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A Biographical Information DR DONALD F. BOESCH received a B.S. in biology from Tulane Uni- versity and a Ph.D. in marine science from the College of William and Mary. He was a Fulbright-Hays Fellow at the University of Queensland, Australia. He is currently Executive Director of the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium and Professor of Marine Science at Louisiana State University. He is an Adjunct Professor at the University of New Orleans, the University of Southwestern Louisiana, and the College of William and Mary. His active research interests are in marine ecology, particularly ben- thic ecology, coastal oceanography, and the environmental eRects of coastal and offshore oil and gas extraction. He served on the Marine Board of the National Research Council and the Marine Board's Committee on Fates and Effects of Drilling Discharges in the Ocean and chaired advisory com- mittees to the National Science Foundation and the Department of the Interior's Outer Continental Shelf Program. DR JERRY R SCHUBEL is Director of the Marine Sciences Research Center at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and until recently was the university provost. A former NIH fellow at Scripps Insti- tution of Oceanography and faculty member and research scientist at The Johns Hopkins University's Chesapeake Bay Institute, Dr. Schubel has more than 25 years' experience as an educator and academic administrator. He received a B.S. in physics and mathematics from Alma College, an M.A.T. from Harvard University, and a Ph.D. from The Johns Hopkins University. 107

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108 APPENDIX A He has published extensively on sediment transport and deposition pro- cesses and the effects of suspended sediments on estuarine environments. He has served on numerous advisory and research panels charged with environmental inquiries in the coastal and marine environments, including the Committee on National Dredging Issues of the Marine Board of the National Research Council. DR BROCK B. BERNSTEIN iS a partner of EcoAnalysis, Inc., a consult- ing firm specializing in data-base systems design, data management, and data analysis of environmental, fisheries, and marine biological research. He has more than 15 years' experience in marine research and environ- mental studies. He is a graduate of Claremont Men's College, where he majored in English literature, and Scripps Institution of Oceanography, where he received a Ph.D. in biological oceanography. A recipient of a Killam Postdoctoral Research Fellowship from Dalhousie University, he spent four years in Nova Scotia researching kelp bed ecosystems. A spe- cial research interest of Dr. Bernstein's is the application of statistical and experimental design principles to environmental projects carried out under real-world constraints. MR. WILLIAM M. EICHBAUM iS an environmental lawyer. Currently Senior Fellow at the Conservation Foundation, he has been the Undersecre- tary, Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and was Assistant Secretary for Environmental Programs for the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Mr. Eichbaum also served as general counsel and deputy secretary for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources and Associate Solicitor for Sur- face Mining for the U.S. Department of the Interior; he was a guest scholar of the Woodrow Wilson Center of the Smithsonian Institute. He has served on many environmental boards and commissions and is currently a member of the Chesapeake Critical Area Commission, the National Environmental Enforcement Council, the Environmental Protection Agency Administra- tor's State/EPA advisory committee, and the Environmental Law Institute. He received a B.A. from Dartmouth College and an LL.B. from Harvard Law School and has published numerous articles on environmental law. MR. WILLIAM GABBER iS Permanent Secretary of the Ocean Disposal Specialist Group of the International Association on Water Pollution Re- search and Control. He retired in 1985 from the City of Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation after 34 years' seIvice. He began his tenure there as Director of the bureau's laboratories and later became Assistant Chief Engineer of the Sewage Treatment Division. Later he served as Assistant Director of the Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation, where he helped es- tablish California's first municipal sewage treatment monitoring program.

