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From [email protected] Fri Aug 11 14:41:52 1995
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: Jeffrey Trust <[email protected]>
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.geo.geology,sci.geo.hydrology,sci.geo.meteorology,sci.geo.oceanography,sci.bio.misc,sci.bio.botany,sci.bio.ecology,sci.bio.fisheries,sci.engr.civil
Subject: RFD: sci.geo.rivers
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                     REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION (RFD)
                   unmoderated group sci.geo.rivers

Summary:  Discusssion of geologic, climatologic, biologic, and engineering
          issues relating to rivers

Proponent:  Jeffrey Trust <[email protected]>
Mentor:     Ilana Stern <[email protected]>

This is a formal Request For Discussion on the creation of the newsgroup
sci.geo.rivers.  This is not a call for votes; do not vote now.

RATIONALE:

Studies of rivers involve many fields of study- work in this field is
done by fish biologists, civil engineers, geologists, hydrologists,
foresters, and many others.  It is desirable for those involved in
river studies to have an efficient and informal way to discuss issues
relating to rivers.  Other relevant Usenet newsgroups include
sci.geo.hydrology, sci.bio.ecology, and sci.engr.civil.  It is, in
part, the purpose of this proposed newsgroup to provide an
interdisciplinary discussion of river issues that is frequently absent
from each of these newsgroups.  Discussion of rivers takes place in
each of the three newsgroups listed above, but the discussion in each
group often focuses only on those aspects of river studies relevant to
that particular group.

The sci.geo.* hierarchy was chosen because it includes many Earth
science-related groups, not just those of geologic interest.  The
scope of this newsgroup is intended to be interdisciplinary, and the
sci.geo.* hierarchy is the best choice (short of creating a new sci.*
hierarchy).

CHARTER:  sci.geo.rivers

sci.geo.rivers is an unmoderated Usenet newsgroup for the discussion
of the geology, biology, and other aspects of the scientific study of
rivers.  This newsgroup will serve as a place for members of the
scientific community, and others interested, to discuss: 1) the
geologic processes related to rivers, 2) climatology, as it is related
to rivers, to include such topics as water supply and flooding, 3)
biologic issues, as they relate to rivers, to include such topics as
wildlife, forest, and human ecology, 4) engineering issues, as related
to rivers, to include such topics as the effects of human modification
(e.g., dams, revetments, and channelization), 6) drainage basin
management, including such topics as stream, estuary, and wetlands
protection and restoration, and 7) other topics not mentioned above,
but that have scientific relevance to rivers.

PROCEDURE:

This RFD has been posted in accordance with the Guidelines for Newsgroup
Creation.  Its language is based on previously submitted RFDs.

After a discussion period of 21 to 30 days, if there are no major
objections, an independent votetaker will post a Call For Votes (CFV)
to the same groups as this RFD.  The voting period will be at least 21
days.  If the proposed group passes by receiving 100 more YES votes
than NO votes, and at least twice as many YES votes as NO votes, it
will be created.

DISTRIBUTION:

The RFD is being cross-posted to the following relevant news groups:

news.announce.newgroups, news.groups, sci.geo.geology,
sci.geo.hydrology, sci.geo.meteorology, sci.geo.oceanography,
sci.bio.misc, sci.bio.botany, sci.bio.ecology, sci.bio.fisheries,
sci.engr.civil

Followup posts should be directed to news.groups.

From [email protected] Mon Sep 11 18:50:37 1995
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: Jeffrey Trust <[email protected]>
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.geo.geology,sci.geo.hydrology,sci.geo.meteorology,sci.geo.oceanography,sci.bio.misc,sci.bio.botany,sci.bio.ecology,sci.bio.fisheries,sci.engr.civil
Subject: 2nd RFD: sci.geo.rivers+lakes
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 11 Sep 1995 22:50:31 -0000
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                     REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION (RFD)
                         unmoderated group sci.geo.rivers+lakes

Summary:  Science of rivers and lakes.

