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APPENDS A List of Position Papers Drafts of these papers can be obtained by contacting the study director, Dr. John R. B. Clement, or the Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy at the following address: National Academy of Sciences, Room NAS 246 2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20418 RICHARD J. BLAKELY, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California: "Computers and Solid-Earth Geophysics" RICHARD W. COUNTS, Quantum ChemistIy Exchange Program, Indiana University: "The Impact of Information Technologies on the Productivity of Chemistry" PAUL A. DAVID and W. EDWARD STEINMUELLER, Center for Economic Policy Research, Stanford University: "The Impact of Information Technology Upon Economic Science" PETER J. DENNING, Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science, NASA Ames Research Center, Monet Field, California: "Information Technology in Com- puting" JOHN HUBBARD, Department of Mathematics, Cornell University: "Computers in Mathematics" HARVEY NEWMAN, Physics Department, California Institute of Technology: "Com- puting and Data Communications for High Energy Physics" CYNTHIA H. Nuts, Psychology Department, The College of William and Mary, and BERT F. GREEN, Psychology Department, The Johns Hopkins University: "Computers in Behavioral Science" DoNA~D M. STE~NwAcHs, School of Hygiene and Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University: "Information Technologies and the Conduct of Public Health Research" 57