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Appendix C Presentations to Committee Although most of the community input to the committee occurred at the workshop hosted by the committee in May 2008 (Appendix B), there were several additional presentations by scientists working in the field and by the study sponsors at the first committee meeting in February 2008: Gaps in Our Knowledge of Past Climates and Causes of Climate Change Bill Hay High Frequency Paleoclimate Analysis: Impact on Climate Research and Exploration Marty Perlmutter The USGS Perspective on the Committee’s Task Linda Gundersen Additional USGS Comments Pat Jellison The NSF (GEO-EAR) Perspective on the Committee’s Task Ray Bernor The NSF (OPP) Perspective on the Committee’s Task Scott Borg Deep-Time Paleoclimate Geoinformatics—A Community Platform for Research and Knowledge Transfer Walt Snyder Thoughts on Deep-Time Climate Research Judy Parrish 192