Workshop

Integrating Human and Natural Systems to Understand Climate Change Impacts on Cities

calendar
Jul 13th, 1999 - Jul 22nd, 1999
location
Aspen

This workshop sought to improve integration of natural systems modeling and urban or urban-environmental studies. It explored the interface between human and natural systems and opportunities to better improve assessment of climate change impacts for human-built systems.

Keywords: human interactions; ecosystems; climate variability and change, urban ecology

Natural Disasters in the World’s Great Cities

Presented By James K. Mitchell
Date July 15, 1999

Agenda

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Day 1July 14, 1999

9:00 am Meeting Overview, Expectations, and Logistics Presented by Thomas J. Wilbanks, Robert Wilkinson

9:15 am Melissa Taylor Presented by Melissa Taylor

10:45 am Brian Mills Presented by Brian Mills

11:15 am Robert Macleod Presented by Robert W. MacLeod

11:45 am Douglas Hill Presented by Douglas Hill

4:30 pm Reports from caucus groups, discussion

Organizers

Thomas J. Wilbanks

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
Corporate Research Fellow
starEvent Co-Chair

Robert Wilkinson

University of California Santa Barbara
starEvent Co-Chair

Attendees

United States Geological Survey (USGS)
Hydrologist/Meteorologist
University of California, Santa Barbara
Regional Plan Association
Consulting Systems Engineer
United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
AAAS/EPA Fellow
Boston University
Director
United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Environmental Advisor
Environment Canada
Researcher
Rutgers University
Professor
Oregon State University
Director/Associate Dean
Prescott College
Director
Montclair State University
Associate Professor
United States Global Change Research Program (USGCRP)
Deputy Executive Director
Torrie Smith Associates
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Professor
New York University
Professor