Appendix E. Contact Information

Coordination Office of the U.S. Global Change Research Program
Michael MacCracken, Director
Code YS-1
300 E Street, SW
Washington, DC 20546
202-358-0421 (voice)
202-358-4103 (fax) (e-mail)

IPCC Working Group II Technical Support Unit (TSU)
Richard Moss, Director
Code YS-1
300 E Street, SW
Washington, DC 20546
202-358-0420 (voice)
202-358-4104 (fax) (e-mail)

For additional information on USGCRP activities, or to obtain a copy of this document, contact the Global Change Research Information Office (GCRIO) at either of the addresses below:

1747 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Suite 200
Washington, DC 20006 USA
202-775-6607 (voice)
202-775-6622 (fax) (e-mail)

2250 Pierce Road
University Center, MI 48710 USA
517-797-2730 (voice)
517-797-2622 (fax) (e-mail)

Internet Addresses

IPCC Working Group II TSUWWW:

Our Changing Planet FY98 Edition

Michael MacCracken, Science Coordinator
Rick Piltz, Editor
Timothy Pieper, Budget Analyst
David Dokken, Production

Contributing Authors:  Dan Albritton, Tom Baerwald, Ken Bergman, Lou Brown, Jay Fein, Anthony Janetos, John Kermond, Joel Levy, Michael MacCracken, Jerry Melillo, Les Meredith, Lynn Mortensen, Rick Piltz

Agencies, through their Subcommittee on Global Change Research representatives, provided FY98 agency program highlights.


Our Changing Planet: The FY 1998 Global Change Research Program  is a report to Congress supplementing the President's FY98 budget, pursuant to the Global Change Research Act of 1990. The report describes the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP); reviews progress in global change research over the past decade; presents highlights of recent and current research on key global change environmental science issues; outlines integrative activities and perspectives supported by the USGCRP; discusses new global change research challenges in the coming decade; and provides a detailed view of the FY98 USGCRP budget, including FY98 program components and program highlights by agency. Achieving the goals and objectives of this program will require continued strong support for the scientific research needed in order to improve understanding of how human activities are affecting the global environment, as well as how natural and human- induced change is affecting society.

For Further Information

Environment Division
Office of Science and Technology Policy
Executive Office of the President
Washington, DC 20502
202-456-6202 (voice)
202-456-6025 (fax)

For Additional Copies

Global Change Research Information Office
User Services
2250 Pierce Road
University Center, MI 48710
517-797-2730 (voice)
517-797-2622 (fax) (e-mail)

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