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1 NSF/EOL Facilities Assessment First face-to-face meeting of the Steering Committee April 11-12, 2006 Robert Serafin

2 2 Subcommittees and co-chairs AIRBORNE MEASUREMENTS: Ed Browell (NASA) and Al Cooper (NCAR) AIRBORNE PLATFORMS: Bruce Albrecht (U of Miami) and Jeff Stith (NCAR) SURFACE MEASUREMENTS: Peggy LeMone (NCAR) and Steve Rutledge (Colo. State U) NETWORKS: Mary Anne Carrol (U of Michigan) and Tom Ackerman (Batelle NW, U Washington) SATELLITE DATA: Bill Emery (U of Colorado) and Phil Arkin (U of Maryland) SOLAR MEASUREMENTS: Tim Brown (NCAR) and Jeff Kuhn (U of Hawaii) EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES: Judy Curry (Georgia Tech) and Walt Dabberdt (Vaisala Corp) DATA SUPPORT: Steve Williams (NCAR) and Mark Bradford (NCAR)

3 3 Proposed memberships 1.Bill Brune (Penn. State): In Situ Gas Measurements 2. Tony Clark (Un. Hawaii): In Situ Aerosol Measurements 3. Bill Smith (Hampton Un.): Remote Optical Measurements 4. Al Gasiewski (NOAA ESRL): Remote Microwave Measurements 5. Haflidi Jonsson (Naval Post Grad. Sch.): General Airborne Measurements 6. David Fahey (NOAA Aeronomy Lab): General Airborne Measurements AIRBORNE MEASUREMENTS: Ed Browell (NASA) and Al Cooper (NCAR)

4 4 1. Al Rodi, Univ. Wyoming, Aircraft Measurement of turbulence 2. Dave Jorgenson, NOAA, Airborne radar measurements 3. Cheryl Yuhas, NASA, Atmospheric Chemistry 4. Mike Poellot, UND, Aircraft Measurements of clouds and radiation 5. Will Bolton, Sandia (CA) AIRBORNE PLATFORMS: Bruce Albrecht (U of Miami) and Jeff Stith (NCAR

5 5 SURFACE MEASUREMENTS: Peggy LeMone (NCAR) and Steve Rutledge (CSU) 1.Qian Wu, NCAR HAO - Upper Atmosphere 2.Ed Eloranta, U WI – general lidars 3.Ed Westwater, CIRES - Passive Microwave Radars 4.Jay Famiglietti, U. Calif. Irvine - In-situ soil sensors (soil moisture, etc.) 5.Dennis Baldocchi, UC Berkeley - heading up FLUXNET 6.John Ogren, NOAA - aerosol measurements; network? 7.James Slusser, USDA UVB Monitoring and Research Program Director, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University 8.Chuck Long, PNNL – surface radiation 9.Rit Carbone – NEXRAD 10.Scot Loehrer – mesonet 11.Chris Williams – wind profiler network person 12.Junhong (June) Wang – balloon soundings 13.Bill Livingston – connection to solar 14.Bob Weller, Woods Hole – oceans PLUS Tom Ackerman and Mary Anne Carroll as second set of co-chairs Alternate for Baldocchi - Peter Curtis or other member of the AmeriFlux Network

6 6 NETWORKS: Mary Anne Carrol (U of Michigan) and Tom Ackerman (Batelle NW, U Washington) 1.Dennis Baldocchi, UC Berkeley - heading up FLUXNET 2.John Ogren, NOAA - aerosol measurements; network? 3.James Slusser, USDA UVB Monitoring and Research Program Director, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University 4.Chuck Long, PNNL – surface radiation 5.Rit Carbone – NEXRAD 6.Scot Loehrer – mesonet 7.Chris Williams – wind profiler network person Alternate for Baldocchi - Peter Curtis or other member of the AmeriFlux Network MERGED WITH SURFACE MEASUREMENTS

7 7 SATELLITE DATA: Bill Emery (U of Colorado) and Phil Arkin (U of Maryland) 1.John Bates, NOAA NCDC 2.Bob Evans, RSMAS, U. Miami 3.Bruce Barkstrom, NASA LARC 4.Jeff Hawkins, NRL Monterey 5.Melba Crawford, Purdue 6.Diane Evans, JPL [Steve Worley, NCAR (moved to the Data Support subcommittee. )] Alternates 1.Dave Emmitt, Simpson Weather, U Va 2.Gene Feldman, NASA GSFC

8 8 SOLAR MEASUREMENTS: Tim Brown (NCAR) and Jeff Kuhn (U of Hawaii) 1.Phil Goode, NJIT BBSO - flare studies, lunar photometry 2.Joe Gurman, NASA Goddard - virtual data system 3.Frank Hill, NSO Tucson - GONG, Solis, KPNO data systems 4.K.D. Leka, CORA -magnetograph data systems 5.Dave Turner, U WI

9 9 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES: Judy Curry (Georgia Tech) and Walt Dabberdt (Vaisala) 1.Dave McLaughlin, UMass and director of the CASA NSF Engineering Research Center 2.Bob Palmer, Univ. Oklahoma - one of the several developers of the range-imaging technology 3.Chris Rocken, GPS expert, both ground-based and satellite occultation 4.Mike Hardesty, NOAA OAR - lidar methods 5.Jay Herman, NASA Goddard - innovative satellite technologies for air quality and weather 6.Peter Hildebrand, NASA Goddard - active microwave instruments (ground and satellite) and airborne measurements 7.Alan Fried, NCAR EOL – chemistry 8.Adrian Tuck, NOAA – chemistry 9.Paul Shepson, Purdue – chemistry 10.Kim Prather, UC Riverside – chemistry 11.Jim Liljegren, Argonne Nat’l Lab- ARM instrument development program 12.Chris Fairall, CIRES – bright guy

10 10 DATA SUPPORT: Steve Williams (NCAR) and Mark Bradford (NCAR) 1.Steve Worley (DSS) 2.Luca Cinquini (CDP) 3.Ethan Davis (THREDDS) 4.Player to be named later from NSDL

11 11 Next Steps Is it appropriate for Steve/Mark attend every subcommittee meeting? What instructions to give to subcommittees? Draft invitation language Send invitations to potential subcommittee members – request response by April 30 Review schedule for upcoming meetings and tasks

12 12 Schedule Mid-May to mid-June 2006:subcommittees have first face-to-face meetings (~1.5 day meetings) By September 1, 2006:subcommittees have second face-to-face meetings (~1.5 day meetings) By October 1, 2006:subcommittees submit draft reports November 2006:steering committee has second face-to- face meeting to review draft report (~1.5-2 day meeting) February 2007:steering- and sub-committees hold workshop to work on the draft report, find gaps, etc, with select, small number of invitees from community (~2 day meeting) March 2007:larger community-wide workshop, to identify high-priority areas for R&D on new instruments and facilities based on scientific needs (~2 day meeting) July 2007:steering committee discusses BAMS submission paper via and teleconference


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