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Appendix B ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The committee gratefully acknowledges the generous contri- butions of time and Formation provided by the liaison repre- sentatives and their agencies, and the many individuals who par- ticipated In the data-gathering processes inherent to the project. Special thanks are extender] to ad who communicated with the project by telephone and mail, as wed} as to the following individ- uals who participated in committee meetings and workshops. The cooperation and interest In the committee's work of aD respondents was of material assistance. Sherburne Abbott, National Research Council David Aubrey, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution David Barilovich, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers T. Barnett, Scripps Institution of Oceanography L. Borgrnan, University of Wyoming Kirk Bryan, Princeton University J. Collins, American Society of Photogrammetry K. O. Emery, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution D. Foster, Australia 141

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142 RESPONDING TO CHANGES IN SEA LEVEL Cyril Calvin, Springfield, Virginia Vivien Gornitz, Goddard Institute for Space Studies James E. Hansen, Goddard Institute for Space Studies Eugene H. Hariow, Soros Associates Steacy D. Hicks, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration H. Horikawa, Japan John G. Housley, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers C. H. J. Hull, Delaware River Basm Commission Douglas James, Utah State University Michael Kearney, University of Maryland George Kukla, Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory Nicholas Kraus, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Ray B. Krone, University of California, Davis Ashish J. Mehta, University of Florida Orville Magoon, Guenoc Winery Walter Newman, Queens College Joan Pope, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Frederick Sanders, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Wolfgang Scherer, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Hsieh Wen Shen, University of California, Berkeley Robert Sorensen, Lehigh University F. W. Stapor, Tennessee Technical University C. ThurIow, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration B. Thom, Australia Thomas M. Usselman, National Research Council Lawrence Ward, Horn Paint Environmental Laboratory R. Weggel, Drexe} University John Wells, University of North Carolina Peter K. Wey1, State University of New York, Stony Brook Robert W. Whalin, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers