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Dlrlctoro The Science ~d Environmental PolIw ProJe~. Founa~tlonfunded, independent research pro~ect to cletermlne how science Is used--or misueKI--In formulating federal envlronment&l policy.

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FRED SINGER, Ph.D. 2101 W~lson and, Suite 1003, Arlington VA 22201 (703) 527 0131 • FAX: (703) 278-2673 POSITIONS HEI.Z): 1988 - 1989 - 1987-1989 1971 - 1970-1971 1967-1970 1964-Ig67 1982-19~4 1953-1982 1946-1950 Dlrlctoro The Science ~d Environmental PolIw ProJe~. Founa~tlon- funded, independent research pro~ect to cletermlne how science Is used--or misueKI--In formulating federal envlronment&l policy. Dletlngulshed Rtsear~h Professor, Institute for 8pece Science and Technology, GaJnssville, FL. Principal investigator, Cosmic Dust/Orbjtat Debds Pro]act. Chief S¢ientllt, U,8. Department of TreneliOrtttion. Also: De0uty Admini- strator, Relearctl led Special Programs Administration; Chairman, Research and Development Council; Chaired. Navigation Council, Profaeeor of Environmental $clermee, Unlveralty of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA, Planetary science: global environmental issues (acid rain, greenhouse warming, ozone {lepletlon); cost-benefit analysis: oil and energy (economics a~d public policy]; economic and envlmnmen~ impacts ot population growth. Oeputy Axxistant Admlnlatrator (Policy), U.S, Environmental Protection Agency. Also, chaired Intersgency Work Group ot~ Environmental Implctl el the Supersonic Transport. Deputy Al~lltant 8e~'etary (Water Quality and ReefeR), U.8. Depart- meet of the Interior. Also, Integrated 8tmosphericJ0ceanographic activities within ~e Department. (Re) Dean of the Sohool of Environmental and Planatmy 8cience=, Univerllty of Miami, Coral Gables, FL ExpeJ~de~ the oceanographic ins~tute and addKI departments of atmospheric sciences and geophysics. (Ftmt) Direotor, National W~amer Balellite Canter (now part of NOAA), U.8. Department of Commeme. E~tat~ish~ operational systems for remote sen=leg ~ncl for management of mmosphere, ocean, anti lan~ surface dxt=. Director, Center for Atmospheric and Spe~e Phy~loe, end Pr04mor 04 Phy=lo=, Univoralty of IdafyllrKI, College Perk, MD. Experiments, lhoo~y, ~nd publP.ations on rocket end ~telllte techn~ogy, remote sensing, comic ray~, radiation belts, megnetoephere, the Moor~. meteorites, generaJ rels~vity. R~mh Physlol~t, Upper Atmosphere Rocket Program, Johns Hapkln~ Uniwrllty Applild Physics Ltbor|tory, Silver Spring, MD. Cosmic my, ozone, ~ Ionosphere research with rockels. TI10841121
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VISITING POSITIONS: S, FRED SINGER--Page 2 199~-93 Distinguished V~eiting Fallow, The Hoover Institution, Stanford, CA, Environments] policy anti econ0m¢c impacts. Guest 8choler, Woadrow Wilson International Center for Scholar=, at lhe • gmithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.U.$, space policy Guest Scholar, National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. Earty history of rocket and space science. 191~4- 87 visiting Emlnsm 8¢11olar, G~o~ge Ms=on University, FaJrfax, VA. Public policy a~lySiS on nature] resources, environment, ctlrnate effects, strategic dare, Be, space tr&vel, 1982-83 ~enlor Fellow, The Hertlege Foundation, Washington. D.C. Natural resoum- es policy:, oll IXlCe forecasts. 1978 (First) Bid Richard=on Professor, Lyndon Balnes Johnson School for Public Alfatf=, Unlver~ty of Texas, Austin, "r'x, Stu¢le,~ of manned explora- tion of Mats and Manlsn moons. 1972 U.8. National Academy of Scien=e= Exchange Scholar, Soviet Academy of Soleno~= Institute/or Phyai(',= or ths Earth. Moscow, U&SR 1971 Federal Executive Fellow, Thl Brooldnge Institution, Washington, D.C. Coat-benefit anaJysie of ~vlronment~l regulation. 1961-62 Visiting Scle~ilt, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, C~I Tech, Pasadena, CA. Research and publications on planetary atmospheres. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (Partial List): National Advl~ow Committee on Oc~=ne and Atmospheres--Vice Chairman and member, 198|-1988. White House Office of Science and Technology Policy--Acid Rain Panel and consultant. 1982-1987. U.S. Dept. of 8t~le Science ACAsory Boam (Oceans. Environment, Science), 1982-1987. White House Psn~ o~ U.S.-Br~zil .~¢ience a~¢l Technology Exchange, 18B7. U.S. Department of Energy Nuclear Wute Panel, 1984. NASA 8p~ce Applications Advlsocy Committee, 1983-1985. Governor of Vlrglnl~ Ta~k Force on Transportation, 1975. Con~u~nt, at various times, to tl~e Federal government--House Select Committee on Spa~e, GAO, OTA, NSF, DOE, N~SA, AEC, Tm==Jfy (Secy. Win. Simon), rbOD (Strategic Defense state govemments--Alask¢ Pannsyiv~nll, Virginia; and indu=lrlM, Includng GE, Forcl, GM, EXXON, Shell, Unocsl. Sun OII, ARCO, Lockheed. Mc,'tln-Marietta, McDonnell-DouglaS, IBM. ~;[y.J~o~y_.Edi~;~: Rlgulat/on (CATO Instltutel. Env/ronmema/Conservation (EIsevter), Env/mnmental Geo/ogy (Springer), The World & / (Wssh;ngton Times Corp.). EDUCATION: B.E.E, (Electrics] Englne~lng), Ohio State University A,M.. Ph.D.(Physics), Princeton University. T110841122
