U.S. Bureau of Mines (USBM): Mineral Information and Analysis ctivities —John DeYoung, USGS (introduction); George Coakley, USBM (presenter); W. David Menzie, USGS; Ronald Balazik, USBM; Michael McKinley, USBM

Collateral USGS Programs—Timothy Miller, Chief, National Water Quality Assessment, USGS; David Houseknecht, Acting Chief, Energy Resource Survey Program

New Program Directions for the U.S. Geological Survey—Richard Carten, Budget Information and Planning Process for the MRSP; Bruce Lipin, USGS Initiative on a Watershed Approach to Characterize and Remediate Abandoned Mine Lands; William Langer, USGS Initiative on Loss of Resources Critical to the Support of the Nation's Infrastructure

White House Perspectives—Janet Irwin, White House Office of Management and Budget; Murray Hitzman, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Federal Agency Perspectives—Mark Schaefer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Water & Science, designee; Rhea Graham, Director, U.S. Bureau of Mines; Thomas Kitsos and Donald Hill, Office of International Activities and Marine Minerals, Minerals Management Service; C. Thomas King, U.S. Forest Service; Robert McSwain, Department of State; Robert Bastian, Environmental Protection Agency

Federal Agency Perspectives (field offices)—Frank Salwerowicz, Deputy State Director (Colorado), Bureau of Land Management; Melody Holm and Rusty Dersch, U.S. Forest Service (Colorado); Robert D. Higgins, National Park Service (Colorado); James Dunn, Mining Waste Team Leader, Environmental Protection Agency (Colorado)

State Agency Perspectives—Vicki Cowart, State Geologist and Director, Colorado Geological Survey; Bruce K. Stover, Senior Geologist,

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