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Toward Sustainability: Soil and Water Research Priorities for Developing Countries APPENDIX B Workshop Participants October 1–2, 1990 Irvine, CA The committee's members wish to extend their sincere appreciation to all the people who shared their expertise and experience with us during the preparation of this report. Our special thanks go to the people who participated in the October 1990 information gathering workshop. The workshop gave the committee access to a broad range of ideas, and set the stage for the themes developed in this document. In the end, however, the committee claims sole responsibility for the content and recommendations of this report. Peter Ahn Director, African Vertisols Project International Bureaufor Soils Research and Management P.O. Box 23001 Nairobi, Kenya Miquel Altieri Biological Control University of California Berkeley, California 94704 Ben B. Bohlool NifTAL Project 1000 Holomua Road P.O. Box O Paia, Maui, Hawaii 96779-9744 Elmer Bornemisza Apartado 1166-1000 San Jose, Costa Rica Judy Carney Department of Geography University of California Los Angeles, California 90024 Neil Caudle Department of Agricultural Communications North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina 27695-7603 Carol J. Pierce Colfer 512 SW Maplecrest Drive Portland, Oregon 97219 Pierre Crosson Resources for the Future 1616 P St., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20035
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Toward Sustainability: Soil and Water Research Priorities for Developing Countries John Duxberry Department of Soil, Crop, and Atmospheric Sciences Room 917, Bradfield Hall Cornell University Ithaca, New York 14853 Samir El-Swaify Department of Agronomy and Soil Science 1910 East-West Road University of Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii 96822 Dale Harpstead Crop and Soil Sciences Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan 48824 Donald Humpal Development Alternatives, Inc. 4811 Chippendale Drive, Suite 702 Sacramento, California 95841 Tony Juo Department of Soil and Crop Sciences Texas A&M University College Station, Texas 77843-2474 Edward Kanemasu Agronomy Department University of Georgia Collegeof Agriculture Georgia Station Griffin, Georgia 30223-1797 Jon R. Morris Sociology and Anthropology Department Utah State University Logan, Utah 84322-4105 Don Nielson University of California, Davis Department of Agronomy and Range Sciences Davis, California 95616 Cheryl Palm Soil Science Department North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina 27695-7619 Jot Smyth Soil Science Department North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina 27695-7619 Philip Thornton Agro-Economic Division IFDC P.O. Box 2040 Muscle Shoals, Alabama 35662 Thomas Weaver Department of Resource Economics Lippitt Hall University of Rhode Island Kingston, Rhode Island 02881 Charles Wendt Texas Agricultural Experiment Station Route 3 Lubbock, Texas 79401 Lyman S. Willardson Agricultural and Irrigation Engineering Department Utah State University Logan, Utah 84322-4105
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Toward Sustainability: Soil and Water Research Priorities for Developing Countries Russell S. Yost Department of Agronomy and Soil Science 1910 East-West Road University of Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii 96822 AID Representatives David Bathrick James Bonner William Furtick Thurman Grove Raymond Meyer NRC Representatives Jeanne Aquilino Michael McD. Dow Chris Elfring John Hurley Stephen D. Parker
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