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Amreica’s Enery Future: Technology and Transformation
transmission and distribution, as well as related policy analyses and issues. Prior to joining the NRC, he was on the faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of Regional Science, University of Pennsylvania; a guest researcher at the Institute of Marine Ecology and Zoologiska Institutionen, University of Stockholm; an associate in engineering, Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences, University of Florida; and a member of the technical staff, Bell Telephone Laboratories. He serves on the editorial advisory board of the International Journal of Ecological Modelling and Systems Ecology and is a former member of the editorial advisory board of Ecological Economics. In addition to work and research on energy technologies and associated environmental, economic, and policy implications since the early 1970s, he has also worked in the area of systems ecology and ecological modeling. He has published approximately 50 articles in refereed journals, books, and conference proceedings, two monographs, and one book. He has a Ph.D. in environmental engineering sciences from the University of Florida, an M.S.M.E. from New York University, and a B.S.M.E. from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn (Polytechnic University).
STEVEN J. MARCUS, an independent editor specializing in science, technology, and health policy, edited the America’s Energy Future report. Prior to establishing his own practice in 2001, he was editor in chief of MIT’s Technology Review, editor in chief of the National Academies’ Issues in Science and Technology, executive editor of High Technology, science/medicine editor of the Minneapolis StarTribune, and technology reporter for the New York Times. Prior to becoming a journalist, Dr. Marcus worked as a systems engineer for the MITRE Corporation and as an environmental engineering consultant. Under a Fulbright Lecturer grant, he taught courses on environmental issues at the University of Paris. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the City College of New York and a Ph.D. in environmental sciences and engineering from Harvard University.