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Linking Science and Technology to Society's Environmental Goals Appendix E Respondents to Call for Comments Tundi Agardy World Wildlife Fund Washington, D.C. David P. Albright President Alliance for Transportation Research Albuquerque, N.M. George C. Allen, Jr. Manager, Environmental Programs Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, N.M. Brad Allenby AT&T ERC Princeton, N.J. J. Allies President TNT Technology Company Tempe, Ariz. Victor Ashe Mayor City of Knoxville Knoxville, Tenn. Michael Barker, AICP Executive Director American Planning Association Washington, D.C. R.R. Beebe Mining and Metallurgical Society of America Tucson, Ariz. Harvey M. Bernstein President Civil Engineering Research Foundation Washington, D.C. David Blaskovich Director of Marketing Government and Environment Markets Field Marketing CRAY Research Inc. Washington, D.C.
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Linking Science and Technology to Society's Environmental Goals David Bodansky Chairman, Panel on Public Affairs American Physical Society Washington, D.C. David L. Bodde Vice President Midwest Research Institute Kansas City, Mo. Lynn M. Bradley, FAIC Environmental Health Project Director Association of State and Territorial Health Officials Washington, D.C. Lewis M. Branscomb Kennedy School of Government Harvard University Cambridge, Mass. Dale E. Brooks Managing Director Government Relations American Institute of Chemical Engineers Washington, D.C. Annice Brown Environment and Natural Resources Division Asia Technical Department World Bank Washington, D.C. Robert D. Brown President National Association of University Fisheries and Wildlife Programs Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences Texas A&M University College Station, Tex. Susan L. Brown Director Economic Development Department City of Knoxville Knoxville, Tenn. Tom Buechler Black & Veatch Kansas City, Mo. Gregory H. Canavan Senior Scientist Physics Division Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos, N.M. Bruce B. Canty George Washington University Ashburn, Va. John B. Carberry DuPont Science & Engineering Wilmington, Del. William J. Carroll President WFEO/FMOI Pasadena, Calif. Arthur H. Chappelka Associate Professor School of Forestry Auburn University, Ala. Kenneth W. Chilton Director, Center for the Study of American Business Washington University St. Louis, Mo.
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Linking Science and Technology to Society's Environmental Goals Richard A. Conway Union Carbide South Charleston, W.Va. John K. Crum Executive Director American Chemical Society Washington, D.C. Kevin S. Curtis Senior Associate The Keystone Center Washington, D.C. I.H. Cushman Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tenn. Robert D. Day Executive Director Renewable Natural Resources Foundation Bethesda, Md. Christopher F. D'Elia Professor and Director Maryland Sea Grant College University of Maryland System College Park, Md. Dan Dessecker Forest Ecologist The Ruffed Grouse Society Rice Lake, Wisc. Thomas W. Devine RMT, Inc. Greenville, S.C. Susan Eisenberg Executive Director National Association of Environmental Professionals Washington, D.C. Laurie A. Fathe Assistant Professor Department of Physics Occidental College Los Angeles, Calif. Robert L. Ford Center for Energy and Environmental Studies Southern University Baton Rouge Campus Baton Rouge, La. Robert Fri Resources for the Future Washington, D.C. Elizabeth V. Gardener Conservation Officer Denver Water Denver, Colo. Joan N. Gardner President Applied Geographics, Inc Boston, Mass. Edward Gerjuoy Professor of Physics (emeritus) University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. R. Jane Ginn Ginn & Associates Newcastle, Wash. William T. Golden Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government New York, N.Y.
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Linking Science and Technology to Society's Environmental Goals Andrew J. Goodpaster Co-Chair The Atlantic Council of the United States Washington, D.C. Larry Gordon School of Public Administration University of New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M. Debra Grabowski Environmental Epidemiologist Albuquerque Environmental Health Department Albuquerque, N.M. John Graham Harvard Center for Risk Analysis Boston, Mass. Jon Greenberg Director of Environmental Policy Browning Ferris Industries Washington, D.C. Brad Grems Waste Policy Institute Blacksburg, Va. Alan Gressel President Research Oil Company Cleveland, Ohio Kenneth D. Haddad Department of Environmental Protection St. Petersburg, Fla. Jay D. Hair President National Wildlife Federation Washington, D.C. Philip W. Hamilton Managing Director Public Affairs American Society of Mechanical Engineers Washington, D.C. William M. Haney III President and CEO Molten Metal Technology, Inc. Waltham, Mass. Robert E. Hegner Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratory Washington, D.C. Ronald H. Henson Vice President Environment, Health and Safety/Engineering Assembly and Testing Pratt & Whitney United Technologies East Hartford, Conn. George M. Hidy College of Engineering Center for Environmental Research and Technology University of California, Riverside Riverside, Calif. Thomas E. Hitchins, AIA Architect Hewitt, N.J. K. Elaine Hoagland Executive Director Association of Systematics Collections Washington, D.C.
