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BIOG~APH'CAL B~FOI2M~TBO~ 0 COMM' ~ BE MEMBERS Charles G. Groat (chair) is executive director of the Center for Coastal, Energy, and Environmental Resources at Louisiana State Univer- sity (1992-~. Formerly, he was executive director of the American Geological Institute (1990-1992), was Assistant to the Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources (1978-1990), and was State Geologist and Director of He Lousiana Geological Survey. He is a member of He NRC Committee on Earn Resources (1991-), and was a member of He NRC committee on Undiscovered Oil and Gas Resources (1988-1990~. He represents Louisiana on He Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Policy Committee Hat advises the Secretary of He Interior on OCS oil and gas leasing policy and environmental matters, and was chair (1990~1992~. He is a member of AAAS, He American Association of Petroleum Geologists, the Association of American State Geologists (President, 1987-1988), and the Geological Society of America. His research involves coastal and energy resources research, including direction of federally funded programs in coastal environmental mapping, wetland mitigation, and of! and gas resources. He received a BA In 1962 from the University of Rochester, an MS in 1967 from the University of Massachusetts, and a PhD (geology) in 1970 from the University of Texas-Austin. Cohn J. Amon~so is an independent geologist and general partner with Amoruso Petroleum Company (1969-~. He explores for of} and gas in the onshore petroleum basins of the United States. He is a member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (President, 1983-1984), the Society of Independent Earth Scientists (President, 198~1981), and is a 249

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250 OCS DECISIONS: ALASKA fellow of the Geological Society of America. He is President of the Amer- ican Geological Institute for 1993-1994. He was a member of the NRC Committee on Undiscovered Oil and Gas Resources (1988-1990~. He received a BS in 1952 from Tufts College and an MS (geology) in 1957 from University of Michigan. Cohn C. Crowell is emeritus professor of geology at the University of California, Santa Barbara (1987-~. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences. He is a felDow of the Academy of Arts and Sciences, and is a member of the Geological Society of America, the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, He American Geophysical Union, and Sigma Xi. His research includes structural and general geology, tectonics, and paleoclimatology of ancient ice ages. He received a BS in 1939 from He University of Texas, an MA (oceanographic meteorology) in 1946 and PhD (geology,) in 1947 from the University of California, Los Angeles. QaIner [nolehar~t is vice president for research & development at MarLne SpiD Response Corporation. He was director of the Pollution Con- trol Division of the Environmental Protection Branch of Canada's Oil and Gas Is Administration where he was responsible for the development of marine environmental policies regulating oil and gas activities in Canada, environmental licensing of exploration and development activities, and research and development to support criteria for environmental protection. He received a BS in 1965 from University of Western Ontario, a MS in 1967 from the University of British Columbia, and a PhD (environmental physiology) in 1972 from the University of Guelph. WIllIam Freu~en~ure is a professor in the Department of Rural So- ciology at the University of Wisconsin (1991-, associate professor 1986- 1991~. He was a panelist for the NRC panel on the future of nuclear power (1984), and a participant in the NRC workshop to review the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act of 1986 (19903. He was a member of MMS's Scientific Advisory Panel on the Outer Continental Shelf (1983-19903 and was chair of its socioeconomic subcommittee (1986-1990~. He is a secretary of AAAS (1986-), and is a member of the American Sociological Association, the Society for Applied Anthropology, the International Association for Impact Assessment, and is currently Vice President of the Rural Sociological Society. His research interests include social impact assessment, measurement of social science variables, estima

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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORAlAT1ON 251 tion of risk, and resource development. He received a BA in 1974 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoin, an MA in 1976, MPhi! in 1977, and PhD (sociology) in 1979 from Yale University. Awn a. report is a marine mammals biologist with He Alaska Department of Fish and Game (1975-~. Her studies include assessing He environmental impact of offshore of! and gas exploradon and development In northern Alaska Trough research on various mammal species (beluga and bowhead whales; ringed, bearded and spotted seals; walrus). She is a fel- low of He Arctic Institute of North America and a charter member of He Society for Manne Mammalogy. She received her BS in 1970 from Tulane University, and an MS (marine sciences) in 1977 from University of California-Santa Cruz. Chr~oaher J. 12. Garret; is Lansdowne Professor at He University of Victoria (1991-~. Previously, he was a professor in He department of oceanography at Dalhousie University (1977-1991~. He was a member of the NRC Earth Sciences Grant Committee (1976~. His research interests are fundamental ocean processes, particularly those related to mixing, including boundary mixing and other fluid dynamical processes occurring at the sloping sides of ocean basins or continental shelves. He has also worked with the development of resources off the east coast of Canada. He received a BA in 1965 and a PhD (geophysical fluid dynamics) in 1968 from Cambridge. George L. Hunt Jr. is a professor of behavioral ecology and marine ornithology in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of California-Irvine. He was a member of the ecology pane! of the NRC Committee to Review the Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Studies Program (1987-1992~. His research is in the areas of ecology and repro- duc~ve biology of seabirds, coloniality and reproductive success, biological oceanography of seabirds, habitat selection, and foraging behavior. He received a BA in 1965 and PhD (biology) in 1971 from Harvard University. Inert Q. Jordan is State Geologist and Director of the Delaware Geological Survey (1969-) and a professor of geology at He University of Delaware (1988-3. He is a member of the NRC U.S. National Committee on Geology (1990-1993~. He was a member of the NAS Committee on Offshore Energy Technology (1978-19803. He was a governor's represen

