APPENDIX B
Committee on Antarctic Policy and Science

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Louis J. Lanzerotti earned his BS from the University of Illinois and his MA and PhD in physics from Harvard University. He is a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff of AT&T Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, New Jersey. He was a member of the National Research Council's Polar Research Board during the 1980s and currently serves as the chairman of the NRC Space Studies Board. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, a recipient of the NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, and has a geographic feature in Antarctica named in his honor—Mt. Lanzerotti.

Richard B. Bilder earned his BA from Williams College, was a Fulbright Fellow at Pembroke College/Cambridge University, and earned his JD from Harvard Law School. He is the Burrus-Bascom Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin Law School. He has served with the Office of the Legal Advisor of the U.S. Department of State, on the Executive Committees of the American Society of International Law and Law of the Sea Institute, and on the Board of Editors of the American Journal of International Law.

Robert A. Bindschadler earned BS degrees in physics and astronomy from the University of Michigan and his PhD in geophysics from the University of Washington. He is a Physical Scientist in the Oceans and Ice Branch, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, in Greenbelt, Maryland. He is a recipient of the Antarctic Service Medal and several NASA special achievement/service awards.

Daniel M. Bodansky earned his AB from Harvard University, his Masters of Philosophy from Cambridge University, and his JD from Yale Law School. He is an Assistant Professor at the University of Washington Law School and also serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the university's School of



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Science and Stewardship in the Antarctic APPENDIX B Committee on Antarctic Policy and Science BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION Louis J. Lanzerotti earned his BS from the University of Illinois and his MA and PhD in physics from Harvard University. He is a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff of AT&T Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, New Jersey. He was a member of the National Research Council's Polar Research Board during the 1980s and currently serves as the chairman of the NRC Space Studies Board. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, a recipient of the NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, and has a geographic feature in Antarctica named in his honor—Mt. Lanzerotti. Richard B. Bilder earned his BA from Williams College, was a Fulbright Fellow at Pembroke College/Cambridge University, and earned his JD from Harvard Law School. He is the Burrus-Bascom Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin Law School. He has served with the Office of the Legal Advisor of the U.S. Department of State, on the Executive Committees of the American Society of International Law and Law of the Sea Institute, and on the Board of Editors of the American Journal of International Law. Robert A. Bindschadler earned BS degrees in physics and astronomy from the University of Michigan and his PhD in geophysics from the University of Washington. He is a Physical Scientist in the Oceans and Ice Branch, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, in Greenbelt, Maryland. He is a recipient of the Antarctic Service Medal and several NASA special achievement/service awards. Daniel M. Bodansky earned his AB from Harvard University, his Masters of Philosophy from Cambridge University, and his JD from Yale Law School. He is an Assistant Professor at the University of Washington Law School and also serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the university's School of

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Science and Stewardship in the Antarctic Marine Affairs. He has served on U.S. delegations to the International Whaling Commission and the London Dumping Convention. William M. Eichbaum earned his BA from Dartmouth College and his LLB from Harvard Law School. He specializes in environmental law and public policy and is currently a Vice President of International Environmental Quality of the World Wildlife Fund in Washington, DC. Mr. Eichbaum is a member of the Board of the Coastal Society and the Advisory Council of the Environmental Law Institute. He was a member of the National Research Council Committee on Institutional Considerations in Reducing the Generation of Hazardous Industrial Wastes and the NRC Committee on Marine Environmental Monitoring. David H. Elliot earned his BA from Cambridge University and his PhD in geology from the University of Birmingham in England. Dr. Elliot is a Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences, and former Director of the Byrd Polar Research Center, at Ohio State University, Columbus. He served on the National Research Council's Polar Research Board in the 1980s, and on the Office of Technology Assessment Advisory Committee for the Assessment of the Antarctic Minerals Regime. Will Martin earned his BA from Vanderbilt University and his JD from Vanderbilt University Law School. He is the Director of Polar Programs at the Wilderness Society and a Senior Partner at the Nashville, Tennessee, law firm of Harwell Martin & Stegall. He has served as an environmental representative on the U.S. delegations to the Antarctic Treaty nation meetings in Spain and Germany, at which the Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty was developed. He resigned from the NRC Committee on Antarctic Policy and Science on April 22, 1993, because his impending Presidential appointment to a federal government position presented a potential for conflict of interest. Diane M. McKnight earned her BS, MS, and PhD in environmental engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is a Research Scientist in the U.S. Geological Survey's National Research Program in Arvada, Colorado. She is a principal investigator for a National Science Foundation Office of Polar Programs project in Antarctica. Norine E. Noonan earned her BA in zoology and chemistry from the University of Vermont and her MA and PhD in cell biology from Princeton University. She is Vice President for Research at the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne. Prior to her work at Florida Tech, she was Branch Chief for Science and Space Programs, Energy and Science Division, Office of

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Science and Stewardship in the Antarctic Management and Budget. She currently serves on the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Space Science and Applications Advisory Committee. Donald B. Siniff earned his BS and MS from Michigan State University and his PhD in entomology, fish and wildlife from the University of Minnesota. He is Professor of Ecology at the University of Minnesota. He currently serves on the National Research Council's Polar Research Board. Susan Solomon earned her BS from the Illinois Institute of Technology and her MS and PhD in chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley. She is a Research Chemist for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ERL Aeronomy Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado. She served on the National Research Council's Polar Research Board through June 30, 1993 and is a member of the National Academy of Sciences. Victoria E. Underwood earned her BA in art history and her BFA from the University of Washington. She is Ship Staff Coordinator and Antarctic Operations Manager for Explorer Shipping Corporation/Abercrombie & Kent International, in Oak Brook, Illinois. Prior to that, she held several positions at Society Expeditions in Seattle, including manager of ship staff and educational programs, as well as manager of operations. She is coauthor of the Guidelines of Conduct for Antarctica Visitors and the Guidelines of Conduct for Antarctica Tour Operators. Project Staff Sarah Connick earned her AB in chemistry from Bryn Mawr College and her MS in environmental engineering from Stanford University. She is a Senior Staff Officer with the National Research Council's Water Science and Technology Board (WSTB) addressing wastewater management in coastal urban areas, and groundwater vulnerability. Prior to joining the WSTB, she served on the National Research Council's Committee to Provide Interim Oversight of the Department of Energy Nuclear Weapons Complex. Kelly Norsingle attended the University of Utah and will soon earn her B.A. in Human Relations from Trinity College, in Washington, DC. She joined the National Research Council in 1990 and performed project work for the Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems prior to joining the Polar Research Board staff in 1993.

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Science and Stewardship in the Antarctic Mariann S. Platt earned her BA degrees in Urban Affairs and Criminal Justice from the American University and is currently working on her Masters of Public Administration degree at the University of Baltimore. She is a Senior Project Assistant with the National Research Council's Polar Research Board where she has served as the support staff for the Board. David A. Shakespeare earned his BS in environmental sciences from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and his Masters in Marine Policy from the University of Delaware. He is a Research Associate with the National Research Council's Polar Research Board working with the Committee on Glaciology, the Committee on the Bering Sea Ecosystem, and the Committee on Antarctic Policy and Science.