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Table of Contents | Director's Message | Executive Summary
Strategic Initiatives
| Fundamental Research | Enhancing Productivity | Protection of Life and Property
Education & Outreach | Additional Educational Activities | Publications | Community Service
Staff, Visitors and Collaborators | ASR 2003 Home


Staff, Visitors and Collaborators

Staff

Robert C. Harriss, Director

Steven Bailey (casual, 9/8-11/1/03)
Randall Barnhart (casual, 4/2-8/15/03)
Jennifer Boehnert (from 4/1/03; 64% ESIG, 36% RAP)
Megan Connors (casual, 3/10/03)
Maxine Cram (casual, 1/22-8/31/03)
Melissa Crandell (from 5/5/03)
Heidi Cullen (to 7/1/03; on leave 7/1/03-6/30/04)
Lisa Dilling (from 7/21/03)
Mary Downton (80%)
John Firor, NCAR Director Emeritus
Michael Glantz
Jeremy Hackney (to 3/29/03)
Victoria Holzhauer
Janet Hopper (50%)
Richard Katz
Joanie Kleypas (from 5/12/03)
Larry McDaniel
Seth McGinnis (from 6/2/03)
Shannon McNeeley
Linda Mearns
Kathleen Miller
Rebecca Morss (50% ESIG, 50% MMM)
Susanne Moser (from 9/2/03)
Anne Oman
Jennifer Oxelson (80% ESIG, 20% HIAPER)
Jean Renz (80%)
Eric Scharff (from 7/21/03)
Robert Serafin, NCAR Director Emeritus
Joshua Sidon (casual, 3/24/03)
D. Jan Stewart
Claudia Tebaldi (80% ESIG, 20% RAP)
Olga Wilhelmi
Qian Ye (casual)

Long-Term Visitors

Lisa Dilling, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office of Global Programs, Silver Spring, Maryland; 7 October 2002 to 21 July 2003.

Adrienne Gret-Regamey, Swiss National Science Foundation, Bern, Switzerland, 12 August 2002 to 12 February 2004.

Seth McGinnis, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado; 6 January 2003 to 2 June 2003.

Eric Scharff, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado; 6 January 2003 to 21 July 2003.

ASP Postdoctoral Fellows

Shui Bin (from 6/2/03)
Eugene Wahl

Visitors and Collaborators

Luc Anselin, Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

Ernesto Arias, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado; Disaster Dynamics; Course Knowledge Management Systems.

Jesse Ausubel, The Rockefeller University, Program for Human Environment, New York, New York, 2-4 April 2003; Climate Change: The Known, The Unknown, the Unknowable.

Estelle Levetin Avery, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 24-26 November 2002; Collaborate on Bioaerosol Proposal.

David Battisti, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington; ENSO Observing Networks.

Michele Betsill, Department of Political Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado; 18 April 2003; Cities and Climate Change: A Multilevel Governance Approach.

Harold Brooks, University of Oklahoma/National Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman, Oklahoma; Weather and Climate Impacts Assessment Strategic Initiative: Severe Climatology via Reanalysis Soundings.

Jeffrey Brunskill, Department of Geography, State University of New York, Buffalo, New York; GIS in Weather, Climate and Impacts.

Grace Brush, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland; Climate, Ecological, and Hydrologic Extremes.

Geoffrey W. Burg, Xcel Energy, Denver, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Leslie Carman, Xcel Energy, Denver, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Carlo Casty, Department of Geography, Climatology and Meteorology, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland, 23 September-11 December 2003; Weather and Climate Impacts Assessment Strategic Initiative: Little Ice Age Hindcasting.

Greg Characklis, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, New Jersey, 27-28 October 2002; Collaborative Research of Water Affairs.

Steve Colt, University of Alaska-Anchorage, Institute of Social and Economic Research, Anchorage, Alaska, 27-28 January 2003; Alaskan Climate Affairs Program Development.

Rich Conant, Colorado State University, Fort. Collins, Colorado; Supply and Demand of Carbon Cycle Information.

Todd Davis, Science Applications International Corporation, McLean, Virginia, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Scott Denning, Colorado State University, Fort. Collins, Colorado; North American Carbon Program (NACP) Implementation Strategy Working Group.