Proponent:  Jeffrey Trust <[email protected]>
Mentor:     Ilana Stern <[email protected]>

This is a second Request For Discussion on the creation of the newsgroup
sci.geo.rivers+lakes.

Changes from the first RFD:  Based on discussion, the proposed name was
changed from sci.geo.rivers to sci.geo.rivers+lakes, and the charter was
modified to include as relevant issues rivers, lakes, and other inland
freshwater bodies.

RATIONALE:

Studies of rivers and lakes involve many fields of study- work in this
field is done by fish biologists, civil engineers, geologists,
hydrologists, foresters, and many others.  It is desirable for those
involved in river and lacustrine studies to have an efficient and informal
way to discuss issues relating to rivers and lakes.  Other relevant Usenet
newsgroups include sci.geo.hydrology, sci.bio.ecology, and sci.engr.civil.
It is, in part, the purpose of this proposed newsgroup to provide an
interdisciplinary discussion of river and lake issues that is frequently
absent from each of these newsgroups. Discussion of rivers and lakes takes
place in each of the three newsgroups listed above, but the discussion in
each group often focuses only on those aspects of river and lake studies
relevant to that particular group.

The sci.geo.* hierarchy was chosen because it includes many Earth
science-related groups, not just those of geologic interest.  The scope of
this newsgroup is intended to be interdisciplinary, and the sci.geo.*
hierarchy is the best choice (short of creating a new sci.* hierarchy).


CHARTER: sci.geo.rivers+lakes

sci.geo.rivers+lakes is an unmoderated Usenet newsgroup for the
discussion of the geology, biology, and other aspects of the
scientific study of rivers, lakes, and other inland freshwater bodies.
This newsgroup will serve as a place for members of the scientific
community, and others interested, to discuss: 1) the geologic
processes related to rivers and lakes, 2) climatology, as it is
related to rivers and lakes, to include such topics as water supply
and flooding, 3) biologic issues, as they relate to rivers and lakes,
to include such topics as wildlife, forest, and human ecology, 4)
engineering issues, as related to rivers and lakes, to include such
topics as the effects of human modification (e.g., dams, revetments,
and channelization), 6) drainage basin management, to include such
topics as stream, estuary, and wetlands protection and restoration,
and 7) other topics not mentioned above, but that have scientific
relevance to rivers, lakes, and other inland freshwater bodies.

END CHARTER.

PROCEDURE:

After a discussion period of 21 to 30 days, if there are no major objections,
an independent votetaker will post a Call For Votes (CFV) to the same
groups as this RFD.  The voting period will be at least 21 days.  If the
proposed group passes by receiving 100 more YES votes than NO votes, and at
least twice as many YES votes as NO votes, it will be created.

DISTRIBUTION:

This RFD has been posted in accordance with the Guidelines for Newsgroup
Creation.  Its language is based on previously submitted RFDs.  The RFD is
being cross-posted to the following relevant news groups:

news.announce.newgroups, news.groups, sci.geo.geology,
sci.geo.hydrology, sci.geo.meteorology, sci.geo.oceanography,
sci.bio.misc, sci.bio.botany, sci.bio.ecology, sci.bio.fisheries,
sci.engr.civil, rec.birds, rec.boats.paddle

Followup posts should be directed to news.groups

From [email protected] Tue Oct 24 13:51:22 1995
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: Kenneth Herron <[email protected]>
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.bio.botany,sci.bio.ecology,sci.bio.fisheries,sci.bio.misc,sci.engr.civil,sci.geo.geology,sci.geo.hydrology,sci.geo.meteorology,sci.geo.oceanography
Subject: CFV: sci.geo.rivers+lakes
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                     FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                unmoderated group sci.geo.rivers+lakes

Newsgroups line:
sci.geo.rivers+lakes	Science of rivers and lakes.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 14 Nov 1995.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  Questions about
this proposal should be directed to the proponent.