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APPENDIX A 109 He is currently involved in monitoring related research at the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Since retiring, Mr. Garber has maintained an active consulting practice that includes such companies as Southern California Edison and other ocean dischargers. He also serves as Co-Secretary of the Specialist Group on Computer Control of Wastewater Treatment Plants. Mr. Garber is active in the Marine Technology Society and organized the Ocean Disposal Symposium at the 1985 meeting. Mr. Garber has a B.S. in chemistry from the University of California at Berke- ley and is a registered civil engineer. He has presented numerous papers on a wide variety of topics, including regulatory and scientific issues in monitoring and wastewater treatment technology. DR ALLAN HIRSCH is President of Dynamac Corporation. A former Fulbright Scholar, he holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in zoology from Michi- gan State University and a Ph.D. in conservation from the University of Michigan. Dr. Hirsch spent 20 years in the federal government, serving in various environmental and natural resource management posts, including the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Department of the Inte- rior, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the U.S. Public Health Service. He was responsible for program and policy planning, legislative analysis, and management in the areas of pollution control, wa- ter resource planning, wetlands protection, and marine and oceanographic programs, among others. He is a recipient of EPA's Silver Medal Award, which recognizes outstanding leadership and distinguished service. DR A. FREDERICK HOLLAND iS Director of the Ecological Sciences and Analysis Division of VERSAR Inc., where he is responsible for the design, analysis, and interpretation of the effects of perturbations on aquatic biota. A major emphasis of these programs has been quantification of cumulative and long-term impacts of human activities on the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem. He has a B.S. in biology from The Citadel and an M.S. in biology and Ph.D. in marine science from the University of South Carolina. In addition to his position at VERSAR, he is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Center for Environmental and Estuarine Studies at the University of Maryland. DR KENNETI-I S. JOHNSON iS a graduate of the University of Washing- ton, with B.S. degrees in chemistry and oceanography, and Oregon State University, with a Ph.D. in oceanography. He is currently Professor of Oceanography at the Moss Landing Marine Laboratory and was on the research faculty of the University of California at Santa Barbara from 1979 to 1988 as an Associate Research Oceanographer. His research has covered various areas of chemical oceanography, and he is currently working on developing analytical tools for trace metal and in situ chemical analyses

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110 APPENDIX A in seawater and ways to apply them to chemical distributions around hy- drothermal vents and ocean frontal areas. He has participated in numerous research cruises and published many articles. In addition to his academic work, Dr. Johnson serves on the Oceanographic Technical Advisory Panel of the California Regional Water Quality Control Board. DR DONALD J. O'CONNOR iS Professor of Environmental Engineering and Science at Manhattan College. He received a B.C.E. from Manhattan College, an M.C.E. from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, and an Eng.ScD. from New York University. He has 40 years' experience in higher education teaching and research. His research areas include mathematical analysis of water pollution in all natural water bodies. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, the American Geophysical Union, the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, and the American Society of Civil Engineers. MS. LISA SPEER iS Senior Staff Scientist for the Natural Resources Defense Council's Coastal Project, which monitors implementation of the federal Coastal Zone Management Act, the federal offshore oil leasing program, and other federal and state programs affecting coastal and marine resources. She has a B.A. from Mount Holyoke College and a Master of Forest Science from Yale University. A member of the Board of Directors of the Coast Alliance, Ms. Speer has worked for the National Wildlife Federation, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the National Audubon Society in various capacities. DR G. BRUCE 1;VIERSMA iS Director of the Center for Environmental Monitoring and Assessment at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, working on the development of new and advanced environmental mon- itoring and assessment techniques. Dr. Wiersma holds a B.S. from the University of Maine, a Master of Forestry from Yale University, and a Ph.D. in ecology from the State University of New York at Syracuse. He spent 10 years with the Environmental Protection Agency, directing envi- ronmental programs in the areas of pollutant monitoring in remote pristine areas, pathways and effects of pollutants in biological systems, and pesticide monitoring for soil, human tissue, estuaries, air, water, and oceans. His ex- perience includes work with the United Nations on environmental projects in Chile and the U.S.S.R. and memberships on many government and professional organization advisory panels and editorial boards, including founder and currently Editor of the peer-reviewed journal Environn~ental Monitoring and Assessn~ent.