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Appendix B Participants in the Workshop and Meetings Committee Meetings First Committee Meeting, May 7–8, 1998 National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. Steven A. Anderson, Air Products, Inc. Ken Bitting, U.S. Coast Guard Louis ''Coke'' Coakley, Florida Power and Light Company Deborah French, Applied Science Associates Nelson Garcia-Tavel, Bitor America Corporation Donna Leinwand, Knight-Ridder, Inc. John Meehan, U.S. Coast Guard Carolyn Raepple, Hopping Green Sams & Smith Gloria Rains, Manasota-88 Jennifer Rains, law student, American University Second Committee Meeting, August 20–21, 1998 National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. Charles A. (Andy) Miller, Environmental Protection Agency
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Third Committee Meeting, October 15–16, 1999 Oakland, California David Adams, Port of Oakland José Dueñas, Greater Oakland International Trade Center Peter Grautier, U.S. Coast Guard, Marine Safety Office Jim Hardwick, Office of Spill Prevention and Response, California Department of Fish and Game Harlan Henderson, U.S. Coast Guard, Marine Safety Office Carl Jochums, Office of Spill Prevention and Response, California Department of Fish and Game John W. Koster, U.S. Coast Guard, Chief Response Branch Michael Latorre, Marine Spill Response Corporation Douglas O'Donovan, Marine Spill Response Corporation Steve Ricks, Clean Bay, Inc. Scott Stolz, Hazardous Materials Response and Assessment Division, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Gail Thomas, Environmental Protection Agency Edward Ueber, Gulf of the Farallones, Cordell Banks, and Monterey Bay (north) National Marine Sanctuaries Workshop, August 20, 1998 National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. Ken Bitting U.S. Coast Guard Groton, Connecticut Peter Bontadelli California Office of Oil Spill Prevention and Response California Department of Fish and Game Sacramento, California Kellyn Betts Associate Editor Environmental Science & Technology Washington, D.C. Duncan Brown Marine Board Consultant Arlington, Virginia Barbara Davis Oil Program Center Environmental Protection Agency Washington, D.C Bryan Emond Chief, Domestic Tank Vessel Branch Washington, D.C. Mervin F. Fingas Environment Canada Ottawa, Ontario
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Nelson Garcia-Tavel Bitor America Corporation Boca Raton, Florida Pamela Gibson American Petroleum Institute Washington, D.C. Thomas Harrison U.S. Coast Guard Washington, D.C. William Healy Naval Sea Systems Command Arlington, Virginia Larry Hereth U.S. Coast Guard Washington, D.C. Donald S. Jensen Jensen & Associates Elizabeth City, North Carolina Eugene Johnson Delaware Bay and River Cooperative, Inc. Lewes, Delaware James M. Kendell U.S. Department of Energy Washington, D.C. Thomas Kniestedt Apex Oil (retired) Frohna, Missouri Merritt Lane Canal Barge Company, Inc. New Orleans, Louisiana John Latour Canadian Coast Guard Ottawa, Ontario Steve Lehmann National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Boston, Massachusetts Daniel Leubecker Maritime Administration Washington, D.C. Malcolm MacKinnon, III, NAE MSCL, Inc. Alexandria, Virginia Kathy Metcalf Chamber of Shipping of America Washington, D.C. Mark Meza U.S. Coast Guard Washington, D.C. Jacqueline Michel Research Planning, Inc. Columbia, South Carolina R. Keith Michel Herbert Engineering San Francisco, California Charles A. (Andy) Miller Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, North Carolina Tosh Moller International Tank Owners Pollution Fund Houndsditch, London
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James O'Brien O'Brien's Oil Pollution Service, Inc. Gretna, Louisiana David Page Bowdoin College Brunswick, Maine Steven Palmer State of Florida, Department of Environmental Protection Tallahassee, Florida David Pascoe Corbett & Holt Washington, D.C. Lita Proctor Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida John Roberts Coastal Towing Houston, Texas Gary Sergy Environment Canada Edmonton, Alberta Gregory V. Sparkman Division of Maritime Assistance Analysis Washington, D.C. Malcolm Spaulding University of Rhode Island Narragansett, Rhode Island James Sweeney Morania Oil Tanker Corporation Stamford, Connecticut John B. Torgen Save the Bay Providence, Rhode Island Dave Usher Spill Control Association of America Detroit, Michigan Glen Wiltshire U.S. Coast Guard Elizabeth City, North Carolina
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