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Chapter: APPENDIX C: Contributors to the Report, Opportunities in the Hydrologic Sciences

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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C: Contributors to the Report, Opportunities in the Hydrologic Sciences." National Research Council. 1991. Opportunities in the Hydrologic Sciences. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1543.
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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C: Contributors to the Report, Opportunities in the Hydrologic Sciences." National Research Council. 1991. Opportunities in the Hydrologic Sciences. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1543.
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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C: Contributors to the Report, Opportunities in the Hydrologic Sciences." National Research Council. 1991. Opportunities in the Hydrologic Sciences. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1543.
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Contributors to the Report, Opportunities in the Hydrologic Sciences During the course of this study, numerous persons other than those listed in the front matter played roles in the development of this report. Some reviewed the work of the committee, others provided material or advice at the committee's invitation, and still others pro- vided unsolicited material for the committee's consideration. The committee carefully considered all of this assistance and wishes to acknowledge and thank these persons for their interest and coopera- tion. The committee notes that not all material received was pub- lished and that not all suggestions were heeded. We acknowledge the possibility of overlooking some individual from our listing and apologize if this occurred. WILLIAM ALLEY, U.S. Geological Survey, Reston MARY P. ANDERSON, University of Wisconsin, Madison LELANI L. ARRIS, Seattle, Washington VICTOR R. BAKER, University of Arizona ROGER BALES, University of Arizona ERIC I. BARRON, Pennsylvania State University THOMAS L. BELL, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center KENNETH BENCALA, U.S. Geological Survey KEITH BEVEN, University of Lancaster, United Kingdom ISTVAN BOGARDI, University of Nebraska-Lincoln JOHN I. BOLAND, The Johns Hopkins University RAFAEL L. BRAS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology JOHN D. BREDEHOEFT, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park 328

APPENDIX C 329 CAROL BREED, U.S. Geological Survey NATHAN BURAS, University of Arizona STANLEY BUTLER, University of Southern California MICHAEL E. CAMPANA, Desert Research Institute, University of Nevada-Reno MOUSTAFA CHAHINE, California Institute of Technology, let Propulsion Laboratory DAVID A. DAUGHARTY, University of New Brunswick PAUL R. DAY, University of California-Berkeley ROBERT E. DICKINSON, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado WILLIAM E. DIETRICH, University of California-Berkeley NAMES C. I. DODGE, Dublin, Ireland JOHN DRACUP, University of California-Los Angeles CHARLES T. DRISCOLL, Syracuse University LUCIEN DUCKSTEIN, Case Western Reserve University CHRIS J. DUFFY, Utah State University DARA ENTEKHABI, University of Arizona MALIN FALKENMARK, NFR, Stockholm, Sweden R. ALLAN FREEZE, University of British Columbia JURGEN GARBRECHT, USDA, Agricultural Research Service WILFORD R. GARDNER, University of California-Berkeley KONSTANTINE P. GEORGAKAKOS, University of Iowa EDWARD M. GODSY, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park DAVID C. GOODRICH, USDA, Agricultural Research Service VERNON HAGEN, Dewberry and Davis Engineers HAROLD HEMOND, Massachusetts Institute of Technology WILLIAM H. HENDERSHOT, McGill University JANET G. HERING, Swiss Institute for Water Resources and Water Pollution Control ROBERT M. HIRSCH, U.S. Geological Survey, Reston MICHAEL HUDLOW, NOAA, National Weather Service BRYAN L. ISACKS, Cornell University RAY D. JACKSON, USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Phoenix DEAN S. lEFFRIES, National Water Research Institute, Canada DOUGLAS L. KANE, University of Alaska-Fairbanks RICHARD C. KATTELMANN, University of California-Santa Barbara VANCE C. KENNEDY, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park DAVID F. KIBLER, Pennsylvania State University M. l. KIRKBY, University of Leeds, United Kingdom VIT KLEMES, International Association of Hydrological Sciences LEONARD F. KONIKOW, U.S. Geological Survey, Reston M. KUHN, Innsbruck, Austria

330 R. G. LAWFORD, Environment Canada SHAUN LOVElOY, McGill University DAVID R. MAIDMENT, University of Texas NICHOLAS MATALAS, U.S. Geological Survey, Reston JOHN R. MATHER, New Jersey A. I. MCKERCHAR, New Zealand Department of Scientific and Industrial Research MARK F. MEIER, University of Colorado-Boulder HAROLD A. MOONEY, Stanford University FRANCOIS M. M. MOREL, Massachusetts Institute of Technology CATHERINE NICOLIS, Institute d'Aeronomie Spatiale de Belgique BRIGID O'FARRELL, National Research Council, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education AMY PARKER, Annandale, Virginia EUGENE PATTEN, U.S. Geological Survey, Reston GEORGE F. FINDER, University of Vermont NEIL PLUMMER, U.S. Geological Survey, Reston KENNETH POTTER, University of Wisconsin-Madison RONALD PRINN, Massachusetts Institute of Technology EUGENE RASMUSSEN, University of Maryland JOHN SCHAAKE, NOAA, National Weather Service WILLIAM G. SHOPE, JR., U.S. Geological Survey, Reston S. E. SILLIMAN, University of Notre Dame KEITH V. SLACK, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park RICHARD A. SMITH, U.S. Geological Survey, Reston A. F. SPILHAUS, JR., American Geophysical Union DONALD E. STREBEL, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center A. VAN DER BEKEN, Vrije Universiteit, Brussels T. S. UITERKAMP, Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research lACK B. WAIDE, U.S. Forest Service, Oxford, Mississippi RICHARD H. WARING, Oregon State University EDWARD WAYMIRE, Cornell University JACKSON R. WEBSTER, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University WILLIAM W. WOESSNER, University of Montana M. GORDON WOLMAN, The Johns Hopkins University WALTER O. WUNDERLICH, Knoxville, Tennessee ISZTAR ZAWADSKI, University of Quebec, Canada F. C. ZUIDEMA, National Council for Agricultural Research, The Netherlands APPENDIX C

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