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This panel is currently composed of the following individuals:
Dr. Kenneth Burnham, Statistician, U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division,
Colorado Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Department of Statistics,
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO. Dr. Burnham is the Assistant Unit Leader for
the Colorado Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. His professional experience is
in statistical design of studies for sampling biological populations, especially for
estimation of population abundance and population dynamics parameters, statistical
inference methods for ecological studies, and data-based modeling of biological
processes; recent emphasis on model selection, assessing model selection uncertainty,
and multi-model inference. Distinguished Statistical Ecologist INTECOL (International
Congress of Ecology); Twentieth Century Distinguished Service Award for Outstanding
Contribution to Environmental Statistics; Member of the American Statistical
Association; The International Biometric Society; Institute of Mathematical Statistics;
The Wildlife Society; Ecological Society of America; former member Editorial Board of
the Ecological Society of America; former Associate Editor of Biometrics.
Dr. N. Scott Urquhart, Research Scientist, Department of Statistics, Colorado State
University, Fort Collins, CO. Dr. Urquhart currently serves as the Director of the
Department's Space-Time Aquatic Resource Modeling and Analysis Program. His
professional experience is in design of ecological indicators and ecological surveys,
environmental statistics, linear models and allied nonparametric methods. He
cooperates closely with EPA's Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program
(EMAP). Editor, Environmental and Ecological Statistics; former Associate Editor,
American Statistician; former President, Biometric Society; Elected Fellow, American
Mr. Thomas Dahl, Wetlands Status and Trends Project Manager, Branch of Habitat
Assessment, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Onalaska, WI.
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In selecting peer reviewers the Service must ensure that the reviewers possess the necessary expertise
and independence from the agency and that they represent the primary disciplines needed to conduct
an authoritative, thorough and unbiased review. Review individuals were selected to represent a
diversity of scientific perspectives relevant to wetlands ecology and management. They include
representatives from other federal and state resource agencies as they possess unique or indispensable
wetlands expertise. Individuals from academia were selected based on their overall experience with a
variety of wetland ecosystems and their ability to provide evaluation of biological plausibility.
The Service will solicit letter reviews from experts as this is more expeditious and practicable than
convening a panel of experts or contracting for peer review. Individual letter reviews are also more
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