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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program APPENDIXES

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program Appendix A COMMITTEE MEETINGS AND AGENDAS July 23–24, 1987, First Committee Meeting February 2–3, 1988, Second Committee Meeting May 24–25, 1988, Third Committee Meeting August 30, 1988, Subcommittee A Meeting: User Requirements October 19, 1988, Subcommittee B Meeting: Geographic Information Systems February 16–17, 1989, Fourth Committee Meeting April 27–28, 1989, Fifth Committee Meeting August 11–12, 1989, Editorial Subcommittee

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program MAPPING SCIENCE COMMITTEE First Meeing July 23–24, 1987 Director’s Conference Room U.S. Geological Survey Reston, VA AGENDA THURSDAY, July 23, 1987 8:30 AM 1. INTRODUCTION T.Finnie 2. ADMINISTRATIVE DETAILS T.Usselman 3. DEFINITION OF TASKS Committee, USGS Lunch   4. BRIEFING ON THE NATIONAL MAPPING PROGRAM Mission Organization Budget FY 1987, Projected FY 1988 Programs Coordination Activities Products Special Activities Transition Plan USGS FRIDAY, July 24, 1987 8:30 AM 5. BRIEFING ON THE NATIONAL MAPPING PROGRAM Research & Development Mark II EROS Data Center Future Directions Information Dissemination USGS

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program 6. BRIEF TOUR OF NMD FACILITIES 7. DEFINITION OF COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES AND FUTURE PLANS 4:00 PM ADJOURN

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program MAPPING SCIENCE COMMITTEE Second Meeing February 2–3, 1988 Room 118 Green Building National Academy of Sciences 2001 Wisconsin Avenue Washington, DC AGENDA TUESDAY, February 2, 1988 8:30 AM EXECUTIVE SESSION Review of Agenda and Goals of Meeting 9:00 AM I. STANDARDS AND COORDINATION Briefings on Standards Activities National Digital Cartographic Data Standards USGS Standards Activities NMD Data Format and Cartographic Features Issues to be Resolved on Standards Briefings on Coordination Activities FICCDC IDCCC Intrabureau Issues to be Resolved on Coordination WEDNESDAY, February 3, 1988, 8:30 AM II. USER’S NEEDS Mission & Cooperation with NMD by DMA NOAA NASA Census Briefings on User’s Needs of NMD by DMA by NOAA by NASA by Census Briefing on Primary Mapping Economic Analysis

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program Issues to be Resolved on User’s Needs 14:30 EXECUTIVE SESSION To discuss and frame recommendations/findings to USGS on above issues

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program MAPPING SCIENCE COMMITTEE Third Meeting May 24–25, 1988 Room 128, Green Building National Academy of Sciences 2001 Wisconsin Avenue Washington, DC AGENDA TUESDAY, May 24, 1988 8:30 AM EXECUTIVE SESSION Concept of Organization and Operation of the Committee for the Next Few Years - Issue Identification - Subcommittee Structures and Operations - Outputs 11:45 LUNCH 12:30 PM OPEN SESSION Briefings from Users of USGS Mapping Products and Discussion - Bureau of Land Management - Forest Service - Fish and Wildlife Service 4:30 PM EXECUTIVE SESSION Subcommittees: Planning and Charge Development WEDNESDAY, May 25, 1988 8:00 AM EXECUTIVE SESSION Continuation of Subcommittee Planning and Charge Development 10:00 AM Review by Full Committee of Planned Subcommittee Activities NOON LUNCH

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program 1:00 PM OPEN SESSION Review with USGS Committee’s Operational Plans 2:30 PM EXECUTIVE SESSION Nature and Framework of Outputs Schedule Considerations of Future Structure of NAS/NRC Activities in Geography/Cartography (time permitting)

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program MAPPING SCIENCE COMMITTEE Subgroup A Meeting: User Requirements August 30, 1988 U.S. Geological Survey Reston, VA AGENDA 8:30 AM 1. Division Reorganization Plans J.Morrison 2. NMD Marketing Perspective M.McDermott 3. National Cartographic Information Centers J.Woods 4. Public Information Office W.Hassibe Lunch 5. NMD Plans and Requirements Activities M.Chambers 6. Primary Mapping Economic Analysis L.Amos/C.Shapiro EXECUTIVE SESSION 7. Subcommittee Discussion and Assignments   ADJOURN

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program MAPPING SCIENCE COMMITTEE Subgroup B Meeting: Geographic Information Systems October 19, 1988 U.S. Geological Survey Reston, VA AGENDA 1 PM DISCUSSIONS ON GIS ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE USGS WITH: 1. John Houghton, Director, USGS Reston GIS Laboratory 2. David A.Nystrom, Chief, Office of Geographic and Cartographic Research 3. Joel L.Morrison, Assistant Division Chief for Research 4. Lowell E.Starr, Chief, National Mapping Division ADJOURN

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program MAPPING SCIENCE COMMITTEE Fourth Meeting February 16–17, 1989 Room GR-127, Green Building National Academy of Sciences 2001 Wisconsin Avenue Washington, DC AGENDA Thursday, February 16 EXECUTIVE SESSION 8:30 AM Introduction, Purpose of Meeting T.Finnie 8:45 AM Subcommittee 1: The User Community—Task, philosophy of approach, findings, possible conclusions and recommendations B.Petchenik 10:15 AM Break   10:30 AM Subcommittee 2: GIS Activities—Task, philosophy of approach, findings, possible conclusions and recommendations D.Cowen Noon Lunch   12:45 PM Discussion of combination of two drafts into one report What needs to be done?   1:30 PM Break-out into Subcommittee revision groups   Friday, February 17 8:30–10 AM EXECUTIVE SESSION Status of Subcommittee revisions, further report needs  

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program 10 AM OPEN SESSION Discussion with USGS personnel on Committee’s current directions with the report. This is designed to get initial feedback on directions (not conclusions/recommendations) and to provide additional information from the USGS to the Committee. Noon Lunch 1:00 PM EXECUTIVE SESSION Results of discussions with USGS 1:15 PM Continuation of revisions and plans of the report 4:00 PM Adjourn

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program MAPPING SCIENCE COMMITTEE Fifth Meeting April 27–28, 1989 Green Building National Academy of Sciences 2001 Wisconsin Avenue Washington, DC AGENDA THURSDAY, April 27, 1989 EXECUTIVE SESSION 8:30 AM Review of Objectives and Operation of Meeting FINNIE 9:00 AM I. Review of Major Concerns/Issues COMMITTEE 10:15 AM Break   10:30 AM II. Organization of Report   11:30 AM III. Schedule and Tasking for Revisions   Noon Lunch   12:45 PM IV. Tasks (possibly breakup into specific groups)   FRIDAY, April 28, 1989 EXECUTIVE SESSION 8:30 AM V. Review Progress; Further Questions for USGS??   OPEN SESSION 10:00 AM VI. Update of NMD Structure, Directions,     Issues STARR/MORRISON Noon Lunch  

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Spatial Data Needs: The Future of the National Mapping Program EXECUTIVE SESSION 12:45 PM VII. Continue Tasks 2:45 PM VIII. Schedule and Activities of Future Meetings 3:45 PM Adjourn