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Missouri River Planning: Recognizing and Incorporating Sediment Management Appendix A Guest Speakers at Committee Meetings Federal Agencies U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Chance Bitner, Kansas City, Missouri Paul Boyd, Omaha Larry Cieslik, Omaha Craig Fleming, Yankton, South Dakota Mike George, Omaha Mary Miles, St. Louis Dan Pridal, Omaha John Remus, Omaha Jennifer Switzer, Kansas City, Missouri David Soballe, Vicksburg, Mississippi Ken Stark, Kansas City, Missouri Allen Tool, Kansas City, Missouri Cody Wheeler, Kansas City, Missouri U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Jeff Robichaud, Kansas City U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wayne Nelson-Stastny, Yankton, South Dakota Mike Olson, Bismarck, North Dakota Wayne Stancill, Yankton, South Dakota
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Missouri River Planning: Recognizing and Incorporating Sediment Management U.S. Geological Survey Dale Blevins, Lee’s Summit, Missouri Joe Gorman, Council Bluffs, Iowa Rick Wilson, Lincoln, Nebraska State Agencies Kristin Perry, Missouri Clean Water Commission, Jefferson City Universities and Private Sector Tim Cowman, Missouri River Institute, Vermillion, South Dakota Denise Reed, University of New Orleans Daniel Sheer, HydroLogics, Columbia, Maryland A. Dan Tarlock, Chicago-Kent College of Law Robert Twilley, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge