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Research and Applications Needs in Flood Hydrology Science: A Summary of the October 15, 2008 Workshop of the Planning Committee on Hydrologic Science Appendix A List of Participants Doug Alsdorf, Ohio State University Geoff Bonnin, National Weather Service Shyang-Chin Lin, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Jerry Coffey, Mathematical Statistician, public Tim Cohn, U.S. Geological Survey Lisa Ely, Central Washington University John England, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Jared Entin, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Beth Faber, U.S. Army of Corps of Engineers Robert Hirsch, U.S. Geological Survey Claudia Hoeft, U.S. Department of Agriculture Richard Hooper, CUAHSI Julie Kiang, U.S. Geological Survey Joe Krolak, Federal Highway Administration Upmanu Lall, Columbia University David Levinson, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Robert Mason, U.S. Geological Survey S.K. Nanda, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tom Nicholson, Nuclear Regulatory Commission Jim O’Connor, U.S. Geological Survey Hsien Pao, The Catholic University of America Sanja Perica, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Quan Quan, U.S. Department of Agriculture John Randall, Rutgers Engene Stallings, National Hydrologic Warning Council Nancy Steinberger, Federal Emergency Management Agency
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