Proponent: Jeffrey Trust <[email protected]>
Mentor:    Ilana Stern <[email protected]>
Votetaker: Kenneth Herron <[email protected]>


RATIONALE: sci.geo.rivers+lakes

Studies of rivers and lakes involve many fields of study- work in this
field is done by fish biologists, civil engineers, geologists,
hydrologists, foresters, and many others.  It is desirable for those
involved in river and lacustrine studies to have an efficient and
informal way to discuss issues relating to rivers and lakes.  Other
relevant Usenet newsgroups include sci.geo.hydrology, sci.bio.ecology,
and sci.engr.civil.  It is, in part, the purpose of this proposed
newsgroup to provide an interdisciplinary discussion of river and lake
issues that is frequently absent from each of these newsgroups.
Discussion of rivers and lakes takes place in each of the three
newsgroups listed above, but the discussion in each group often focuses
only on those aspects of river and lake studies relevant to that
particular group.

The sci.geo.* hierarchy was chosen because it includes many Earth
science-related groups, not just those of geologic interest.  The scope
of this newsgroup is intended to be interdisciplinary, and the sci.geo.*
hierarchy is the best choice (short of creating a new sci.* hierarchy).


CHARTER: sci.geo.rivers+lakes

sci.geo.rivers+lakes is an unmoderated Usenet newsgroup for the
discussion of the geology, biology, and other aspects of the scientific
study of rivers, lakes, and other inland freshwater bodies.  This
newsgroup will serve as a place for members of the scientific community,
and others interested, to discuss:  1) the geologic processes related to
rivers and lakes, 2) climatology, as it is related to rivers and lakes,
to include such topics as water supply and flooding, 3) biologic issues,
as they relate to rivers and lakes, to include such topics as wildlife,
forest, and human ecology, 4) engineering issues, as related to rivers
and lakes, to include such topics as the effects of human modification
(e.g., dams, revetments, and channelization), 6) drainage basin
management, to include such topics as stream, estuary, and wetlands
protection and restoration, and 7) other topics not mentioned above, but
that have scientific relevance to rivers, lakes, and other inland
freshwater bodies.

END CHARTER.


HOW TO VOTE

Erase everything above the top "-=-=-=-" line and erase everything below
the bottom "-=-=-=-" line.  Do not erase anything between these lines
and do not change the group names.

Give your name on the line that asks for it.  For each group, place a
YES or NO in the brackets next to it to vote for or against it.  Don't
worry about spacing of the columns or any quote characters (">") that
your reply inserts.

Then send via e-mail to:  [email protected]

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VOTING PROCEDURE NOTES:

Standard Guidelines for voting apply.  One person, one vote.  Votes must
be mailed directly from the voter to the votetaker.  Anonymous,
forwarded or proxy votes are not valid; this includes votes generated by
WWW/HTML/CGI forms.

Vote counting is automated.  Failure to follow these directions may mean
that your vote does not get counted.  If you do not receive an
acknowledgment of your vote within three days, contact the votetaker
about the problem.  It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is
registered correctly.  Duplicate votes are resolved in favor of the most
recent valid vote.  Addresses and votes of all voters will be published
in the final voting results post.

The purpose of a Usenet vote is to determine the genuine interest of
persons who would read a proposed newsgroup.  Soliciting votes from
disinterested parties defeats this purpose.  Please do not distribute
this CFV.  If you must, direct people to the official CFV as posted to
news.announce.newgroups.  Distributing pre-marked or otherwise edited
copies of this CFV is generally considered to be vote fraud.  When in
doubt, ask the votetaker.

From [email protected] Fri Nov  3 17:10:09 1995
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: Kenneth Herron <[email protected]>
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.bio.botany,sci.bio.ecology,sci.bio.fisheries,sci.bio.misc,sci.engr.civil,sci.geo.geology,sci.geo.hydrology,sci.geo.meteorology,sci.geo.oceanography
Subject: 2nd CFV: sci.geo.rivers+lakes
Supersedes: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: poster
Date: 3 Nov 1995 22:09:59 -0000
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Lines: 125
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                      LAST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                unmoderated group sci.geo.rivers+lakes

Newsgroups line:
sci.geo.rivers+lakes	Science of rivers and lakes.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 14 Nov 1995.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  Questions about
this proposal should be directed to the proponent.

