GLOBAL CHANGE EDUCATION PROGRAM

End of Summer Workshop

August 15— August 17, 2004

AGENDA
The Melrose Hotel
2430 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, D.C.

August 15, 2004 - SUNDAY

Afternoon & Evening Session

 
12:00-5:30
Registration - Hotel Lobby
6:30
Dinner
William Penn Room
8:00
The Politics of Global Change
Jeffrey Gaffney
Argonne National Laboratory
* All Meeting Sessions and Breaks will be held inteh Potomac III.
August 16, 2004 - MONDAY Morning Session
7:00–8:00 Continental Breakfast
Hotel Dining Room
8:00–8:30      
Welcome and GCEP Update
Rickey Petty & Peter Lunn
Department of Energy
 
Jeffrey Gaffney
Argonne National Laboratory
 
Milton Constantin
Oak Ridge Institute for Science & Education
8:30–9:00
9:00–9:30
9:30–10:00

The effect of past land use on plant productivity in southern Appalachian forests

Jennifer Fratterrigo, GREF Fellow
University of Wisconsin - Madison

10:00–10:30 Break
Potomac III
10:30–11:00

A stable isotope dendrochronology approach to reconstructing interannual and interdecadal tropical climate variability

Kevin Anchukatis, GREF Fellow
University of Arizona
Laboratory of Tree-Ring

11:00–11:30

Vigorous ancient oaks or life lessons from old trees

Neil Pederson, GREF Fellow
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Tree Ring Laboratory

11:30–12:00
12:00–1:30 Lunch
On Your Own
August 16, 2004
Afternoon Session
 
1:30–1:45
1:45–2:00

Role of ocean water in vadose hydrology of coastal dunes

Esther Zeledon, SURE Fellow
Swarthmore College

2:00–2:15

The impacts of forest albedo change on carbon sequestration strategies

Maithilee Kunda (SURE)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

2:15–2:30
2:30–3:00
3:00-3:30

Break
Potomac III

3:30-3:45

Aerosol loading and optical properties during the May 2003 SGP ARM Aerosol IOP

Melissa Melvin, SURE Fellow
Northern Illinois University

3:45-4:00

The impact of sediment and freshwater runoff on the growth of Porites corals

Anna Goertzen, SURE Fellow
Midland Lutheran College Sciences

4:00–4:30

Gross primary production is stimulated for Populus species grown under free-air carbon dioxide enrichment

Victoria Wittig, GREF Fellow
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

4:30–5:00
5:00 Adjourn
DINNER          ON YOUR OWN        

August 17, 2004 - TUESDAY

 
7:00–8:30 Continental Breakfast
Hotel Dining Room
8:30–9:00

Probabilistic integrated assessment of 'dangerous' climate change

Michael Mastrandrea, GREF Fellow
Stanford University

9:00–9:30

Studies of reactive nitrogen in the atmosphere using global modeling and stable isotope measurements

Meredith Hastings, GREF Fellow
Princeton University

9:30–10:00
10:00-10:30 Break
Potomac III
10:30–10:45

Hydrocarbon air-surface exchange from Prairie Lands at Fermi

Anna Beck, SURE Fellow
Denison University

10:45-11:00

Analyzing aerosol-cloud interactions using MODIS data

Nicholas Chmura, SURE Fellow
Cornell Univeristy

11:00–11:15
11:15-11:30
11:30-11:45
11:45-12:00

Design and construction of an ozone chemiluminescent olefin monitor

Robert Judd, SURE Fellow
Tulane University

12:00–1:30 Lunch
On Your Own
August 17, 2004
Afternoon Session
 
1:30–2:00
2:00-2:30

Ocean studies of alkyl nitrates

Elizabeth Dahl, GREF Fellow
University of California at Irvine

2:30-3:00

Remotely sensed biophysical data and fully coupled general circulation models

Erin Hokanson, SURE Fellow
University of Wisconsin - Madison

3:00-3:30 Break
Potomac III
3:30–3:45

Nauru: aerosol optical depth properties and trends

Edan Lindaman, SURE Fellow
Loyola Marymount University

3:45–4:00

Plant pathogen growth response to elevated CO2

Elizabeth Hart, SURE Fellow
Willamette University

4:00-4:15
4:15-4:30

Aerosol size characterization using an aerosol mass spectrometer

Kori Moore, SURE Fellow
Utah State University

4:30 Adjourn
6:30           Dinner William Penn Room
8:00            KEYNOTE ADDRESS

The role of science in a changing world

Paul Higgins
Former GREF Student
University of California, Berkeley

August 18, 2004 - WEDNESDAY  

LAST DAY

DEPART FOR HOME

FAREWELL

SEE YOU AGAIN

SUMMER 2005

 
 

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

Office of Biological and Environmental Research