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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX A: PARTICIPANTS." National Research Council. 1984. Disposal of Industrial and Domestic Wastes: Land and Sea Alternatives. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/312.
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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX A: PARTICIPANTS." National Research Council. 1984. Disposal of Industrial and Domestic Wastes: Land and Sea Alternatives. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/312.
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Appendix A: Participants Stanley I. Auerbach, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Cochairman Edward D. Goldberg, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Cochairman Charles Andrews, Woodward Clyde Consultants John F. Andrews, Rice University Willard Bascom, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Fred R. Baser, NL Industries, Inc. Daniel J. Basta, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Robert K. Bastian, Environmental Protection Agency Kathe K. Bertine, San Diego State University Norman H. Brooks, California Institute of Technology Dail Brown, National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Administration Judith M. Capuzzo, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Rita R. Colwell, University of Maryland Michael S. Connor, Harvard School of Public Health David G. Davis, Environmental Protection Agency Paul Dayton, Scripps Institution of Oceanography John D. Ditmars, Argonne National Laboratory Alfred P. DuFour, Environmental Protection Agency Steven J. Eisenreich, University of Minnesota Dean Eyman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Lloyd L. Falk, Wilmington, Delaware A. Myrick Freeman III, Bowdoin College Paul M. Fye, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution William F. Garber, Bureau of Sanitation, Los Angeles James J. Gift, Ecological Analysts, Inc. Judith P. Grassle, Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory Mark A. Harwell, Cornell University 209

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Can decision makers meaningfully compare land versus sea options for waste disposal? Using available scientific data on waste behavior and new studies from East and West Coast dump sites, this book shows how to use a matrix approach to rank the ecological and health consequences of any combination of waste, site, and disposal system design.

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