Proponent: Jeffrey Trust <[email protected]>
Mentor:    Ilana Stern <[email protected]>
Votetaker: Kenneth Herron <[email protected]>


RATIONALE: sci.geo.rivers+lakes

Studies of rivers and lakes involve many fields of study- work in this
field is done by fish biologists, civil engineers, geologists,
hydrologists, foresters, and many others.  It is desirable for those
involved in river and lacustrine studies to have an efficient and
informal way to discuss issues relating to rivers and lakes.  Other
relevant Usenet newsgroups include sci.geo.hydrology, sci.bio.ecology,
and sci.engr.civil.  It is, in part, the purpose of this proposed
newsgroup to provide an interdisciplinary discussion of river and lake
issues that is frequently absent from each of these newsgroups.
Discussion of rivers and lakes takes place in each of the three
newsgroups listed above, but the discussion in each group often focuses
only on those aspects of river and lake studies relevant to that
particular group.

The sci.geo.* hierarchy was chosen because it includes many Earth
science-related groups, not just those of geologic interest.  The scope
of this newsgroup is intended to be interdisciplinary, and the sci.geo.*
hierarchy is the best choice (short of creating a new sci.* hierarchy).


CHARTER: sci.geo.rivers+lakes

sci.geo.rivers+lakes is an unmoderated Usenet newsgroup for the
discussion of the geology, biology, and other aspects of the scientific
study of rivers, lakes, and other inland freshwater bodies.  This
newsgroup will serve as a place for members of the scientific community,
and others interested, to discuss:  1) the geologic processes related to
rivers and lakes, 2) climatology, as it is related to rivers and lakes,
to include such topics as water supply and flooding, 3) biologic issues,
as they relate to rivers and lakes, to include such topics as wildlife,
forest, and human ecology, 4) engineering issues, as related to rivers
and lakes, to include such topics as the effects of human modification
(e.g., dams, revetments, and channelization), 6) drainage basin
management, to include such topics as stream, estuary, and wetlands
protection and restoration, and 7) other topics not mentioned above, but
that have scientific relevance to rivers, lakes, and other inland
freshwater bodies.

END CHARTER.


HOW TO VOTE

Erase everything above the top "-=-=-=-" line and erase everything below
the bottom "-=-=-=-" line.  Do not erase anything between these lines
and do not change the group names.

Give your name on the line that asks for it.  For each group, place a
YES or NO in the brackets next to it to vote for or against it.  Don't
worry about spacing of the columns or any quote characters (">") that
your reply inserts.

Then send via e-mail to:  [email protected]

-=-=-=-=-=- Don't Delete Anything Between These Lines -=-=-=-=-=-
sci.geo.rivers+lakes Ballot <SGRL-002> (Don't remove this marker)

Please give your real name here->

  Your Vote   Group
-----------------------------------------------------------------
 [ YES     ]  example.yes.vote
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 [ ABSTAIN ]  example.abstention

 [         ]  CREATE sci.geo.rivers+lakes
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VOTING PROCEDURE NOTES:

Standard Guidelines for voting apply.  One person, one vote.  Votes must
be mailed directly from the voter to the votetaker.  Anonymous,
forwarded or proxy votes are not valid; this includes votes generated by
WWW/HTML/CGI forms.

Vote counting is automated.  Failure to follow these directions may mean
that your vote does not get counted.  If you do not receive an
acknowledgment of your vote within three days, contact the votetaker
about the problem.  It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is
registered correctly.  Duplicate votes are resolved in favor of the most
recent valid vote.  Addresses and votes of all voters will be published
in the final voting results post.

