Federal Strategic Vision for Ocean Observing
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm (4F)
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm (Facilitated Exhibit Floor Tour)
Earth observations impact our lives every day. The United States relies on a robust system of Earth observations from satellite, aerial, shipboard and in situ platforms to enable individuals and organizations to make informed decisions to ensure public safety and boost the economy. Our panel of Federal Agency leaders will discuss their strategic vision for the next 18 months.
Featured Speakers: Craig McLean, Acting Chief Scientist, NOAA; Rodney Cluck, PhD, Chief, Division of Environmental Sciences, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management; CAPT AJ Reiss, Division Director Ocean Sensing and Systems Applications Division, Office of Naval Research; Mr. Alejandro Moreno, Director of the Office of Water Power Technologies; Carl Gouldman, Director, U.S. IOOS Program Office; Laura J. Rogers, Associate, Earth Science Technology Office, NASA Langley Research Center; and Terrence Quinn, PhD, Director, Ocean Sciences Division, National Science Foundation