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AUTHOR ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Mardi Hastings, Georgia Institute of Technology; A.D. Hawkins, Loughine Ltd.; David Mann, Univer- The following individuals contributed to NCHRP sity of South Florida; James Martin, Georgia Institute Project 25-28: Michele B. Halvorsen, Battelle-- of Technology; Peter Rogers, Georgia Institute of Pacific Northwest Division, Sequim, WA, and the Technology; and David Zeddies, Marine Acoustics University of Maryland, College Park, MD; Bran- Inc. Special thanks to James Martin for building and don M. Casper, the University of Maryland, College personally delivering the HICI-FT to the University Park, MD; Christa M. Woodley, Battelle--Pacific of Maryland, and for countless hours on the phone Northwest Division, Sequim, WA; Thomas J. Carl- son, the University of Maryland, College Park, MD; trouble shooting and advising. and Arthur N. Popper, the University of Maryland, The research team would also like to thank those College Park, MD. who have contributed extensive technical assistance Additional support for this project came from the with data collection at the University of Maryland: Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Review, and Dr. Jiakun Song, David Sanderson-Kilchenstein, Enforcement (BOEMREformerly Minerals Man- Frazer Matthews, and Sara Therrien. The research agement Service) and from the California Depart- team is very grateful to Rich Brown, John Stephenson, ment of Transportation (Caltrans). In particular, the Timothy Linley, and Piper Benjamin of the Pacific research team would like to thank the project man- Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, WA, for ager at BOEMRE, Elizabeth Burkhard, for her guid- husbandry and the tasks of preparing, sorting, and ance and insight and David Buehler of ICF for his shipping the salmon. managing the project for Caltrans and for his expert The research team would also like to extend sin- advice. cere appreciation to facilities management personnel The research team would also like to express grat- at the University of Maryland for their care, exper- itude to the external group of experts for their advice tise, and speed at handling the demands this experi- and guidance on the design of the hearing assessment ment required of plumbing, HVAC, and electricity. tube and insight into various questions that arose dur- The research team would like to specifically thank: ing the project: William Ellison, Marine Acoustics Del Propst, Brian Brevig, Steve Russo, Dave Dalo, Inc.; Richard Fay, Loyola University of Chicago; and Richard Tucci. 25

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