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Marine Biotechnology in the Twenty-First Century: Problems, Promise, and Products Appendix E 1999 Marine Biotechnology Workshop: Opportunities for Advancement of Environmental Marine Biotechnology WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS JoAnn M. Burkholder North Carolina State University Linda Chrisey Office of Naval Research Chrys Chryssostomidis Massachusetts Institute of Technology John W. Costerton Montana State University Lori Denno Delaware Nature Society Richard E. Dodge Nova Southeastern University Jed Fuhrman University of Southern California Mark E. Hahn Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Maryanna Henkart National Science Foundation Rosemarie Hinkel University of Delaware Diane Hite Mississippi State University George Hoskin U.S. Food and Drug Administration Jonathan Kramer Maryland Sea Grant Linda Kupfer National Sea Grant College Program Kenneth Lee Maurice Lamontagne Institute Leonard Levin Electric Power Research Institute David Manyak Oceanix Biosciences Judith McDowell Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Irving A. Mendelssohn Louisiana State University
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Marine Biotechnology in the Twenty-First Century: Problems, Promise, and Products Robert Menzer U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Marc W. Mittelman Altra Corporation Francois M.M. Morel Princeton University Aileen N.C. Morse Marine Biotechnology Center, University of California, Santa Barbara Ralph J. Portier Louisiana State University Roger C. Prince Exxon/Mobil Research & Engineering Co. Laurie L. Richardson Florida International University Michael Smolen World Wildlife Fund George Vermont National Science Foundation Cheryl Woodley National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Lily Young Rutgers University Raymond A. Zilinskas Monterey Institute of International Studies
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