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Subcommittee on Fisheries Conservation, Wildlife and Oceans Oversight Field Hearing in Annapolis, Maryland, on Chesapeake Bay Restoration
Monday, December 13, 2004



Oversight Field Hearing in Annapolis, Maryland, on Chesapeake Bay Restoration 

WITNESSES

PANEL I

Ms. Rebecca W. Hanmer
Director, Chesapeake Bay Program Office
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Dr. Thomas R. Fisher
Professor, Horn Point Laboratory
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Dr. Mark W. Luckenbach
Director, Eastern Shore Laboratory
Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Dr. Kevin D. Friedland
Director, UMass/NOAA CMER Program
U.S. Department of Commerce

Dr. Jan L. Powell
Assistant Professor, Division of Foodborne and Emerging Pathogens
Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine
University of Maryland School of Medicine

PANEL II

Mr. Jamie Baxter
Director, Maryland Tributary Strategy Program
Maryland Department of Natural Resources

Dr. Howard Ernst
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science
U.S. Naval Academy

Dr. Eileen McLellan
Chester Riverkeeper
Chester River Association

PANEL III

Mr. C. Ronald Franks
Secretary, Maryland Department of Natural Resources

Ms. Ellen Moyer
Mayor City of Annapolis, Maryland

The Honorable Penelope A. Gross
Supervisor, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors
Fairfax County, Virginia

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