocarbon Variability in the Western Equatorial Indian
Ocean Inferred from a Coral Record
Nancy Grumet
Stanford University
4:30-4:45
Integrated Assessment of Abrupt Climate Changes
Michael Mastrandrea
Stanford University
Adjourn  
6:00-9:00
FINAL WORKING SESSION
EMSL Room 1075
Food and Beverages
 

Keynote Speaker:

Jeffrey Gaffney
Argonne National Laboratory

Air Quality and Global Change: Are We Winning the Battle?

 
Closing Comments
Milton Constantin
Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
August 21 , 2001 - Tuesday  
7:00 Breakfast - on your own - PNNL Cafeteria
   

Farewell

See you again
Summer 2002

 
 

The Global Change Education Program is funded by the
U.S. Department of Energy

Office of Biological and Environmental Research