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Subcommittee on Fisheries Conservation, Wildlife and Oceans Joint Oversight Hearing on the Growing Problem of Invasive Species.
Tuesday, April 29, 2003

washington, D.C.


Joint Oversight Hearing on the Growing Problem of Invasive Species.

WITNESS LIST

PANEL I

Dr. James Tate, Jr., Science Advisor to the Secretary, Department of the Interior

Dr. Chuck Lambert, Deputy Undersecretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs, USDA

Dr. Stephen Brandt, Director of Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab, NOAA

Dr. Edwin Theriot, Mississippi Valley Division, Army Corps of Engineers

Mr. John Baughman, Executive Vice-President, International Assoc. of Fish and Wildlife Agencies

 

PANEL II

Mr. G. Ray Arnett, former Assistant Secretary for Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Department of Interior

Mr. Bill Pauli, President, California Farm Bureau Federation

Ms. Myra Bradford Hyde, National Cattlemen's Beef Association

Mr. John P. Connelly, President, National Fisheries Institute

Mr. John T. Shannon, State Forester of Arkansas, on behalf of the National Assoc. of State Foresters

Dr. Phyllis N. Windle, on behalf of The National Environmental Coalition on Invasive Species

 

PANEL III

Dr. Gregory M. Ruiz, Marine Ecologist, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Dr. Roger L. Mann, Acting Director for Research and Advisory Services, VIMS

Dr. James T. Carlton, Professor of Marine Sciences, Williams College

Mr. Fred V. Grau, Jr., President, Grasslyn, Inc.

Mr. James M. Beers, Science Advisor, American Land Rights Association

Dr. Fred Kraus, Department of Natural Science, Bishop Museum, Hawaii

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