Lesanna Dobrahner, Carleton College, Carleton, Minnesota, 1 June-21 August 2003; Climate Impacts.

Scott Doney, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, Woods Hole, Massachusetts; Carbon Management and Carbon Cycle Observations.

Izabela Dyras, Satellite Research Department, Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, Krakow, Poland; GIS in Meteorlogogy and Climatology.

William Easterling, The Pennsylvania State University, College Station, Pennsylvania; Scales of Decision-Making in Land Use.

Hal Eden, University of Colorado, Center for Lifelong Learning and Design, Boulder, Colorado, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

Jae Edmonds, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory/Joint Global Change Research Institute, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; Carbon Management and Carbon Cycle Observations.

Martin Ehrendorfer, University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria; Economic Value of Ensemble Forecasts.

Johannes Feddema, Department of Geography, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, 2 June-31 July 2003; Weather and Climate Impacts Assessment Strategic Initiative: Land Cover Change, Special Report on Emissions Scenarios, 16-22 March 2003; Weather and Climate Impacts.

Susan Firor, La Grande, Oregon, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Nicholas Flores, Department of Economics, University of Colorado, 8 April 2003; Market Failure in Information: The National Flood Insurance Program.

Chris E. Forest, Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Weather and Climate Impacts Assessment Strategic Initiative: Uncertainty in Climate Models' Parameterization.

Shari Fox, Geography Department, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, 12 December 2002; Innovating Communication between Local Inuit Communities and Climate Researchers.

Daniel Gavin, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois; Characterization and Reduction of Uncertainty in Paleo-climate and paleo-vegetation Reconstructions.

John Gaynor, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Aerospace Research, Silver Spring, Maryland, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Robert Gough, Intertribal Council on Utility Policy, Rosebud, South Carolina, 6-7 November 2003; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Kevin Gurney, Colorado State University, Fort. Collins, Colorado; Carbon Management and Carbon Cycle Observations.

George Gerstle, Colorado Department of Transportation, Office of Environmental Policy and Planning, Denver, Colorado, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

David Getches, University of Colorado, School of Law, Boulder, Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Michael Goodchild, Department of Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara, California, 29 September 2003; Presentation on Geographic Information Systems Advances, 9-10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Thomas Graff, Environmental Defense, Oakland, California, 9-11 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Eve Gruntfest, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs; Flood Risk in Colorado.

Minh Ha-Duong, Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering and Public Policy, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 17-20 February 2003, Possible Global Warming Future: An Imprecise Probability Theory Approach.

Tom Hamill, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Boulder, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Felicity Hannay, State of Colorado, Deputy Attorney General, Denver, Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Spenser Havlick, University of Colorado, College of Architecture and Planning, Boulder, Colorado, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

David Hawkins, California Independent System Operator, Folsom, California, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Michael Hayes, National Drought Mitigation Center, University of Nebraka, Lincoln, Nebraska; Drought Risk, Vulnerability and Impacts Mitigation.

John Henz, HDR Engineering, Denver, Colorado, 5 November 2002; Importance of Meteorologic Information for Floodplain Management in Colorado.

William Hooke, American Meteorological Society, Washington, DC; Outlook for Meteorological Research.

Julius Caesar Falar Herrera, Vice Governor of Bohol Province, Central Visayas, Philippines, 21 August 2003; Urban Environmental Issues.

Tim Hughes, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Wind Power Initiative, Norman, Oklahoma, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Brian Hyde, Colorado Water Conservation Board, Denver, Colorado, 11 December 2002; Colorado's Floodplain Mapping Program and Needs for Meteorology and Climate Information.

Marija Ilic, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 6-7 November 2002, United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Marc Imhoff, National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, 14 January 2003; Human Demands on Global Net Primary Production: Can the Earth Keep Up?

Judy Jacobsen, Boulder, Colorado, 10 January 2003, Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Shaleen Jain, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Cooperative Institute for Research in the Environmental Science, Climate Diagnostics Center, Boulder, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Dale Jamieson, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota; Ethics of Weather and Short-term Climate Forecasting.

Luke Jaramillo, Denver, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Edward Johnson, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Silver Spring, Maryland, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Michael Kintner-Meyer, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Richland, Washington, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Cody Knutson, National Drought Mitigation Center, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska; Drought Risk and Vulnerability.

