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|Lecture Summary=Lecture 14 is where we define the project teams.  Once again the "form" of the project is discussed.  The goals: a complex problem with competing interests; separating what we know, from what we don't know, what we believe, what we want to believe; what are the externalities to the problem, to what is the problem related, how is it related; what are the impacts; what are the possible paths to solution?  It is important to think about time scales, near-term versus long-term.  Think of evolving towards solutions, not defining the solution at the first moment.
 
|Lecture Summary=Lecture 14 is where we define the project teams.  Once again the "form" of the project is discussed.  The goals: a complex problem with competing interests; separating what we know, from what we don't know, what we believe, what we want to believe; what are the externalities to the problem, to what is the problem related, how is it related; what are the impacts; what are the possible paths to solution?  It is important to think about time scales, near-term versus long-term.  Think of evolving towards solutions, not defining the solution at the first moment.
 
 
|Lecture Link=[http://climateknowledge.org/figures/Rood_Climate_Change_AOSS480_Lec2008/AOSS_480_L14_PROJECT_DEFN_20080221.ppt Powerpoint Lecture 14]
 
|Lecture Link=[http://climateknowledge.org/figures/Rood_Climate_Change_AOSS480_Lec2008/AOSS_480_L14_PROJECT_DEFN_20080221.ppt Powerpoint Lecture 14]
 
|Lecture Outline=* Project teams and subjects
 
|Lecture Outline=* Project teams and subjects
 
* An outline of project “form”
 
* An outline of project “form”
 
 
|Topics Covered=Projects
 
|Topics Covered=Projects
 
|Semester=W08
 
|Semester=W08
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  • An outline of project “form”|}}

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