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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C: PARTICIPANT LIST." National Research Council. 2013. Urban Forestry: Toward an Ecosystem Services Research Agenda: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18370.
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APPENDIX C

PARTICIPANT LIST

Arthur Acoca Penn Institute for Urban Research
Marina Alberti University of Washington
Ashley Allen US EPA
Gary G. Allen Center for Chesapeake Communities
Thomas Ballestero University of New Hampshire
Ann Bartuska USDA
John Barnwell Society of American Forests
Kenneth Belt US Forest Service
Cindy Blain Sacramento Tree Foundation
Cara Boucher National Association of State Foresters
Deborah Boyer Azavea
Molly Brown NASA
Jennifer Bruhler DCH
Mark Buscaino Casey Trees
Amanda Campbell MWCOG
Robert Cheetham Azavea
Keith Cline US Forest Service
Kathryn Conlon University of Michigan
Zach Cravens US Fish and Wildlife Service
Sara Davis County of Denver
Danielle Dills National Association of Conservation Districts
Chris Donnelly CT Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection
Alice Ewen US Forest Service
Earl Eutsler DDOT Trees
Nancy Falxa-Raymond US Forest Service
Shelly Freeland National Research Council
Alex Friend US Forest Service
Stuart Gaffin Columbia University
Michael Galvin SavATree
Laurie Geller National Research Council
Robert Alec Giffen Clean Air Task Force
Robert Goo US EPA
Ann Gosline Clean Air Task Force
Gerry Gray SUFC Steering Committee and NUCFAC
Matt Greenstone USDA, Agriculture Research Service
Rob Greenway National Research Council
Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C: PARTICIPANT LIST." National Research Council. 2013. Urban Forestry: Toward an Ecosystem Services Research Agenda: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18370.
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Morgan Grove USFS
Lisa Hair US EPA
Anne Hairston-Strang MD DNR Forest Service
Richard Hallett US Forest Service, Northern Research Station
Ian Hanou Plan-it Geo
Everett Hinkley US Forest Service
Kris Hoellen Conservation Fund
Dianna Hogan USGS
Melinda Housholder American Forests
Laura Jackson EPA
Scott Josiah Nebraska Forest Service
Stephanie Juchs Casey Trees
Michael Knapp Fairfax County, VA
Kimberly Koch NACD - Intern
Michelle Kondo University of Pennsylvania
CJ Lammers Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission
Elizabeth Larry US Forest Service
Monica Lear DC Urban Forestry Administration
Brian LeCouteur Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
Michael Leff Davey Institute/USFS
Susannah Lerman University of Massachusetts and US Forest Service Northern Research Station
Sarah Low US Forest Service
Jacqueline Lu NYC Parks and Recreation
Carl Lucero US Forest Service
Edward Macie US Forest Service
Scott Maco Urban Forestry
Gary Man US Forest Service
Janet McCabe EPA
Mikaila Milton National Park Service
Gary Moll Global Ecosystem Center
Janette Monear Texas Trees Foundation
Daniel Muth National Research Council
Randy Neprash MN Cities Stormwater Coalition; Stantec Consulting
Robert Northrop University of Florida
Dave Nowak USFS
Richard Olsen US National Arboretum
Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne University of Vermont
Marie O'Neill University of Michigan
Diane Pataki University of Utah
Jose Perez
Stephanie Pincetl University of California, Los Angeles
Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C: PARTICIPANT LIST." National Research Council. 2013. Urban Forestry: Toward an Ecosystem Services Research Agenda: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18370.
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Emily Pindilli US Geological Survey
Jonathan Pleim EPA
Kenneth Potter University of Wisconsin
Richard Pouyat USFS
Serenity Purcell University of Maryland
Shannon Ramsay Trees Forever
S. T. Rao North Carolina State University
Kara Reeve National Wildlife Federation
Guy Robertson USDA Forest Service
Phillip Rodbell US Forest Service
Michele Romolini Univ. Vermont/US Forest Service
Shubhayu Saha CDC
Jessica Sanders Casey Trees
Lydia Scott The Morton Arboretum
Chris Sequeira Sustainability Strategist
Carl Shapiro US Geological Survey
Christopher Solloway US EPA
William Sommers George Mason University
Sandy Spencer USFWS Patuxent Research Refuge
Eric Sprague Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay
Eric Strauss Loyola Marymount University
William Sullivan University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Doug Tallamy University of Delaware
John Thomas District Department of Transportation
Katie Thomas National Research Council
William Toomey The Nature Conservancy
Joseph Townsend University of Delaware
Amy Trice American Rivers
Cynthia West US Forest Service
Dan Whitehead Abby Farms
Thomas Whitlow Cornell University
Laurence Wiseman CenterLine Strategy, LLC
Kathleen Wolf University of Washington
Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C: PARTICIPANT LIST." National Research Council. 2013. Urban Forestry: Toward an Ecosystem Services Research Agenda: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18370.
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Much of the ecological research in the past decades has focused on rural or wilderness areas. Today, however, ecological research has been taking place in our cities, where our everyday decisions can have profound effects on our environment. This research, or urban ecology, includes an important element, trees. Trees have had a variety of environmental benefits for our environment including the sequestering carbon, reducing urban heat island effects, providing vital habitat for wildlife, and making nature accessible. These benefits have important impacts on the physical, socio-economic, and mental health of humans as well. Being exposed to trees has been shown to enhance social cohesion, improve health and recreational opportunities, and increase real estate values.

In order to gain more knowledge into this urban forestry, the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) held a workshop February 25-26, 2013. The workshop brought together more than 100 people with various interests in urban forestry research to share information and perspectives, foster communication across specific areas of ecosystem service research, and consider integrated approaches that cut across these realms. The workshop specifically examined current capabilities to characterize and quantify the benefits, key gaps in our understanding, the challenges of planning urban forests in a way that optimizes multiple ecosystem services and more.

Urban Forestry: Toward an Ecosystem Services Research Agenda: A Workshop Summary presents an overview of the issues discussed by the workshop's breakout groups; summarizes presentations from the four panels which included Biophysical Services of the Urban Forest; and context for the study with introductory material from the workshop.
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