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FUTURE ROLES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Fluid Minerals, Bureau of Land Management; Witmer, Richard Chief Geographer, USGS; Wondra, Phil Deputy Regional Chief Biologist, Central Region, USGS; Zavoli, Walt Vice President, Research and Development, Etak Inc.
Blockstein, David Senior Scientist, Committee for National Institute for the Environment; Bredehoeft, John Consultant/Principal, The Hydrodynamics Group; Duffy, Christopher J. Group Member, Computing, Information, and Communications (CIC7), Los Alamos Laboratory; Ferry, John M. President, Mineralogical Society of America; Hood, Laura Conservation Planning Program Manager, Defenders of Wildlife; Kesler, Stephen Professor, Geological Sciences, University of Michigan; McKee, Lance Vice President, Corporate Communications, Open GIS Consortium, Inc.; Paul, Ellen Executive Director, The Ornithological Council; Reimer, G. Michael; Rittmann, Bruce E. Acting Director, Institute for Resources and Environmental Geoscientist; Saperstein, Lee Chair, Board on Natural Resources; Scalet, Charles G. President, National Association of University Fisheries and Wildlife Programs, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries; Shaffer, Mark Vice President for Program, Defenders of Wildlife; Smith, James UPS Foundation Visiting Professor, Stanford University; Spirakis, Charles Golden, Colorado; Tubbesing, Susan Executive Director, Earthquake Research Institute.