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Linking Science and Technology to Society's Environmental Goals Naomi U. Kaminsky Scientific Affairs Program Manager American Pharmaceutical Association Washington, D.C. Elizabeth A. Kay Vice President Ecological Solutions, Inc. Boston, Mass. David R. Kiesling Technical Director Fluor Daniel Environmental Services Irvine, Calif. C. Judson King Vice Provost for Research University of California Oakland, Calif. Richard L. Klimisch Vice President Engineering Affairs Division American Automobile Manufacturers Association Detroit, Mich. Charles E. Kolb President Aerodyne Research, Inc. Billerica, Mass. Richard F. Kosobud Department of Economics University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago, III. A.B. Krewinghaus Shell Development Company Houston, Tex. Floy Lilley Program Manager University of Texas at Austin College of Engineering Austin, Tex. Morton Lippman Professor Nelson Institute of Environmental Medicine New York University Medical Center Tuxedo, N.Y. A.P. Malinauskas Director Office of Environmental Technology Development Lockheed Martin Energy Systems Oak Ridge, Tenn. Michael Markels, Jr. Chairman Emeritus Versar, Inc. Springfield, Va. Edward J. Martin Executive Director Hazardous Materials Control Resources Institute Rockville, Md. Peter May Department of Political Science University of Washington Seattle, Wash. Linda S. McCoy Deputy Director Advanced Technologies and Planning Division Department of Energy Idaho Operations Office Idaho Falls, Idaho
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Linking Science and Technology to Society's Environmental Goals Alan Miller Center for Global Change University of Maryland College Park, Md. Dennis F. Miller Manager, International Programs Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Washington, D.C. James M. Murray President Timberlock Company La Jolla, Calif. Gerald Nehman Director Environmental Institute for Technology Transfer University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, Tex. George B. Newton Director System Planning Corporation Arlington, Va. J. Patrick Nicholson Chief Executive N-VIRO International Corporation Toledo, Ohio Charles Noss Water Environment Research Foundation Alexandria, Va. Michael Novacek Vice President and Provost of Science American Museum of Natural History New York, N.Y. Gilbert S. Omenn Dean, Public Health and Community Medicine University of Washington Seattle, Wash. James F. Pankow Department of Environmental Science Engineering Portland, Ore. Rod Parrish Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Pensacola, Fla. Elisabeth Pate-Cornell Department of IE-EM Stanford University Stanford, Calif. Marcus Peacock House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Congress of the United States Washington, D.C. Madison J. Post National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Environmental Technology Laboratory Boulder, Colo. Dennis R. Poulsen, CEP Manager, Environmental Services California Steel Industries, Inc. Fontana, Calif. Peter H. Raven Director Missouri Botanical Garden St. Louis, Mo.
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Linking Science and Technology to Society's Environmental Goals James A. Roberts Global Environmental Sacramento, Calif. Jonas Salk The Salk Institute for Biological Studies San Diego, Calif. Edward S. Sarachik Atmospheric Sciences University of Washington Seattle, Wash. Lynn Scarlett Vice President, Research Reason Foundation Los Angeles, Calif. Raymond C. Scheppach Executive Director National Governors' Association Washington, D.C. Wayne A. Schmidt Research Manager National Wildlife Federation Great Lakes Natural Resource Center Ann Arbor, Mich. Edward D. Schroeder Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering University of California, Davis Davis, Calif. C. Thomas Sciance Sciance Consulting Services, Inc. Hockessin, Del. Henry Shaw New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, N.J. Paul S. Sheng University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, Calif. John T. Sigmon School of the Environment Duke University Durham, N.C. Scott Sklar Executive Director Solar Energy Industries Association Washington, D.C. Eugene B. Skolnikoff Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Mass. Marina Skumanich Research Scientist Battelle Seattle Research Center Seattle, Wash. Maggie Smith Michael Baker Jr., Inc. Virginia Beach, Va. Robert Solow Princeton University Princeton, N.J. Christine Stevens President Animal Welfare Institute Washington, D.C. Sue A. Tolin President American Phytopathological Society St. Paul, Minn.
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Linking Science and Technology to Society's Environmental Goals Michael Toman Resources for the Future Washington, D.C. Linda K. Trocki Program Director Los Alamos National Laboratory Energy Technology Programs Office Los Alamos, N.M. R. Rhodes Trussell Montgomery Watson, Inc. Pasadena, Calif. Francis Y. Tsang Global Technologies, Inc. Idaho Falls, Idaho Jane Hughes Turnbull Electric Power Research Institute Palo Alto, Calif. James M. Vail Senior Science Advisor American Petroleum Institute Washington, D.C. William R. Waldrop Tellico Village Loudon, Tenn. Philip G. Watanabe Blaire, Wash. Mike Way Executive Director Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education Denver, Colo. Stephen R. Weil Bechtel Hanford, Inc. Richland, Wash. Conrad G. Welling Ocean Minerals Co. Menlo Park, Calif. Iddo Wernick Research Associate Program for the Human Environment The Rockefeller University New York, N.Y. Roy F. Weston Roy F. Weston, Inc. West Chester, Pa. Grace Wever Vice President Council of Great Lakes Industries Rochester, N.Y. W.R. Wiley Senior Vice President Science and Technology Policy Battelle Memorial Institute Richland, Wash. Jane Willeboordse NGO/Government Liaison International Solar Energy Society Columbia, Md. Julian Wolpert Professor of Geography, Public Affairs and Urban Planning Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs Princeton University Princeton, N.J.
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