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252 OCS DECISIONS: ALASKA tadve on He Outer Continental Shelf Research Management Advisory Board of the Department of the Interior (DOI) (1974-1977~. Since 1985, he has served as Delaware s representative on Outer Continental Shelf Policy Committee, and is currently chair (1992-1994~. He is a member of He Association of American Petroleum Geologists, the Association of American State geologists (president 1983-1984), the American Institute of Profes- sional Geologists, and a fellow of the Geological Society of America. His research includes sedimentary petrology, stratigraphy, geology of the Adandc Coastal Plain, micropaleontology, and ground water supplies. He received a BA in 1958 from Hunter College, an MA in 1962 and a PhD (geology) in 1964 from Bryn Mawr College. Steahen J. Lanolion is professor (1976-) and chair of He Depart- ment of Anthropology, University of Alaska, Anchorage (1987-~. He is a member of He American An~ropolog~cal Association, He Society for Applied Anthropology, Council on Education and Anthropology, He Alaska Anthropological Association, the American Ethnological Society, the Society for Economic Anthropology, and the Canadian Ethnological Society. His research includes ecological, economic, and educational an- ~ropology, maritime societies, policy, and theory of He northwest coast of Alaska. He received a BA in 1970, MA in 1972, and a PhD (anthropology) in 1977 from Stanford University. June LIn~ste~-S~a is a manager of environmental protection wig He A`dandc Richfield Company (1981-~. She was a member of the ecology pane} of He NRC Committee to Review the Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Studies Program (1987-1992~. She is a member of the Society of Petroleum Industrial Biologists (founder and former president), He Marine Technology Society, AIDS, AAAS, and Sigma Xi. Her re- search is in chemoreception in aquatic animals, especially chemical control of feeding behavior of sea anemones, He effects of oil on marine organ- isms, of] spill response planning, of} spill cleanup and control, environmen- planning in industry, and implementing planning during He early stages of project development. She received her BA in 1963, an MS in 1967, and a PhD (biology) in 1971 from the University of Southern California. H. Josenh leaguer is a professor of marine science at He University of Alaska (1982-~. He was a member of the physical oceanography pane}

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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION 253 of the NRC Committee to Review He Outer Continental Shelf Environmen- ~ Studies Program (1987-19903. His research includes physical oceanog- raphy, dynamics and numerical modeling of shelf, shelf break and frontal systems, He air-sea-ice ~nteracdon; and biophysical marine interactions. He received a BS in 1967 and PhD (oceanographyJ1imnology) in 1976 from University of Wisconsin, Madison. James &. Oualucn is a professor of resource economics at He Un~versib of Rhode Island. He was a member of He socioeconom~cs pane] of He NRC Committee to Review He Outer Continental Shelf Environmen- tat Studies Program (1988-1992~. His research is in resource economics, damage assessment, and He valuation of natural resources. He received a BA in 1975 from Un~versi~ of Rhode Island, and an MA in 1977 and a PhD (agncul~ral and resource economics) in 1981 from University of Califorrna, Berkeley. 12ober' T. Paine is a professor of zoology at He University of Washing on (1971-~. He is a member of He Nadonal Academy of Sciences, and was a member of He ecology pane} of He NRC Committee to Review He Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Studies Program (1987-1992~. He is a member of the Ecological Society of America (president 1979- 1980), the American Society of Naturalists and He American Society of Limnolog~sts and Oceanographers. His research is in algal ecology, and prey-predator relationships and invertebrate natural history. He received a BA in 1954 from Harvard Universe, a MS in 1959 and a PhD (zoology) in 1961 from the University of Michigan. 12Ichar~ M. Procter is a geological consultant and senior partner of Pras Consultants, Calgary, Canada since 1991. From 198~199l, he was executive director for the Petroleum Resource Appraisal Secretariat of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resource of Canada. He has worked for the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) since 1960 in a varied of research and managerial positions and was central to He development of a petroleum resource evaluation program within He GSC. He is a member of He American Association of Petroleum Geologists. He received a BS (general) in 1952, BS (geology) in 1953, and MS in 1957 from tile University of Manitoba, and a PhD in 1960 from He University of Kansas.

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254 OCS DECISIONS: ALASKA Wllford F. Weeks is professor of geophysics and chief scientist at Alaska Syn~edc Aperture Radar Facility, Un~versibr of Alaska, Fairbanks. He is a member of He National Academy of Engineering (1979-) and a member of the NRC Polar Research Board (1975-1977, 1989-~. He was a member of He NRC Committee on Polar Research (1971-1975~; chair of He NRC Pane} of Glaciology of He Committee on Polar Research (1971- 1975, member 1966-1971~; chair of He NRC Committee on Glaciology of He Polar Research Board (1975-1977~; a member of He NRC Panel on Polar Ocean Eng~neenng (1977-1978~; member of He Environmental Criteria Working Group of He NRC Committee on Offshore Energy Technology (1978-1979~; a member of He NRC Pane! on Ice Mechanics (198~1981~; a member of He NRC Committee on Earn Sciences (1982- 19843; a member of He NRC Arctic Remote Sensing Group (1983-19841; arid a member of He NRC Polar Oceans Panel (1984-19871. He is a fellow of He Arctic Institute of Norm America, He Geological Society of America, and He American Geophysical Union; he is a member of He In- ternadonal Glaciology Society. His research is in die area of geophysics of sea, lake, and river ice. He received a BS in 1951 and MS in 1953 from University of Illinois, and a PhD (geology) in 1956 from University of Chicago. Cllnion Wlannt is a professor of oceanography at Scripps Institute of Oceanography, Coastal Resources Center. He was a member of He phys- ical oceanography pane! of He NRC Committee to Review He Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Studies Program (1989-1990~. His re- search includes fluid mechanics. He received a BS in 1966 and MS in 1967 from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a PhD (aerospace engi- neering) in 1972 from the University of Southern California.