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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: List of Participants in the Writing Workshop." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. America's Geoheritage II: Identifying, Developing, and Preserving America's Natural Legacy: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26316.
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Appendix B

List of Participants in the Writing Workshop

(Part II of the America’s Geoheritage II Workshop)

Focus groups denoted in parentheses.

William Andrews (6a)

Kentucky Geological Survey
University of Kentucky

Sarah Arpin (12)

Kentucky Geological Survey
University of Kentucky

Aida Awad (11a)

American InterContinental University/To The Cloud Education

Caleb Ayomide Babatunde (3a)

Ekiti State University (Nigeria)

Michael Barthelmes (1)

Colorado State University

Bob Biek (3b)

Utah Geological Survey

Ellen Bishop (10)

Josephy Center for Art and Culture/Wallowology Natural History Center

Gale Blackmer (6b)

Pennsylvania Geological Survey

William Blocher (11a)

North Carolina Geological Survey

Lisa Boucher (12)

University of Texas at Austin

Rebecca Brice (10)

U.S. Geological Survey

Dominique Brough (8)

U.S. Forest Service

Matt Brueseke (8)

Kansas State University

Robert Burns (2)

West Virginia University

Brenda Callen (6b)

Department of Conservation,
California Geological Survey

Cheryl Cameron (6a)

Alaska Volcano Observatory

Thomas Casadevall (2)

U.S. Geological Survey

Dawna Cerney (11a)

Youngstown State University

Niccole Cerveny (10)

Mesa Community College

Marjorie Chan (1)

University of Utah

Renee Clary (11c)

Mississippi State University

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: List of Participants in the Writing Workshop." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. America's Geoheritage II: Identifying, Developing, and Preserving America's Natural Legacy: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26316.
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Tim Connors (6b)

National Park Service

Michael Conway (6a)

Arizona Geological Survey

Terri Cook (1)

Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics,
University of Colorado Boulder

Laura Crossey (12)

Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences,
University of New Mexico

Jim Davis (11c)

Utah Geological Survey

Nair de Sousa (8)

Angolan Society of Geosciences (Angola)

Rebecca Dodge (11a)

Midwestern State University

Lisa Doner (3a)

Plymouth State University

Nelia Dunbar (6a)

New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources

Katherine Ellins (2)

Jackson School of Geosciences
The University of Texas at Austin

Sérgio Esperancinha (8)

UNESCO (Portugal)

Eric Ferre (3a)

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Kenneth Foote (10)

University of Connecticut

Joseph Forrest (12)

Resource Geoservices LLC

Kyle Fredrick (11a)

California University of Pennsylvania

Carol Frost (8)

University of Wyoming

Michael Fuller (1, 3a)

California Department of Conservation

Sarah Gaines (4)

Coastal Resources Center
University of Rhode Island and U.S. Advisory Group on Geoheritage

Yann Gavillot (8)

Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology,
Montana Tech University, and Oregon Paleo Lands Institute

Christina George (6b)

Wyoming State Geological Survey

Dianna Gielstra (11a)

Prescott College

Alexandra Giese (10)

University of Utah

Chris Groves (2)

Western Kentucky University

Andrew Heckert (11b)

Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences
Appalachian State University

Janis Hernandez (6a)

California Geological Survey

Chris Higgins (11c)

California Geological Survey

Marvin Higgins (10)

Yoga for peace, joy and love

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: List of Participants in the Writing Workshop." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. America's Geoheritage II: Identifying, Developing, and Preserving America's Natural Legacy: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26316.
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Asier Hilario (2)

International Union of Geological Sciences (Spain)

John P. Hogan (6b)

Missouri University of Science and Technology

Louis Jacobs (2)

Southern Methodist University

Kristen Janssen (11c)

Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys

R. M. (Matt) Joeckel (3a)

Conservation and Survey Division,
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Brennan Jordan (8)

University of South Dakota

Jeffrey Kee (3b)

Oregon Paleo Lands Institute

Natalie Kehrwald (10)

U.S. Geological Survey

Daniel Kelley (2)

Hocking College

Michael Kelly (8)

Northern Arizona University

Suzette Kimball (1)

Beach Preservation NGO,
U.S. Advisory Group for Geoheritage,
North Carolina Sea Grant Advisory Council

Martha Kopper (11a)

Arkansas Geological Survey

Natali Kragh (6a)

