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Appendix E Representatives of State and Federal Agencies Interviewed by the Committee at their February 16-17, 1989 Meeting FebruarY 16. 1989 Steve Cordle, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Dixie Bounds, Department of the Interior Dave Buelow, U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers Chuck Evans, Association for State-Interstate Water Pollution Control Agencies Steve Glomb, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Ron Hoffer, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Dirk C. Hoffman, Interstate Conference on Water Policy Claire Jacobi, Office of Management and Budget Joel Kaplan, Office of Management and Budget Jim Krider, Soil Conservation Service Kermit N. Larson, U.S. Forest Service Jay Messer, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 142 Bruce Newton, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Andy Robertson, National Oceanic and Atomospheric Administration Don Steffeck, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Peter Tinsleyj Maryland Department of the Environment February 17. 1989 William Alley, U.S. Geological Survey Paul Beauchemin, U.S. Geological Survey Pete Bermel, U.S. Geological Survey Dixie Bounds, Department of the Interior Margaret Carpenter, Department of the Interior Phil Cohen, U.S. Geological Survey Jonathan Deason, Department of the Interior Robert Hirsch, U.S. Geological Survey Joel Kaplan, Office of Management and Budget
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Appendix E Patrick Leahy, U.S. Geological Survey Malka Pattison, Department of the Interior John Scheffer, U.S. Geological Survey Verne Schneider, U.S. Geological Survey Carl Shapiro, U.S. Geological Survey Harlan Watson, Department of the Interior William Wilber, U.S. Geological Survey 143 \
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