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Mr. Tasuku Tanaka Earth Observation Programmes Department National Space Development Agency (NASDA) Tokyo, JAPAN Dr. Byron D. Tapley Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics University of Texas Austin, TX Dr. John S. Theon Chief Atmospheric Dynamics and Radiation Branch NASA Washington, DC Dr. Shelby Tilford Director Earth Science and Applications NASA Washington, DC Dr. Kiyoshi Tsuchiya Director Remote Sensing and Image Research Center Chiba University JAPAN Dr. Richard S. Williams, Jr. Research Coordinator for Global Change Activities U.S. Geological Survey Reston, VA Dr. Gregory W. Withee Director NOAA/NESDIS Washington, DC Mr. David J. Wright Manager, Marketing Civil Space Programs General Electric Company Astro-Space Division Philadelphia, PA OTHER PARTICIPANTS Ms. Linda Billings Administrative Director US-ISY Association Washington, DC Mr. Ralph Brescia International Relations Specialist NASA Washington, DC Ms. Penny Dalton Professional Staff Member Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation U.S. Senate Washington, DC Ms. Susan Eisenhower President Eisenhower World Affair Institute Washington, DC Dr. James C. Fletcher Administrator NASA WASHINGTON, DC Mr. Jeff Lawrence Professional Staff Appropriations Committee U.S. House of Representatives Washington, DC Dr. John L. McLucas Chairman US-ISY Association Washington, DC Ms. Lynne Murphy Congressional Relations NASA Washington, DC Mr. Tai Nakamura Deputy Director Washington Office NASDA Washington, DC Mr. Robert E. Palmer Staff Director Subcmmittee on International Scientific Cooperation Committee on Science, Space and Technology U.S. House of Representatives Washington, DC Ms. Debra Rahn Public Information Officer NASA Washington, DC Dr. Rudegar Reinhard ESA/ESTEC THE NETHERLANDS Dr. William S. Smith Science Advisor Subcommittee on Space Science and Applications Committee on Science, Space and Technology U.S. House of Representatives Washington, DC 38
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