UNIDATA POLICY COMMITTEE October 25, 2004 Topics of

UNIDATA POLICY COMMITTEE October 25, 2004 Topics of

UNIDATA POLICY COMMITTEE October 25, 2004 Topics of Interest Organizational Changes Budgets NAS Study Funding History Management Transition Dr. Arden L. Bement, Jr nominated as Director of NSF Senate must confirm New POs Kiran Alapaty, new Associate Program Director for CDP Chris Cantrell returns to NCAR Al Cooper returns to NCAR Sarah Ruth, joins ULAFOS (DHS willing) Bernard Grant on 120 day detail to the Division of Information and Intelligent System (IIS/CISE) As of November 1, 2004 Two Science Assistance Nick Anderson Theresa Moretto Lower Atmospheric Research Section (LARS) reorganization Realignment of the Lower

Atmosphere Research Section (Division of Atmospheric Sciences) Total LARS staff unchanged Previous Atmospheric Chemistry Climate Dynamics Large-scale Dynamic Meteorology Mesoscale Dynamic Meteorology Physical Meteorology Paleoclimate New Atmospheric Chemistry Climate and Large-scale Dynamics Physical and Dynamic Meteorology Paleoclimate NSB Nominations

Kathryn D. Sullivan Alan I. Leshner Regents Professor of Meteorology, School of Meteorology; Roger and Sherry Teigen Presidential Professor; Director, Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms, University of Oklahoma Louis J. Lanzerotti President, Georgia Institute of Technology Kelvin K. Droegemeier President Emeritus Purdue University West Lafayette, Indiana Gerald Wayne Clough Chief Technology Officer for Industrial and Federal Businesses, CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd.; and Executive Director for Energy and Technologies at the

University of Chicago Steven C. Beering CEO, American Association for the Advancement of Science Dan Arvizu president and chief executive officer of the Center of Science and Industry in Columbus, Ohio. Distinguished Professor of Physics, Center for Solar Terrestrial Research, Department of Physics, New Jersey Institute of Technology Jon C. Strauss President, Harvey Mudd College Status of FY 2005 Budget FY 04 (000) FY 05 Request (000) House Mark (000) Senate

Mark (000) Research and Related Activities 4,251,360 4,452,310 4,151,745 4,402,320 Major Research Equipment and Facilities Construction 154,982 213,270 208,200 130,420 Education and Human Resources 938,990 771,360 842,985 929,150 Salaries and Expenses 218,705

294,000 249,970 269,000 National Science Board 3,877 3,950 3,950 4,000 Inspector General 9,941 10,110 1,110 10,110 5,578,323 5,744,690 5,466,960 5,744,690 NSF Total Study by The National Academies

Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate Strategic Guidance for NSFs Support of Research in the Atmospheric Sciences Charge the committee is asked to consider how ATM can best accomplish its mission of supporting the atmospheric sciences into the future. Specifically, this study will consider the following questions: 1. What are the most effective activities (e.g., research, facilities, technology development, education and workforce programs) & modes of support (e.g., individual principal investigators, university-based research centers, large centers) for achieving NSFs range of goals in the atmospheric sciences? 2. Is the balance among the types of activities appropriate and should it be adjusted? Is the balance among modes of support for the atmospheric sciences effective and should it be adjusted? 3. Are there any gaps in the activities supported by the Division and are there new mechanisms that should be considered in planning and facilitating these activities? 4. Are interdisciplinary, interdisciplinary Foundation-wide, interagency, and international activities effectively implemented and are there new mechanisms that should be considered? 5. How can NSF ensure and encourage the broadest participation and involvement of atmospheric researchers at a variety of institutions? Schedule August 19-20, 2004 1st meeting (Washington, DC): Orientation to NRC process and required Composition and Balance discussion. Discuss statement of task and plan study strategy. October 14-15, 2004 2nd meeting (Boulder, CO): Information gathering. Presentations from outside speakers. Potential opportunities for community input.. December 13-17, 2004

Town hall at AGU Fall Meeting (San Francisco, CA) January 9-13, 2005 Town hall at AMS Annual Meeting (San Diego, CA) Spring, 2005 3rd committee meeting (Washington, DC): Continued information gathering and presentations from outside speakers (in particular, regarding interagency and international activities). June-July, 2005 4th meeting (Beckman Center, Irvine, CA): Prepare interim report. August, 2005 Submit interim report for review October, 2005 Deliver interim report November, 2005 5th meeting (location, TBD) December, 2005 Town hall at AGU Fall Meeting (San Francisco, CA) January, 2006 Town hall at AMS Annual Meeting (Atlanta, GA) March-April, 2006 6th committee meeting (Woods Hole, MA): Review draft report. Deliberations. Finalize conclusions and recommendations.

