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Appendix F Biographical Sketches of Committee Members RICHARD S. ENGELBRECHT, Chairman, received an A.B. from Indiana University; M S. and Sc.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has been on the faculty of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign since 1954. He is currently professor of environmental engineering and is distinguished in the fields of water-pollution research and water- quality control. Dr. Engelbrecht is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and in 1986 was the National Research Council's chairman of the Committee on Recycling, Reuse, and Conservation in Water Management for Arid Areas. He was also chairman of the WSTB's colloquium on NAWQA and was a founding member of the National Research Council's Water Science and Technology Board. K. C. BISHOP received his B.S. degree in chemistry from the University of California at Santa Barbara and his Ph.D. from Yale University in 1973 for his work on the metal catalyzed rearrangements of small ringed hydrocarbons. After postdoctoral work at Stanford, he joined Chevron Research Company in 1974. His research projects were primarily in the area of catalysts and sulfur control. In 1981 he moved to the Environmental Health Protection staff of Chevron Chemical Company. In this position he organized Chevron's program for hazardous waste site cleanup, instituted RCRA's ground water requirements, and coordinated pesticide ground water issues. He has recently become the Government Affairs office policy coordinator for environment and health issues including ground water, pesticides, community right to know, and emergency response at Chevron. 144
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A ppend ix F 145 SANDRA BLACKSTONE received a B.A. from the University of Vermont, a J.D. from the University of Denver College of Law and Ph.D. in mineral economics from Colorado School of Mines. She is currently professor of Natural Resources Law at the University of Denver College of Law. Her research interests are natural resources law and economics, mining law, environ- mental law, oil and gas law, public land law, regulatory policy, energy policy and economics, international, mineral development and trade policy. Dr. Blackstone has served on the NRC Board on Mineral and Energy Resources. MICHAEL E. CAMPANA received a B.S. from College of William and Mary in 1970, a MS. from University of Arizona in 1973 and a Ph.D. from University of Arizona in 1975. His professional interests include the delineation of regional/local subsurface flow systems using integrated hydraulic environ- mental isotropic and hydrogeochemical data, watershed hydro- geology, geothermal hydrogeology, hydrogeologic aspects of high- level radioactive waste disposal, determination of fluid age distributions in hydrologic systems and education in hydro- geology and hydrology. Dr. Campana was formerly with the Water Resources Center at the Desert Research Institute, Reno, Nevada. He is currently Professor, Department of Geology at the University of New Mexico. MARGARET COMEDIC received a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Colorado in 1984. Since that time she has worked with Procter and Gamble on GC/MS method development and analysis of herbicides (Alar) in foods, tracking of detergent constituents in waters and wastewaters, and reducing the impact of consumer product solid waste upon the environment. Prior to graduate school, she worked for the USGS in water quality analysis. Her research interests are in environmental analytical chemistry and the impact of industry on the environment. ROBERT C. COOPER received his Ph.D. in microbiology from Michigan State University in 1958. His professional experience includes being assistant professor to associate professor of public health, School of Public Health from 1958-1974. Presently Dr. Cooper is professor, environmental health science and Director, Sanitary engineering and Environmental Health Research Lab, University of California, Richmond. His research interests include microbiological aspects of water quality; water quality and human health.
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146 NAWQA Pilot Program DAVID L. FREYBERG received a Ph.D. in hydrology, hydraulics and hydromechanics from Stanford University in 1981. His teaching experience has encompassed stochastic hydrology; watershed hydrology; soil moisture and ground water; hydrologic modeling; water resources development and intro- ductory fluid mechanics. Prior to 1980 Dr. Freyberg was a project engineer and project manager in the water resources management department at Anderson-Nichols and Co., Inc., Boston. Currently, he is Professor, Department of Civil Engineering at Stanford University. JAMES GERAGH(Y received a B.S. in 1949 from City College and a M:S. from New York University in 1953. His professional experience includes geologist, Water Resources Division, Ground Water Branch, U.S. Geological Survey, 1949-1955; ground water geologist, Leggette, Brashears & Graham, 1955-1957; ground water geologist, Port Washington, 1957-1974 and Tampa, 1975- 197S, Annapolis, 1978-1982. His research interests are ground water geology and hydrology. Mr. Geraghty is a principal in the ground water consulting firm of Geraghty & Miller, Inc. JUDY L. MEYER is currently professor of zoology and ecology at the University of Georgia. She received her MS. in zoology from the University of Hawaii and her Ph.D. in ecology from Cornell University in 1978. Her professional experience includes two years as a research associate, Oceanography Department, University of Hawaii, and she has been on the faculty at the University of Georgia since 1977. Dr. Meyer's research interests include limnology and aquatic ecology, terrestrial-aquatic ecosystem interactions, element cycling, and food webs in streams. DONALD O'CONNOR received a BCE from Manhattan College in 1944; MCE from Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn in 1947, and Eng. Sc.D. from New York University in 1956. Dr. O'Connor presently divides his time between being a Professor at Manhattan College and a consultant for Hydroqual, Inc. in New Jersey. He has participated in various projects for governmental agencies, industry and private consulting engineers in the area of water quality analysis and management and was co-founder of consulting engineering firm, Hydroqual, Inc., in New Jersey. His area of expertise is mathematical analysis of water quality of natural systems. Dr. O'Connor is a member of the WSTB and the National Academy of Engineering.
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Appendix F 147 SUSAN STAFFORD is currently at the Department of Forest Science, Oregon State University, forest biometrician. Dr. Stafford consults with Forest Science researchers on the design of experiments in forest ecology, forest genetics and on the collecting, handling, and analysis of data. She is also data manager for the H.~. Andrews Experimental Forest and Director and creator of the Forest Science Data Bank at OSU. Dr. Stafford received her Ph.D. in applied statistics in 1979 from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Ex Officio Members JAMES HEANEY, received his Ph.D. in civil engineering from Northwestern University in 1968 with an emphasis on water resources engineering, operations research, and urban and regional planning. He is presently professor of environmental engineering sciences at the University of Florida, Gainesville. He is also director of Florida Water Resources Research Center. Dr. Heaney is a registered professional engineer with the State of Florida. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, American Water Resources Association, and Association of Environmental Engineering Professors. Dr. Heaney has been a member of the WSTB since 1986. KENNETH W. POTTER, received his B.S. (geology) from Louisiana State University in 1976 and his Ph.D. (geography and environmental engineering) from The Johns Hopkins University. Presently he is Professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he teaches courses in hydrology and water resources. His current research interests include drainage basin hydrology, particularly with respect to extreme events. Dr. Potter has recently been appointed as a member of the WSTB and has served on various NRC committees.