The purpose of a Usenet vote is to determine the genuine interest of
persons who would read a proposed newsgroup.  Soliciting votes from
disinterested parties defeats this purpose.  Please do not distribute
this CFV.  If you must, direct people to the official CFV as posted to
news.announce.newgroups.  Distributing pre-marked or otherwise edited
copies of this CFV is generally considered to be vote fraud.  When in
doubt, ask the votetaker.

sci.geo.rivers+lakes Acknowledgement Bounce List
No need to revote
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[email protected]                                          Chauncey W. Anderson
[email protected]                                               Marinna Martini

Invalid ballots
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[email protected]
    ! Invalid address
[email protected]                                         Tony Blake
    ! No vote statement in message
[email protected]                                             S. Sinha
    ! No vote statement in message
[email protected]             LeRoy J Schroder II, Supv Hydrologist, Denver, CO
    ! No vote statement in message

From [email protected] Wed Nov 15 09:16:40 1995
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: Kenneth Herron <[email protected]>
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.bio.botany,sci.bio.ecology,sci.bio.fisheries,sci.bio.misc,sci.engr.civil,sci.geo.geology,sci.geo.hydrology,sci.geo.meteorology,sci.geo.oceanography
Subject: RESULT: sci.geo.rivers+lakes passes 173:18
Supersedes: <[email protected]>
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                                RESULT
         unmoderated group sci.geo.rivers+lakes passes 173:18

sci.geo.rivers+lakes results - 191 valid votes

 Yes  No  | 2/3 >100 | Pass | Group
---- ---- | --- ---- | ---- | -------------------------------------------
 173   18 | Yes  Yes |  Yes | sci.geo.rivers+lakes
   3 abstaining votes and 5 invalid votes

A five day discussion period follows this announcement.  If no
serious allegations of voting irregularities are raised, the
moderator of news.announce.newgroups will create the group shortly
thereafter.

Newsgroups line:
sci.geo.rivers+lakes	Science of rivers and lakes.

Voting closed at 23:59:59 UTC, 14 Nov 1995.

This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.  Questions about
this proposal should be directed to the proponent.

Proponent: Jeffrey Trust <[email protected]>
Mentor:    Ilana Stern <[email protected]>
Votetaker: Kenneth Herron <[email protected]>

CHARTER: sci.geo.rivers+lakes

sci.geo.rivers+lakes is an unmoderated Usenet newsgroup for the
discussion of the geology, biology, and other aspects of the scientific
study of rivers, lakes, and other inland freshwater bodies.  This
newsgroup will serve as a place for members of the scientific community,
and others interested, to discuss:  1) the geologic processes related to
rivers and lakes, 2) climatology, as it is related to rivers and lakes,
to include such topics as water supply and flooding, 3) biologic issues,
as they relate to rivers and lakes, to include such topics as wildlife,
forest, and human ecology, 4) engineering issues, as related to rivers
and lakes, to include such topics as the effects of human modification
(e.g., dams, revetments, and channelization), 6) drainage basin
management, to include such topics as stream, estuary, and wetlands
protection and restoration, and 7) other topics not mentioned above, but
that have scientific relevance to rivers, lakes, and other inland
freshwater bodies.

END CHARTER.


UseVote 3.0 Vote Acknowledge - (c) 1993,94 Ron Dippold
  Don't forget to 'uvdup' to get rid of duplicates first!
sci.geo.rivers+lakes Final Voter list

