Difference between revisions of "Integration of AQ Observation Systems:Objectives"

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This section would lay out key missions and objectives on an agency basis and link each mission with data needs to build (actually demonstrate) the case that many agencies share similarities in data needs and each agency’s ability to conduct assessments are reinforced by linking with other organizations.  In addition, this discussion can shed some insight on important information gaps setting the stage for subsequent section
 
This section would lay out key missions and objectives on an agency basis and link each mission with data needs to build (actually demonstrate) the case that many agencies share similarities in data needs and each agency’s ability to conduct assessments are reinforced by linking with other organizations.  In addition, this discussion can shed some insight on important information gaps setting the stage for subsequent section
  
 
Further clarification on the why this effort is needed by providing questions that generally connect better with different audiences such as the research and decision maker based community, and explore linkages across agency efforts.    Although the questions incorporate an assessment context, they are intended to challenge interagency collaborative intentions.
 
Further clarification on the why this effort is needed by providing questions that generally connect better with different audiences such as the research and decision maker based community, and explore linkages across agency efforts.    Although the questions incorporate an assessment context, they are intended to challenge interagency collaborative intentions.

Revision as of 13:22, October 9, 2006

Links to: Air Quality Cluster > CENR Monitoring Strategy



This section would lay out key missions and objectives on an agency basis and link each mission with data needs to build (actually demonstrate) the case that many agencies share similarities in data needs and each agency’s ability to conduct assessments are reinforced by linking with other organizations. In addition, this discussion can shed some insight on important information gaps setting the stage for subsequent section

Further clarification on the why this effort is needed by providing questions that generally connect better with different audiences such as the research and decision maker based community, and explore linkages across agency efforts. Although the questions incorporate an assessment context, they are intended to challenge interagency collaborative intentions.