AGENDA, June 7, 9-11 a.m.
Rather than create a specific agenda this month, I'm going to dedicate the first hour of the meeting to discussion of potential papers out of our work, and also to designating leads on any that firm up (conceptually) during that time. Please all be framing your thinking not just around what you would obviously want to publish, but also how it would integrate in the best way with the stuff others would obviously want to publish. Writing fully transdisciplinary papers is a real challenge, but a rewarding and stimulating one. Don't take this to mean there won't be room to publish the more "obvious" research papers. We want to do that AND the stretch for integration.
The second hour will be divided among quicker updates than usual: I'd hope to hear about surveys times two, corporate interviews, landowner interviews, GIS work and spatial analysis, and a quick update from Drew on the now-completed (but always evolving) EWEB case study. If anyone has little to report since last month, please just say so tomorrow, and someone else can use the time.
If I've forgotten something here, you'll tell me. We'll see how productive this format is, and may use it as a framework to assist our thinking for a few meetings, even if the focus is not exclusively on the papers themselves. Look forward to seeing you all.