Voted YES
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[email protected]                                               Mark Loaney
[email protected]                                          Lachlan Cranswick
[email protected]                                                 Tony Barr
[email protected]                                       Robert LeBlanc
[email protected]                                      Andrew Brooks
[email protected]                                   Murray Peel
[email protected]                                           jason bradbury
[email protected]                                   Barbara Robson
[email protected]                                  adrian chantler
[email protected]                                           Nigel Allen
[email protected]                                           Colin Leech
[email protected]                                 Patrick Doyon
[email protected]                                                     Norm Smith
[email protected]                                                             John
[email protected]                                                 J.W.Jones
[email protected]                                              James McGarry
[email protected]
[email protected]                                         J.Andrew Geggie
[email protected]                                          Jean-Luc LOIZEAU
[email protected]                                                Mark A. Williamson
[email protected]                                                    Michael Mark
[email protected]                                                       Wm Biesele
[email protected]                   Robert T. Brooks
[email protected]m
                                                                  Brennan Smith
[email protected]                                                      Dave Cell
[email protected]                                            Philip M. Bunch
[email protected]                                                  Mike Northam
[email protected]                                            Cheryl Johnson
[email protected]                                                      Tad Slawecki
[email protected]                                        Henry L. Griffith
[email protected]                                        Michael Donoghue
[email protected]                                           Kathleen Cooper
[email protected]                                                 Daniel Putz
[email protected]                                      Ronald F. Kilmartin
[email protected]                                                Ken Nelson
[email protected]                                               Mark Odegard
[email protected]                                               Kim DeVaughn
[email protected]                                                  John C. Poyser
[email protected]                                           Kent Paul Dolan
[email protected]                                             Mark W. Kernodle
[email protected]                                                      J.L. McNey
[email protected]                                           Bernard N. Guirey
[email protected]                                                  Coralie J. Allen
[email protected]                                             Wayne T Hally
[email protected]                                                 Dave Mayers
[email protected]                                        Carol Helene Pease
[email protected]                                              Dirk D. Miller
list-votes@dream.hb.north.de                                   Martin Schr"oder
rvollbr@uni-goettingen.de                                   Ruediger Vollbrecht
tom@dina.foulum.min.dk                                               Ton Jensen
atkinsj@alleg.EDU                                                   Josh Atkins
tiller@asu.edu                                                 Ronald L. Tiller
gouldw@taimyr.colorado.edu                                        William Gould
demkot@lamar.ColoState.EDU                                     Timothy M. Demko
melannie@NREL.ColoState.EDU                                 Melannie D. Hartman
martyq@ldgo.columbia.edu                                        Martin Fleisher
cls48@columbia.edu                                                Chris Stamper
hbgeo002@louie.csun.edu                                           Jeffrey Trust
jhango@osiris.ac.hmc.edu                                           Jennie Hango
dmb1@axe.humboldt.edu                        Danny Boiano dmb1@axe.humboldt.edu
john@iastate.edu                                                   john hascall
wkdodds@ksu.ksu.edu                                                Walter Dodds
mdg@MIT.EDU                                                       Matt Greenman
cummins_hays@msmail.muohio.edu                                     Hays Cummins
bowden@geog.niu.edu                                           Kenneth L. Bowden
hyeddy@hydra.cche.olemiss.edu                                Eddy J. Langendoen
grant@fsl.orst.edu                                              Gordon E. Grant
chend@ucs.orst.edu                                                     Don Chen
jthomas@skidmore.EDU                                             John J. Thomas
rrigon@acs.tamu.edu                                              Riccardo Rigon
tjswift@ucdavis.edu                                                   Ted Swift
JPVI@gnv.ifas.ufl.edu                                          Joao Paulo Viana
panfil@dogwood.botany.uga.edu                                     Steven Panfil
wsnyder@UH.EDU                                                  W. Scott Snyder
lam@astro.physics.uiowa.edu                                        Larry Molnar
vern@uxh.cso.uiuc.edu                                              Vernon Knapp
blarson@neptune.sws.uiuc.edu                                         Bob Larson
mwdaniel@uiuc.edu                                               Michael Daniels
brad@braids.geo.umn.edu                                   Allen Bradshaw Murray
hetrick@umr.edu                                               Robert D. Hetrick
gjd1@selway.umt.edu                                                Glenna Drake
mdixon@selway.umt.edu                                  Mark Dixon, U of Montana
london@sunsite.unc.edu                                          Lawrence London
gaudetj@UNCWIL.EDU                                               Jocelyn Gaudet
cfrederick@mail.utexas.edu                                 Charles D. Frederick
mmm7n@darwin.clas.virginia.edu                             Mary Margaret Muller
AGENGS11@VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU                                       Shreeram Inamdar
