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APPENDIX F COMMISSIONED PAPERS AND BACKGROUND MATERIALS PREPARED FOR STUDY OF NATIONAL DREDGING ISSUES* Feldman, R. and E. Haber, Bibliography of Selected National Dredging Issues, 2 vol. (Bibliography' 612 pp). Gerwick, B. C., Alternatives to Dredging (Commissioned Paper, 21 pp.). Gunn, B., Money and Ports: Paper, 51 pp.). User Fees and Cost Sharing (Background Krone, R. B., Minimizing the Cost of Maintaining Navigable Water Depths in Estuaries (Commissioned Paper, 30 pp). McSweeny, J. and E. Margolin, Analysis of the Impact and Incidence of Alternate Deep Water Port Cost Recovery Mechanisms (Commissioned Paper, 30 pp.). Oppenheimer, C. H., Environmental Effects of Dredged Material (Commissioned Paper, 97 pp.). Record of the Public Meeting of the Study of National Dredging Issues, September 29, 1983, Washington, D.C. (Transcript and Formal Submissions). Report of the Technical Panel on Ports, Harbors, and Navigational Channels (100 pp.). . *Single copies available on request from the Marine Board, National Research Council, 2101 Constitution Ave., N.W. Washington, DC 20418. 156