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Appendix D Workshop and Meeting Agendas and Attendees
Pages 170-174

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... 08:30-08:45 Welcome and introductions Susan Cutter, Chair 08:45-10:15 Session 1 Moderated by Deborah balk and John weeks Assess the strengths and weaknesses of existing data, methods, and tools for estimating subnational populations 10
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... ) Panelists will each give ~15-minute presentations 10:1-10:30 break 10:30-12:00 Session 1, General panel discussion Moderated by Deborah balk and John weeks 12:00-13:00 lunch 13:00-14:30 Session 2 Moderated by David Rain and havidán Rodríguez Identify the limitations of current institutional structures in using existing demographic and other data and tools for estimating subnational populations Panelists: Rhonda Davis-Stewart (U.S.
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... 12 toolS aND MethoDS foR eStIMatING populatIoNS at RISk Day 2 -- Tuesday, March 14, 2006 08:30-16:30 OPEN SESSION (Open to public) 08:30-08:45 Welcome and introductions Susan Cutter, Chair 08:45-10:15 Session 3 Moderated by barbara torrey and Mei-po kwan Identify ways subnational demographic and geographic data and tools could be used to help decision makers (federal agencies, foreign governments, international organizations, international partners)
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... Census Bureau Bill Anderson National Research Council Budhendra Bhaduri Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Eddie Bright ORNL Sean O'Connor bridges.org Teresa Peters bridges.org Eric Smith Wyle Labs
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... 09:30-10:15 Production and use of population estimates and projections by the U.S. government tammany Mulder, u.S.


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