Eric Kuhn, Colorado River Water Conservation District, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Doug Larson, Western Interstate Energy Board, Denver, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002, United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Jeffrey K. Lazo, Stratus Consulting Inc., Boulder, Colorado, 5 June 2003; What Are Weather Forecasts Worth?

Sohyun Park Lee, University of Colorado, College of Architecture and Planning, Boulder, Colorado, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

Stephen Lee, Electric Power Research Institute, New Orleans, Louisiana, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Connie Lewis, Meridian Institute, Dillon, Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Kenneth Lloyd, Regional Air Quality Council, Denver, Colorado, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

James Lochhead, Brownstein, Hyatt and Farber, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Dan Luecke, Boulder, Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Toni Lyke, Xcel Energy, Denver, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

David Lytle, United States Forest Service, Grand Rapids, MN; Characterization and Reduction of Uncertainty in Paleo-climate and paleo-vegetation Reconstructions; Simulating Forest Change and Net Carbon Sequestration Dynamics Using Linked Climate and Vegetation.

Andrea Madigan, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Denver, Colorado, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

Julian Marshall, University of California, Berkeley, California, 3-20 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

Jim Martin, Natural Resources Law Center, Boulder, Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Frank McElvain, Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Westminster, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Frank A. Monforte, Itron Inc., San Diego, California, 5-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Larry Mugler, Denver Regional Council of Governments, Metro Vision Planning and Operations Division, Denver, Colorado, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

Brian Muller, University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado; Disaster Dynamics; Wildfire Hazard and the Urban-Wildland Interface; Course Knowledge Management Systems.

Gordon Munro, Department of Economics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 21-26 April 2003; Pacific Salmon Treaty Project.

Richard Murnane, Bermuda Biological Station for Research Inc., Risk Prediction Initiative, Garrett Park, Maryland, 24-27 October 2002; Collaborate in Planning for United States Weather Research Program.

Michael C. Moore, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Ranga Myneni, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, 29 April 2003; A Greener Earth.

Mikiyasu Nakayama, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, United Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tokyo, Japan, 15-17 September 2003; Collaboration on Capacity-Building Projects in Japan.

Louisa Nance, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Technology Laboratory, Boulder, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Philippe Naveau, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado; Weather and Climate Impacts Assessment Strategic Initiative: Extreme Events in Climate Models and Spatial Scaling.

Victor Niemeyer, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

W. Wyatt Oswald, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington; Characterization and Reduction of Uncertainty in Paleo-climate and paleo-vegetation Reconstructions.

Elvida Pallaska, Ministry of Environmental and Spatial Planning, Institute for Spatial Planning, Kosovo, Albania, 21 August 2003; Urban Environmental Issues.

Marc Parlange, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland; Climate, Ecological, and Hydrologic Extremes.

John Parr, Center for Regional and Neighborhood Action, Denver, Colorado, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

Edward Parson, Harvard University, John Fitzgerald Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 7-8 November 2002; Adaptive Environmental Policy and Technological Change: Learning from International Protection of the Ozone Layer.

Jonathan A. Patz, Johns Hopkins University, Program on Health Effects of Global Environmental Change, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, Maryland, 29 June-9 August 2003; Weather and Climate Impacts Assessment Strategic Initiative: Climate and Health.

Lucy H. Pavlovic, Xcel Energy, Denver, Colorado 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Steve Peterson, High Performance Systems Inc., Lebanon, New Hampshire, 19-24 January 2003; STELLA Modeling.

Roger A. Pielke Jr. Center for Science and Technology Policy, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado; Supply and Demand of Carbon Cycle Information; "A Reanalysis of the U.S. National Weather Service Flood Loss Database."

Carlo Pona, Rome, Italy, 24 November-20 December 2002; Crop Production in Italy.

Jane Preuss, GeoEngineers Inc., Redmond, Washington, 5-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Rosemdo Pujol, University of Costa Rica, School of Civil Engineering, San Jose, Costa Rica, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

Roger Pulwarty, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Boulder, Colorado; Crafting Effective Interagency Relationships.

Kathleen Purvis, The Claremont Colleges, Claremont, California; Heat Wave Hazards in Urban Areas.

