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D - SOUTHEAST ASIA

INDONESIA
Office of Environmental Sciences Dr. Gordon W. Groves, based in Djakarta, is the principal oceanographic investigator 

Best contact, AID Country Director, U. S. Embassy, Djakarta

In cooperation with AID.  Smithsonian scientists cooperating in a study on the environmental effects of development, with specific focus on exploitation of oil resources in lesser developed countries.

National Museum of Natural History
Division of Entomology
Dr. Botha DeMeillon, Principal
Investigator, Southeast Asia Mosquito
Program (SEAMP)

Entomological study project on mosquitos.  Dr. Carl Frogner of the University of Chicago is in Indonesia collecting breeding mosquitos in Borneo and Sumatra SEAMP working closely with the Bogor Museum. 

THAILAND
Office of Environmental Sciences 
Dr. Curt R. Schneider
William R. Heard
George M. Davis

Dr. Schneider, with headquarters in Bangkok, is conducting an important project for the study of water born disease, particularly schistosomiasis, in the Mekong Delta, which includes field research in Laos Thailand, and South Vietnam.  This research is directly related to the Mekong Development Program. 
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