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Subcommittee on Fisheries Conservation, Wildlife and Oceans Oversight Hearing on the status of Ocean Observing Systems in the United States
Tuesday, July 13, 2004

washington, D.C.


Oversight Hearing on the status of Ocean Observing Systems in the United States

WITNESSES

PANEL I

Dr. Richard W. Spinrad
Assistant Administrator
National Ocean Service, NOAA

Dr. Margaret S. Leinen
Assistant Director for Geosciences
National Science Foundation

Mr. Robert Winokur
Technical Director
Oceanographer of the Navy

Dr. Robert A. Weller
Senior Scientist
Director, Cooperative Institute for Climate and Ocean Research
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Dr. Donald F. Boesch
President 
Center for Environmental Science
University of Maryland

PANEL II

Dr. Newell "Toby" Garfield
San Francisco State University
Center for Integrative Coastal Observation, Research and Education (CICORE)

Ms. Molly McCammon
Executive Director
Alaska Ocean Observing System

Mr. Evan Richert
President
Gulf of Maine Ocean Observing System

Mr. Cortis Cooper
Metocean Consultant
Energy Technology Co, ChevronTexaco

Dr. J. Frederick Grassle
Director
Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Ms. Helen A. Brohl
Executive Director
National Association of Maritime Organizations

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