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APPENDIX BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS DAVID W. SCHINDLER is director of the Experimental Limnology Project of the Freshwater Institute, Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He received his D. Phil. in ecology in 1966 from Oxford University, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. He is also an adjunct professor of Zoology at the University of Manitoba and Visiting Senior Research Associate at Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory, Palisades, New York. Dr. Schindler's research specialty is limnology. MARTIN ALEXANDER is Liberty Hyde Bailey Professor of Soil Science at He received his doctorate in bacteriology in 1955 of Wisconsin and then joined the faculty at Cornell University. from the University Cornell. Dr. Alexander specializes in nitrogen transformations in _ _ _ soils and water and other aspects of biochemical ecology and soil microbiology. EDWARD D. GOLDBERG is Professor of Chemistry at Scripps Institution for Oceanography, University of California, San Diego. He joined the faculty at Scripps following the completion of his doctoral studies chemistry at the University of Chicago in 1949. His research interests are in the geochemistry of marine waters and sediments and in atmospheric and marine pollution. Dr. Goldberg is a member of the National Academy of Sciences. In EVILLE GORHAM is Professor of Ecology and Botany at the University of Minnesota. He received his doctoral degree in plant ecology from the University of London, where he was an 1851 Exhibitioner and Keddey Fletcher-Warr Scholar. Afterward, he held a Royal Society of Canada Research Fellowship at the State Forest Research Institute in Stockholm. He has taught at the universities of London, Toronto, and Calgary and has served on the staff of the Freshwater Biological Association in the English Lake District. Dr. Gorham's research interests are in wetland ecology, limnology, and biogeochemistry, with particular emphasis on atmospheric deposition. 183
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184 DANIEL GROSJEAN is manager of the Environmental Chemistry Center, Environmental Research and Technology, Inc. (ERT), Westlake Village, California, and holds an appointment as Visiting Associate in the Division of Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology. His doctoral degree in physical organic chemistry is from the University of Paris. Dr. Grosjean's research programs are concerned with the characterization and chemical transformations of gaseous and particulate pollutants in the atmosphere with emphasis on organic toxic substances e HALSTEAD HARRISON is an Associate Professor in the Atmospheric Sciences Department of the University of Washington. He received his Ph.D. in chemistry from Stanford University in 1960, and he has held an NSF fellowship at the Institute for Applied Physics in Bonn, West Germany, and research positions with the General Atomic Division of General Dynamics Corporation and the Boeing Science Research Laboratories. Dr. Harrison's area of research specialization is atmospheric chemistry and applied mathematics. WALTER W. HECK is Professor of Botany at North Carolina State University and research leader for the Air Quality Research Program, USDA-SEA/ Agriculture Research. He received his doctoral degree in plant physiology in 1954 from the University of Illinois and taught at Texas A & M University before joining the USDA Agricultural Research Service. Dr. Heck studies the effects of environmental stress on the response of plants to air pollutants. He has had an active research program in the area of air pollution effects on vegetation for twenty-two years. RUDOLPH B. HUSAR is Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Washington University. Following the completion of his doctoral degree work in mechanical engineering at the University of Wisconsin in 1971 he spent two years as a visiting professor at the Meteorological Institute of the University of Stockholm. Dr. Husar's research is concerned with the modeling of atmospheric pollutants. THOMAS C. HUTCHINSON is Professor of Botany and Forestry and Associate of the Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Toronto. He received his doctoral degree from the University of Sheffield in 1966. Dr. Hutchinson is chairman of the Heavy Metals Panel of the Canadian Research Council. His research interests include the environmental effects and phytotoxicity of heavy metals, air and water pollution (with particular interest in acid precipitation), and the impacts of pollutants in arctic ecosystems. SVANTE ODEN is Professor of Soil Science and Ecochemistry at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala. Dr. Oden is known for his work on concepts of acid precipitation and its effects on aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
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185 GERALD T. ORLOB is Professor of Civil Engineeering, University of California at Davis. He received his doctoral degree in hydraulic engineering from Stanford University in 1959. Dr. Orlob's research interests are in the field of water resource management, particularly directed to the formulation and application of mathematical models for simulation of hydromechanical, and ecological behavior of streams, lakes, estuaries, and coastal waters. LARS OVERREIN, former director of the Norwegian National Research Program on Acid Precipitation (the SNSF Project), is currently Director General of the Norwegian Water Research Institute, Oslo, Norway. DOUGLAS M. WHELPDALE heads the program on long-range transport of atmospheric pollutants for the Atmospheric Environment Service, Environment Canada. He received his doctoral degree in atmospheric physics from the University of Toronto in 1970, and his research is on the long-range transport of air pollutants and their removal from the atmosphere. He currently serves as a member of the Canadian-U.S. research group studying problems of long-range transport and as a member of the steering committee of the European Monitoring and Evaluating Program which studies similar problems.
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