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Appendix D: Workshop Participants
Pages 47-48

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... Maryland, Baltimore County Don Lenschow, National Center for Eric DeWeaver, National Science Atmospheric Research Foundation Ruby Leung, Pacific Northwest William Drennan, University of Miami National Laboratory James Edson, Woods Hole Julia Majors, American Institute of Oceanographic Institution Physics Daniel Eleuterio, Office of Naval Erin Markovich, National Academies of Research Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Dave Emmitt, Simpson Weather Kyle McDonald, City University of New Lauren Everett, National Academies of York Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine 47
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... 48 The Future of Atmospheric Boundary Layer Observing, Understanding, and Modeling April Melvin, National Academies of Allison Steiner, University of Michigan Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Peter Sullivan, National Center for Ola Persson, University of Colorado Atmospheric Research Paul Pisano, Department of Jielun Sun, National Center for Transportation Atmospheric Research David Randall, Colorado State Ruiyu Sun, National Oceanic and University Atmospheric Administration A.R. Ravishankara, Colorado State James Szykman, Environmental University Protection Agency Rob Roscioli, Aerodyne Joao Teixeira, National Aeronautics William Shaw, Pacific Northwest and Space Administration's Jet National Laboratory Propulsion Laboratory Paul Shepson, National Science Emily Twigg, National Academies of Foundation Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Danny Sims, Federal Aviation Paul Voss, Smith College Administration James Whetstone, National Institute of Ivanka Stajner, National Oceanic and Standards and Technology Atmospheric Administration Robert Wood, University of Washington Amanda Staudt, National Academies of Xubin Zeng, University of Arizona Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

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