swaterma@u.washington.edu                                         SARA WATERMAN
tbranham@mm.wellesley.edu                                           Tom Branham
juan.soria@edit.es                                            Juan Miguel Soria
jri@cs.hut.fi                                                 Jyrki Riikinsaari
ferenc%ydi.vtt.fi@ydi.vtt.fi                                  Me'sza'ros Ferenc
Juha.Riihimaki@vtt.fi                                            Juha Riihimaki
Heimo.Vepsa@vyh.fi                                                  Heimo Vepsa
lewin@ipgp.jussieu.fr                                                Eric LEWIN
rfinch@dop.water.ca.gov                                             Ralph Finch
matyac@water.ca.gov                                             J. Scott Matyac
BARNWELL@wpoff.ath.epa.gov                              Thomas O. Barnwell, Jr.
dde@lloyd.grl.epa.gov                                       Douglas D. Endicott
eliason@merlin.llnl.gov                                       Donald E. Eliason
eugene@pioneer.arc.nasa.gov                                                 ENM
vogel@gcmd.gsfc.nasa.gov                                        Ronald L. Vogel
cugini@speckle.ncsl.nist.gov                                        John Cugini
lofgren@glerl.noaa.gov                                         Brent M. Lofgren
mobbs@whq.usbm.gov                                                 Philip Mobbs
dadam@mojave.wr.usgs.gov                                          David P. Adam
chauncey@usgs.gov                                          Chauncey W. Anderson
dtsnyder@usgs.gov                                              Daniel T. Snyder
efurlong@usgs.gov                                             Edward T. Furlong
jacobson@usgs.gov                                            Robert B. Jacobson
kegrazul@usgs.gov                                               Kevin E. Grazul
mbrigham@usgs.gov                                               Mark E. Brigham
mckenney@usgs.gov                                                 Rose McKenney
mfbecker@usgs.gov                 Mark F Becker, Hydrologist, Oklahoma City, OK
mmartini@usgs.gov                                               Marinna Martini
mueller@usgs.gov                                               David K. Mueller
ssumioka@usgs.gov                      Steve S Sumioka, Hydrologist, Tacoma, WA
tcuffney@usgs.gov                                             Thomas F. Cuffney
whickman@usgs.gov                                             R. Edward Hickman
MATTHUSENA@YMV5.YMP.GOV                                     August C. Matthusen
rusmin@rad.net.id                                                   Rusmin Noer
freeman@moroni.wes.army.mil                                     Gary E. Freeman
evans@theBorg.wes.army.mil                                            Bob Evans
mark@odyssey.bei.net
cmiller@bei.net                           Craig W. Miller, Utah Div. Water Res.
shag@emanon.net                                                    Dan Birchall
murrayf@internode.net                                              Murray Fitch
bright@li.net                                                     Thomas Wilson
dhartung@mcs.net                                                    Dan Hartung
clark@olympus.net                                                  Welden Clark
jimbone@speed.net                                                      Jim Bone
heinrich@tyrell.net                                                    heinrich
dave@zen.win-uk.net                                         dave@zen.win-uk.net
F.vLuijn@RIZA.RWS.minvenw.nl                                       F. van Luijn
rsb@reclus.nhh.no                                                  Roger Bivand
BJERKE@nhl-serv-1.nhl.sintef.no                               Per Ludvig Bjerke
CARSTENS@nhl-serv-1.nhl.sintef.no                              Torkild Carstens
Atle.Harby@nhl.sintef.no                                             Atle Harby
einar.tesaker@nhl.sintef.no                                       Einar Tesaker
Elisabeth.Hovdahl@nhl.sintef.no                               Elisabeth Hovdahl
Kjetil.A.Vaskinn@nhl.sintef.no                                   Kjetil Vaskinn
Klemet.Godtland@nhl.sintef.no                                   Klemet Godtland
Morten.Skoglund@nhl.sintef.no                                   Morten Skoglund
Nils.R.Olsen@nhl.sintef.no                                Nils Reidar Boe Olsen
sjur.kolberg@nhl.sintef.no                                         Sjur Kolberg
ka@grana.ivb.unit.no                                             Knut Alfredsen
Aslak.Lovoll@ivb.unit.no                                           Aslak Lovoll
Lars.Jenssen@ivb.unit.no                                           Lars Jenssen
Lars.Risholt@ivb.unit.no                                           Lars Risholt
schmidt@civl.canterbury.ac.nz                                    Nathan Schmidt
millern@poly.waiariki.ac.nz                                         Nick Miller
dcanning@igc.apc.org                                         Douglas J. Canning
bodo@io.org                                                          BYRON BODO
jonboy@io.org                                                    Trevor Tymchuk
adb@herboid.reptiles.org                                         Anthony DeBoer
kv@chist.user.pu.ru                                    Dr. Kirill V. Chistyakov
ba2319140@v9001.ntu.ac.sg                                          ChengAnn Tan
mbhsl@seqnet.dl.ac.uk                                            Hans J Sluiman
D.Savic@exeter.ac.uk                                               Dragan Savic
e_gs18@mail.nerc-murchison.ac.uk                                     Russ Evans
FC@wpo.nerc.ac.uk                                               Fergus Charlton
JLAL@wpo.nerc.ac.uk                                                 Juliet Long
JTS@wpo.nerc.ac.uk                                                    Jim Smith
KLSY@wpo.nerc.ac.uk                                                   Kay Symes
MSW@wpo.nerc.ac.uk                                              Melanie Warwick
PDAR@wpo.nerc.ac.uk                                            Patrick Armitage
WarrenK@kovcomp.demon.co.uk                                       Warren Kovach
colin.paice@paston.co.uk                                            Colin Paice
david.robertson@zetnet.co.uk                                 David S. Robertson
ClarkKe@ci.boulder.co.us                                              Ken Clark
sorrell@deq.state.mi.us                                             Ric Sorrell
MACKINNW@wildlife.dnr.state.mi.us                          William A. MacKinnon