June, 2006 Outside review: Report submitted for outside review (4 weeks). August/September, 2006 Report delivery: Respond to Report Review Committee. Formatting. Prepublication version delivered to sponsors and released. September-December, 2006 Dissemination. December, 2006 Published report available. Dissemination. ATM Budget History A 30 year look and changes in focus and balance Definitions ATM Total Division Budget NCAR Base funding including science and facilities Grants Lower and Upper Atmospheric Grants Programs Other Facilities Upper Atmospheric (e.g. incoherent radars), Lower Atmospheric (e.g. WY King Air, CHILL), Deployment Pool, Unidata Priority Areas BE, ITR, Nano, Math, and HSD

$250 30 Year ATM Budget (Actual $) by by Major Major Activity Activity (in (in millions millions of of dollars) dollars) $200 $150 $100 $50 $0 1972 1977 1982 ATM NCAR 1987 1992 GRANTS Other Fac. 1997 Priority

2002 $200 30 Year ATM Budget (Constant $ 1996) by by Major Major Activity Activity (in (in millions millions of of dollars) dollars) $180 $160 $140 $120 $100 $80 $60 $40 $20 $0 1972 ATM 1977 NC AR 1982 1987 GRANTS 1992

1997 Other Fac ilities 2002 P riorities 30 Year ATM Budget (Constant $ 1996) $80 by by Major Major Activity Activity (in (in millions millions of of dollars) dollars) $70 $60 $50 $40 $30 $20 $10 $0 1972 1977 1982 NCAR Science and Facilities 1987 Grants Programs

1992 1997 Other Facilities 2002 NSF Priority Areas 30 Year ATM Budget (Actual $) by by Science Science & & Facilities Facilities (in (in millions millions of of dollars) dollars) FY 84 ($88.4M) FY 74 ($35.7M) 4% 23% 19% 50% 52% 25% 27% FY 94 ($133M)

FY 04 ($228M) 13% 4% 10% 47% 38% 14% 22% 17% 18% 17% Background Slides From presentation to BASC August 2004 FY 2004 Funding $1,200 $1,000 Mathematical and Physical Sciences Education and Human Resources Geosciences $800 Computer and Information Science and Engineering Biological Sciences

$600 Engineering $400 U.S. Polar Research & Support Programs $200 Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Integrative Activities $0 Office of International Science and Engineering ATM Research Proposal Statistics Submitted Proposals ~ 800 Competitive awards: ~ 300 Average annual award: $128,000 Average duration: 3 years NSF-10 The Changing Nature of ATM Research Grants 100%

100% 90% 90% 80% 80% 70% 70% 60% 60% 50% 50% 40% 40% 30% 30% 20% 20% 10% 10% 0%

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 81% 76% 70% 70% 73% 68% 68% 63% 63% 63% 64% 61% 63% 59%

57% 55% 51% 50% 53% 42% B y $ - >= 2 PIs 19% 24% 30% 30% 27% 32% 32% 37% 37% 37% 36% 39% 37% 41%

43% 45% 49% 50% 47% 58% 87% 85% 82% 82% 80% 79% 78% 76% 76% 76% 75% 73% 73% 72%

71% 70% 69% 68% 55% 52% B y # - >= 2 PIs 13% 15% 18% 18% 20% 21% 22% 24% 24% 24% 25% 27% 27% 28%

29% 30% 31% 32% 45% 48% B y $ - SIR Ps B y # - SIR Ps 0% Percent of Awards Percent of Award Value A TM R esearch Grants for Single Inv estig ators (SIRPS) and Multiple PI Awards by Valu e of Grants [b ars] and Num b er of Grants [lines] Statistics for Modes of Research Support in ATM Number of New Awards FY03 (280 Projects) Distribution of Resrearch Grant Support (FY03 $120 M) SGER SGER Individual Individual Group (Collabortive)

Group (Collabortive) Center Center 10 1 19 8% 1% 13% 78% 250 http://www.nsf.gov/sbe/srs/nsf04309/start.htm Department of Defense (10) Department of Energy (16) Department of Health and Human Service s (1) National Aeronautics and Space Adminis tration (1) National Science Foundation (5) Nuclear Regulatory Commission (1) Department of Transportation (1) Department of the Treasury (1)

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