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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C - Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 1989. Opportunities to Improve Marine Forecasting. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1410.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C - Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 1989. Opportunities to Improve Marine Forecasting. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1410.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C - Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 1989. Opportunities to Improve Marine Forecasting. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1410.
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APPENDIX C Workshop Participants National Meeting on Opportunities to Improve Marine Observations and Forecasting Irvine, California September 27-29, 1988 Committee Members Peter R. Vitro, Chairman, Science Applications International Corporation Kenneth ~ Blenkarn, Consultant Robert T. Bush, Universe ~nkships, Inc. William G. Gordon, New Jersey Marine Sciences Consortium Robert E. Haring, Exxon Production Research Company Jon F. Klein, Sea-Land Service, Inc. Allan R. Robinson, Harvard University Kenneth W. Ruggles, Systems West, Inc. Liaison Representatives Robert H. Feden, U.S. Naval Observatory James Lynch, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Richard Wagoner, National Weather Service, NOAA Invited Participants Richard B. Allen, Atlantic Offshore Fishermen's Association Vincent J. Cardone, Oceanweather, Inc. 57

58 Henry Chen, Ocean Systems, Inc. Steve Cook National Ocean Service, NOAA George E. Duff, Navios Ship Agencies, Inc. Paul Friday, National Ocean Service, NOAA Paul Glaiber, Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company Gary Gridley, Conoco, Inc. Warren W. Hader, Montauk Fishermen's Association Glenn D. Hamilton, National Data Buoy Center, NOAA Walter E. Hanson, International Ice Patrol, U.S. Coast Guard Charles W. Hummer, Dredging Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Paul Jacobs, Office of Meteorology, National Weather Service, NOAA Chester Jelesnianski, National Weather Service, NOAA Saunders ~ Jones, Puerto Rico Marine Management, Inc. Walter Kristiansen, Amoco Transportation Company R. Michael Laurs, National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA Edmond Mandin, American President Lines Ronald D. McPherson, National Meteorological Operations Division, NOAA Paul B. Mentz, Maritime Administration Forrest ~ Miller, Inter-American Tropical Lana Commission Kathleen ~ Miller, National Center for Atmospheric Research Polly Mirkovich, The Texas Shrimp Association Christopher N. K Mooers, Institute of Naval Oceanography Robert J. Murray, Matson Navigation Company David Paskausky, Research and Development Center, U.S. Coast Guard William C. Patzert, Jet Propulsion Laboratory David J. H. Peters, Conoco, Inc. Admiral Richard Pittenger, Oceanographer of the Navy D. B. Rao, National Meteorological Center, NOAA Allan M. Reece, Shell Development Company William S. Richardson, National Ocean Service, NOAA Stephen K Rinard, National Weather Service Southern Region, NOAA Frederick H. Sharrocks, Jr., Federal Emergency Management Agency George Sparacino, Sun Transport Company Andrew M. Sullivan, Weather Network, Inc. H. G. P. (Bud) Thomas, Keystone Shipping Company Paul E. Versowsky, Chevron U.S.N, Inc. John Vermersch, Jr., Exxon Production Research Company Charles L. Vincent, Coastal Engineering Research Center James W. Winchester, Association of Private Weather Related Companies Paul Wolff, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere (Retired) Vincent Zegowitz, National Weather Service, NOAA

Manne Board Staff Charles ~ Bookrnan, Director C. Lincoln Crane Jr., Staff Officer Aurore Bleck, Administrative Secretary Gloria B. Green, Project Secretary 59

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Commerce and the general public--especially those living in increasingly crowded, highly developed low-lying coastal communities--rely heavily on accurate forecasts of marine conditions and weather over the oceans to ensure the safe and productive use of the sea and coastal zone. This book examines the opportunities to improve our ocean forecasting systems made possible by new observational techniques and high-speed computers. Significant benefits from these potential improvements are possible for transportation, ocean energy and resources development, fisheries and recreation, and coastal management.

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