Andrea J. Ray, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Climate Diagnostics Center, Boulder, 22 April 2003; Climate Variability and Multipurpose Reservoir Management in the Gunnison Basin, Colorado.

Paul Rich, Earth and Environmental Sciences Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico, 11 September 2003; Topography, Microclimate, and Vegetation: GIS-based Modeling Approaches.

David Sailor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Scott Samuelsen, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California, Irvine, California, 5-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Fahriye Sancar, University of Boulder, College of Architecture and Planning, Boulder, Colorado, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

G. Arturo Sanchez-Azofeifa, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

Bruno Sanso, Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, University of California, Santa Cruz, California; Weather and Climate Impacts Assessment Strategic Initiative: Uncertainty in Climate Models' Parameterization.

Dan Sarewitz, Columbia University, New York, New York; Supply and Demand of Carbon Cycle Information.

Stephen Saunders, Rocky Mountain Climate Organization, Denver, Colorado, 30 September 2003; The Rocky Mountain Climate Organization and Impacts of Climate Change.

Marc Schwartz, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Babu Raja Shrestha, Silt Consultants, Integrated Solid Waste Management, Nepal, 21 August 2003; Urban Environmental Issues.

Lenny Smith, Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom; THORPEX: A Global Atmospheric Research Programme.

Richard Smith, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 7-15 July 2003; Weather and Climate Impacts Assessment Strategic Initiative: Extreme Events in Climate Models and Spatial Scaling.

James Spensley, Spensley and Associates, Denver, Colorado, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

Meghan Stock; University of Colorado Cooperative Institute for Research in the Environmental Science, Center for Science and Technology Policy Research, Boulder, Colorado, 24 June-8 August 2003; Impacts of Global Climate Change on Water Utilities.

Gerald Stokes, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory/Joint Global Change Research Institute, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; Carbon Management and Carbon Cycle Observations.

Michael Stortz, Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Westminster, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Susan Subak, University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom, 15-17 January 2003; Presentation on Climate and Health; 22 June-4 August 2003; Climate and Heath Impacts: Lyme Disease.

Eric Sundquist, U.S. Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts; State of the Carbon Cycle Report.

Ron Sznaider, Meteorlogix Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 5-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Katherine Teter, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Denver, Colorado, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

Deborah Thomas, Department of Geography, University of Colorado, Denver; Drought Impacts on Resort Communities.

Robert Thresher, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Zoltan Toth, National Centers for Environmental Prediction, Camp Springs, Maryland; THORPEX: A Global Atmospheric Research Programme.

William Travis, Department of Geography, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Michael Trolier, Friedwire Inc., Boulder, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Juli Trtanj, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Office of Global Programs, Silver Spring, Maryland; Crafting Effective Interagency Relationships.

Compton Tucker, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center, Laboratory for Terrestrial Physics, Greenbelt, Maryland, 5-8 June 2003; Geographic Information Systems Strategic Initiative Seminar Series.

Patti Tyler, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Denver, Colorado, 4-22 August 2003; System for Analysis Research and Training, Advanced Institute on Urbanization, Emission and the Global Carbon Cycle.

Peter Van de Water, Salem Oregon, 24-27 November 2002; Bioaerosol Proposal.

Sarah Van de Wetering, Missoula, Montana, 9-11 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future

Patrick Walshe, Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

James Weber, Powerworld Corporation, Champaign, Illinois, 5-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Patricia Wells, Denver Water Board, Denver Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Jim Westcott, State of Colorado, Denver, Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

Gilbert White, Department of Geography, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future

John Wiener, Environmental and Behavior Program, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

John Williams, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Characterization and Reduction of Uncertainty in Paleo-climate and paleo-vegetation Reconstructions.

Wendell Winger, Public Utilities Commission, Denver, Colorado, 6-7 November 2002; United States Weather Research Program, Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System.

Connie Woodhouse, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Paleoclimate Program, Boulder, Colorado, 10 January 2003; Water in the Intermountain West: Envisioning a Sustainable Future.

 

Table of Contents | Director's Message | Executive Summary
Strategic Initiatives
| Fundamental Research | Enhancing Productivity | Protection of Life and Property
Education & Outreach | Additional Educational Activities | Publications | Community Service
Staff, Visitors and Collaborators | ASR 2003 Home