Voted NO
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kmitchel@direct.ca                                               Kevin Mitchell
H2OEngr@aol.com
stainles@bga.com                                                   Dwight Brown
stick@escalade.com                                                   John Stick
jrm@globalvillag.com                                      John R. MacWilliamson
catseye@netcom.com                                               Mark Kupferman
schorsch@pz-oekosys.uni-kiel.d400.de                             Georg Hoermann
tlawson@email.univpubs.american.edu                              Todd C. Lawson
ryang@gwis2.circ.gwu.edu                                        G. Patrick Ryan
pyld@grove.iup.edu                                            Matthew Schnierle
patl@lcs.mit.edu                                            Patrick J. LoPresti
rick@bcm.tmc.edu                                                 Richard Miller
smarry@turing.toronto.edu                                          Smarasderagd
lancec@cats.ucsc.edu                                                 Lance Chun
dkirscht@moose.uvm.edu                                          David Kirschtel
widenius@cc.helsinki.fi                                          Risto Widenius
jmwilk@usgs.gov                                                   Jim Wilkinson
csaamw@urc.tue.nl                                                Michiel Wijers

Abstained
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jan.coekelberghs@ping.be                                       Jan Coekelberghs
crouchkp@flidh101.delcoelect.com                               Kenneth P Crouch
mmt@RedBrick.COM                                                  M Mike Taksar

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tblake@tibalt.supernet.ab.ca                                         Tony Blake
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Jean-Daniel_Bourgault@INRS-EAU.UQuebec.CA                 Jean-Daniel Bourgault
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ssinha@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu                                             S. Sinha
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schroder@usgs.gov             LeRoy J Schroder II, Supv Hydrologist, Denver, CO
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