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B Acivisors ant! Reviewers Participants in the DOE/NSF Nuclear Science Advisory Committee's Long Range Plan Workshop, Wells College, Aurora, New York, July 11-15, 1983 *J. P. ScH~FFER, Argonne National Laboratory, Chairman E. G. ADEEBERGER, University of Washington, Seattle *S. M. AUSTIN, Michigan State University C. BALTAY, Columbia University *G. A. BAYM, University of Illinois, Urbana W. BERTozz~, Massachusetts Institute of Technology G. F. BERTSCH, Michigan State University (representing the American Physical Society, Division of Nuclear Physics) *F. H. BOEHM, California Institute of Technology *D. A. BROMEEY, Yale University tJ. CERNY, University of California, Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory *H. H. CHEN, University of California, Irvine *D. CLINK, University of Rochester tP. T. DEBEVEC, University of Illinois, Urbana * Member of Nuclear Science Advisory Committee. t Member of Nuclear Physics Panel of the Physics Survey Committee. 196

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APPENDIX B 197 R. M. D'AMoND, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory C. B. DOVER, Brookhaven National Laboratory *K. A. ERB, Oak Ridge National Laboratory G. T. GARVEY, Argonne National Laboratory D. F. GEESAMAN, Argonne National Laboratory F. L. GROSS, College of William and Mary *H. A. GRUNDER, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory M. GYULASSY, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory P. E. HAusTE'N, Brookhaven National Laboratory (representing the American Chemical Society, Division of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology) J. H. HE~sENsERG, University of New Hampshire P. HERCZEG, Los Alamo s National Laboratory *C. M. HOFFMAN, Los Alamos National Laboratory F. IAcHE~o, Yale University G. J. IGO, University of California, Los Angeles *A. K. KERMAN, Massachusetts Institute of Technology IN. B. Kosher, Rutgers University IS. E. KooN'N, California Institute of Technology T. W. LuD~AM, Brookhaven National Laboratory *M. H. MACFARLANE, Indiana University M. J. MARTIN, Oak Ridge National Laboratory R. D. McKEowN, California Institute of Technology L. D. McLERRAN, University of Washington, Seattle E. J. Mom, Massachusetts Institute of Technology TP. D. PARKER, Yale University R. P. REDw~NE, Massachusetts Institute of Technology fR. G. H. ROBERTSON, Los Alamos National Laboratory *P. G. Roos, University of Maryland L. S. SCHROEDER, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory *A. Z. SCHWARZSCHILD, Brookhaven National Laboratory *I. SICK, University of Basel, Switzerland IS. E. V'GDoR, Indiana University *E. W. VOGT, University of British Columbia, Canada * Member of Nuclear Science Advisory Committee. t Member of Nuclear Physics Panel of the Physics Survey Committee.

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198 APPENDIX B Agency Representatives H. C. BRITT, U.S. Department of Energy H. L. CRANNELL, National Science Foundation J. R. ERsK~NE, U.S. Department of Energy J. B. McGRoRY, U.S. Department of Energy C. R. R'cHARDsoN, U.S. Department of Energy E. T. PITTER, U.S. Department of Energy W. S. RODNEY, National Science Foundation H. B. WILLARD, National Science Foundation Chairmen of Working Groups S. M. AusT~N, Elementary Excitations G. A. BAYM, Nuclear Matter and Equation of State F. H. BOEHM, Fundamental Symmetries D. A. BRADLEY, Macroscopic Aspects R. M. D~AMoND, High Angular Momenta C. B. DOVER, Strange Quarks in Nuclei K. A. ERB, Societal Applications G. T. GARVEY, Instrumentation G. T. GARVEY, Nonnucleonic, Quark Aspects F. IAcHE~o, Nuclear Symmetries M. J. MARTIN, Accelerator Facilities E. J. Monk, Nonnucleonic, Hadronic Aspects P. D. PARKER, Nuclear Astrophysics A. Z. SCHWARZSCHILD, Connections with Other Sciences S. E. VIGDOR, Nucleons in Nuclei E. W. VOGT, International Aspects Participants in Working Groups Who Did Not Attend Workshop B. R. APPLETON, Oak Ridge National Laboratory L. M. Bow, Argonne National Laboratory J. N. BRADBURY, Los Alamos National Laboratory G. E. BROWN, State University of New York at Stony Brook fR. A. E'sENsTE~N, Carnegie-Mellon University J. A. HARVEY, Oak Ridge National Laboratory R. A. JAMESON, Los Alamo s National Laboratory t Member of Nuclear Physics Panel of the Physics Survey Committee.

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APPENDIX B 199 F. F. KNAPP, JR., Oak Ridge National Laboratory F. PLASIL, Oak Ridge National Laboratory P. THIEBERGER, Brookhaven National Laboratory TJ. D. WALECKA, Stanford University READERS OF THE NUCLEAR PHYSICS PANEL REPORT (February-March 1984) J. M. ALEXANDER, State University of New York at Stony Brook G. F. BERTSCH, Michigan State University (Chairman, Division of Nuclear Physics, American Physical Society) C. GLASHAUSSER, Rutgers University C. D. GOODMAN, Indiana University E. HAYWARD, National Bureau of Standards (Vice-Chairman, Division of Nuclear Physics, American Physical Society) A. B. McDoNA~D, Princeton University R. A. NAUMANN, Princeton University (Chairman, Division of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology, American Chemical Society) D. ROBSON, Florida State University J. P. SCHIFFER, Argonne National Laboratory (Chairman, DOE/NSF Nuclear Science Advisory Committee) A. Z. SCHWARZSCHILD, Brookhaven National Laboratory R. E. TRIBBLE, Texas A&M University t Member of Nuclear Physics Panel of the Physics Survey Committee.

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