GLOBAL CHANGE EDUCATION PROGRAM

End of Summer Workshop

August 20— August 23, 2006

AGENDA
 

August 20, 2006 - SUNDAY

12:00–6:30

Registration
Hotel Lobby

Initial Working Session

7:00-8:30

Terrace Ballroom
Food and Beverages
Introductions and General Discussions
Jeffrey Gaffney - Chief Scientist
University of Arkansas - Little Rock
August 22, 2005 - MONDAY  
7:00–8:00 Continental Breakfast
Stateroom
8:00–8:30       Welcome and GCEP Update
Rickey Petty
Department of Energy
 
Jeffrey Gaffney
University of Arkansas - Little Rock
 
Milton Constantin
Oak Ridge Institute for Science & Education
8:30–9:00

Black Carbon Aerosol Over India and China:
A Sensitivity Study

Cynthia Randles (GREF)
Marvin Wesely Fellow 2006
Princeton University

9:00–9:30
9:30–10:00
10:00–10:30 Break
Stateroom
10:30–11:00

Impact of Tropospheric Ozone on Trees:
a Meta-analytic Review

Victoria Wittig (GREF)
University of Illinois - Urbana

11:00–11:30

Tropical Isotope Dendroclimatology
in Cloud Forest Trees

Kevin Anchukaitis (GREF)
University of Arizona

11:30–12:00
12:00–1:30 Lunch
On Your Own
1:30–1:45

A Highly Engineered Landscape

Jessica Mandrick (SURE)
Swarthmore College

1:45–2:00
2:00–2:15
2:15–2:30

Arctic Biocomplixity on the Front of Global Change

Winona Squirrel (SURE)
Western Carolina University

2:30–2:45
2:45-3:00
3:00-3:30 Break
Stateroom
3:30-3:45
3:45-4:00

Measuring the Kinetics between Aldehydes and Peroxides

Tri Tran (SURE)
University of California - Riverside

4:00–4:30

Late Holocene Lacustrine Records of Climate and
Vegetation Change from Southern Patagonia, Chile

Christopher Moy (GREF)
Stanford University

4:30–5:00
5:00 Adjourn
DINNER TIME         ON YOUR OWN         ENJOY DC

August 22, 2006 - TUESDAY

 
7:00–8:30 Continental Breakfast
Stateroom
8:30–9:00

Defining Atmospheric Aerosol Sources Using
Thermal Desorption Aerosol GC/MS-FID (TAG)

Brent Williams (GREF)
University of California - Berkeley

9:00–9:30

Bio-fuels: A single Particle Perspective

Dabrina Dutcher (GREF)
University of Minnesota

9:30–10:00
10:00-10:30 Break
Stateroom
10:30–11:00
11:00-11:30

Above and Below Ground Controls on C Storage
During Tropical Reforestation

Erika Marin-Spiotta (GREF)
University of California - Berkeley

11:30–12:00

Optical and Physical Properties of Aerosols
from Biomass Combustion

Gavin McMeeking (GREF)
Colorado State University

12:00–1:30 Lunch
On Your Own
1:30–1:45
1:45–2:00

The Collection Efficiency of NH3 (g) in a
Real Time Fluorometric Analyzer

Maritere Berberena (SURE)
University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras

2:00-2:15
2:15-2:45

Elevated CO2, But Not Ozone Significantly Delays
Development of Soybean Under FACE

Joseph Castro (GREF)
University of Illinois - Urbana

2:45–3:15                   Break
Stateroom
3:15–3:30

Role and Diversity of Crusts in an Alpine
and Sub-Alpine Ecosystem

Cynthia Schafer (SURE)
Michigan Technological University

3:30–3:45

Sources of Methane Fluxes and Atmospheric
Concentrations Across California

Aaron Rose (SURE)
North Carolina State University

3:45–4:15

Frost Flower Chemical Composition: Observations for
Aerosol Production and the Bromine Release

Laura Alvarez-Aviles (GREF)
University of Alaska - Fairbanks

4:15–4:45

Land Use and Land Cover Change in Nicaragua

Esther Zeledon (GREF)
University of California - Berkeley

4:45–5:00
General Discussion
5:00              Adjourn
(Remember Final Working Session at 6:30 - Director's Room)
Other SURE Studies:  
 

Statistical Analysis of the North Atlantic Hurricanes

Tara Clancy (SURE)
Renssellaer Polytechnic Institute

 
6:30            Final Working Session      Director's Room
Food and Beverages
8:00            KEYNOTE ADDRESS

The Long Hot Summer: Records Broken in 2006

Jeffrey Gaffney
Chief Scientist, GCEP
University of Arkansas - Little Rock

                  Recognition and Presentation of Certificates

End of Workshop

August 23, 2006 - WEDNESDAY  

LAST DAY

DEPART FOR HOME

FAREWELL

   
   
   
   
   
 
 

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

Office of Biological and Environmental Research