Montana State University

Edward Landa (10)

Department of Environmental Science and Technology,
University of Maryland

Amanda Lanik (3a)

National Park Service

Erin Lynch (2)

National Park Service

Sarah Mardon (11c)

Kentucky Geological Survey,
University of Kentucky

Steve Martin (8)

Kentucky Geological Survey

Paul Mayer (3b)

The Field Museum

Linda Ruiz McCall (6b)

Texas Bureau of Economic Geology
University of Texas at Austin

Katherine McCarville (3b)

Upper Iowa University

Beth McLarty Halfkenny (11c)

Department of Earth Sciences,
Carleton University/Canadian Geoscience Education Network (Canada)

Herb Meyer (2)

National Park Service

Jorge Alberto Miros Gómez (2)

Centro de Estudios Culturales y Ecológicos (Mexico)

David Mogk (11b)

Department of Earth Sciences,
Montana State University

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: List of Participants in the Writing Workshop." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. America's Geoheritage II: Identifying, Developing, and Preserving America's Natural Legacy: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26316.
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Jasmine Cardozo Moreira (2)

Ponta Grossa State University (Brazil)

Douglas Munski (8)

University of North Dakota

Mattathias (Max) Needle (3b)

University of Washington

Matt O’Neal (6b)

California Geological Survey

Kristin Pearthree (6a)

New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources

Michael Phillips (3b)

Illinois Valley Community College

Larry Pierce (6a)

Missouri Geological Survey

Roy Plotnick (3a)

University of Illinois at Chicago

Edward Robeck (11a)

American Geosciences Institute

William (Bill) Rose (8)

Michigan Technological University

Lisa Rossbacher (1)

Humboldt State University

Estefania Salgado Jáuregui (10)

University of Texas at Austin

Zachary Salus (11c)

Forest Preserve
District of Cook County, Illinois

Vincent Santucci (4)

National Park Service

Blair Schneider (6b)

Kansas Geological Survey
University of Kansas

Susan Schnur (8)

Washington Geological Survey

Marissa Schorr (11c)

Mammoth Cave National Park

Danielle Schwarzmann (8)

Office of National Marine Sanctuaries,
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Steven Semken (10)

Arizona State University

Amber Steele (6b)

Missouri Geological Survey

Polly Sturgeon (11c)

Indiana Geological and Water Survey

János Szepesi (3a)

MTA-ELTE Volcanology Research Group (Hungary)

Ester Sztein (4)

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Benjamin Tobin (4)

Kentucky Geological Survey
University of Kentucky

Dan Tormey (2)

Catalyst Environmental Solutions

Juana Vegas (6b)

Spanish Geological Survey (Spain)

Erika Vye (11c)

Great Lakes Research Center,
Michigan Technological University

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: List of Participants in the Writing Workshop." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. America's Geoheritage II: Identifying, Developing, and Preserving America's Natural Legacy: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26316.
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Lorrie Ward (11b)

Forest Preserve
District of Cook County, IL

Cathy Whitlock (12)

Montana State University

An-Min Wu (4)

University of Southern California

Yolonda Youngs (8)

California State University, San Bernardino

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America is endowed with places that embody a rich geoheritage, from sites where indigenous people subsisted for millennia, to mines that furnished the raw materials that built U.S. industry, to mountain ranges and river gorges with unparalleled recreational opportunities, to field sites where students can truly understand a geological process, to places of aesthetic or spiritual value, and many more across all states and territories. In order to assess the status of geoheritage and the activities of its practitioners in the United States in light of social, political, and environmental changes over the past ten years, the National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine convened a series of virtual webinars and a workshop. From September to December 2020, a Distinguished Speakers Webinar Program composed of eight webinars provided an overview of geoheritage initiatives, as well as focused presentations on geoheritage related to federal and state lands, cultural heritage, education, research, and economic development and geotourism. In January 2021, 101 land managers, state geologists, educators, researchers, and members and staff of professional societies and nongovernmental organizations participated in a virtual writing workshop to aggregate and organize community input on strategies and best practices in developing geoheritage sites across the United States. The participants were divided into focus groups that roughly aligned with the topics explored in the fall 2020 workshops. The groups worked synchronously and asynchronously over the course of a week, then presented their ideas in a plenary session. This publication summarizes the presentations and discussion of the webinars and workshop.

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