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 Advisory Committee

for Environmental Research and Education (AC-ERE)

In 2000, NSF established the Advisory Committee for Environmental Research and Education (AC-ERE). NSF's Director, Dr. Rita Colwell, charged the Committee at its first meeting in October 2000. AC-ERE is to:

· Provide advice, recommendations and oversight concerning support for the NSF's environmental research and education portfolio.

· Be a base of contact with the scientific community to inform NSF of the impact of its research support and NSF-wide policies on the scientific community.

· Serve as a forum for consideration of interdisciplinary environmental topics as well as environmental activities in a wide range of disciplines.

· Provide broad input into long-range plans and partnership opportunities.

· Perform oversight of program management, overall program balance, and other aspects of program performance for environmental research and education activities.

Meeting Minutes Archive
Committee Members

N E X T  M E E T I N G :

October 20 - 21, 2004
Arlington, VA
(MS Word Document) 

"S Y N T H E S I S   R E P O R T"

To obtain copies of either the Full report or the Summary report on "Complex Environmental Systems: Synthesis for Earth, Life, and Society in the 21st Century," please send an e-mail to ere-info@nsf.gov.

Electronic copies of the Full and Summary reports are also available in Adobe Acrobat format:
"Complex Environmental Systems"

Occasional papers and Related reports also available:

* Environmental Cyberinfrastructure: Tools for the Study of Complex Environmental Systems

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Last Updated: 04/28/2004