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S. FRED SINGER--Page 3 MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS: First measurements, with V-2 ~d AeroD~ rockets, of primaw cosmic mdiadon in s~ (with James A. V~ ~I~, Dlsco~, ~th mcket-~orne ma~et~eter, of equatorial ~trojet cu~nt in the i~osphem (1~8). C=~Ia~ ~ ~ic ray e~ on mete~tes, foiled by flint me~ummems ~ ~eir ~es (1952). ~gn of Minimum O~lt= Unm~n~ 8=~11~ (MOUSE), (1952-1=54). D~n of sensing insvumen~ for MOUSE, i~lu~ng ~e flr~ lns~mem for me~u~g 8tmt~erlc ozo~ (195~, ~w In use In the Nimb~ ~llite, Rmt p~li~ti~s foree8~ing ~e ~isten~ of tipped radla~on in the ~'s ma~e~c ~eld belts, IKter dis¢~ W Van Alan) to expl=n the m~n~lc-~orm ~ng ~rrent (1958). Design or ~e nlgh-e~ltude FARSIDE rocket, to sesrch for ~omag~ti~ly tmp~d maistion (195~. C~re the~ for ~e o~gin of the Mo~ ~ ~ ~e Median ~telllt~. Ph~os ~d D~mos (lg~), Design study of M~i~ explom~n by ~y of a m~ned b~e on Ph~imos (Ph-D Proje=) Rrst ~lati~ of ~a~ ~c~ due t0 pogul~ion gm~ ~d I~ ~ on the (1971). P~digm # CFC-=mtosp~re e~, ~ile d~d in ~n~tion ~ntro~my, It Is n~ of Imp~ance for ~h gr~nhouse ~ing end ~one ~gl~ion ~. Theow ~r the ~h=~or ~ ~r~ ~1 pdces, ~O prediction in 1980 of the pdce coll~se of 1983, Die.yeW of ~b~lng ~b~= =ou~, using instrum~ts on the LDEF sstelli~e (19~). HONORS: Special Commendation from ~ Wttlte Houae (Pre~ Elsenl~ow~r) for e~y d~lgn satellit~; ~r drsfllng In 1954 ~e msolmtons on satell~ for tU~. URSI, ~d the International G~ph~i~ Yem, ~e=~ to ~e Int~on~ ~demy ~ ~tron~U~= (P~=). U.S. De~ent of Commerce G~d Medal Award ~ (FIr=~ 8cle~e Medal fr~ the Bdffsh Inte~lan~ Sel~ ~ o~ of T~ O==~lng Y~ng Men In the Un~d ~mmwr~ Honora~ O~o~e ~ Selene ~om ~0 ~te Unl~l~ (1970). E~=~ Fello~ A~d~n ~tlon ~r the ~a~ment ~ ~ce ~S), Amer~n Geo~l Union, ~n P~I~I Socl~, ~ Institute ~r E~=~ to the ~ ~u~ll: ~mm~ on Cou~l Affaim, Phi ~m ~ N=~onM L~~p~ 1~1. Mem~lp In h~omw ~, Including T~ ~t~ Pi, Eta Ust~ in ~o's ~o in ~et~ ~an ~n of S~ence, ~=. T!10841123
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$. FRED SINGER--Pegs 4 MILITARY SERVICE: U.S. NI, vy--Mlne warMrl and countsrmusurgs, design of electronic computer. 1944-1946. U,8. Air Force Reserve, 1950-1953, PUBUCATIONS/MEDIA: Books ~nd Monographs (P=II=I List) Manned Labotatott~ In 8pace (Reldel, 1970]; Is Them an Optimum Level ot Population? (MoQre.w-Hi]l, 1971); The Changing Global Environment (Rekl~l, 1975}; Arid Zone opmen! (B~lilnger, 1977}; Economic Effects of Demographic Changes (Joint Economic Committee, U.S. Congress, 1977); Cost-Benefit Analysis in Environmental Deci~'onmaking (Mitre Cotp, 1979); Enm.gy 0N.H. Freem~n, 1979); The Price of World Oil (Annual Reviews Energy, Vol. 8, 1983); File Market Energy (Unlvlrse Books, 1984~; Ofl Pollcy In a Changing Market (Annual Reviews of Energy, Vol. 12, 1987); The Ocean In Human Affairs (Partv30n House, 1989); The Universe and Its Origin: From Ancient Myths to Present Reali~ and Future Fantasy (Parsgon House, 19~O); Glcdmi Climate Change: Human and Nefural Influence~ (Pm'agon House, 1990). More than 400 technic~l publications in scientific, economics, and publk~ policy JoumalL More than 200 a.'tlcles and editorials in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times. Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Washington TTmes, Chicago Tribune, Newsday, Ctevetand Plain Oealet, Newsweek. New Republic, National ReWew, Readers' Digest, and other i~ublications. News Madle Featured in 77me, Life, ~,S. News & Wodd Report Agpes~ on ARC NlghtJine, NBC TODAY Show, PBS MacNell-Lehrer News Hour, CB~ Nlghtw~tch, CNN, C-SPAN, an¢l other televised new= end discussion programs, Numerous radio Inter/lewd. OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES: 1977 1891 1~81 1974 1975 1988 1992 lg93 lg93 - Board of Directors, AMREP Corp. (NYSE), New York City - Boar¢l of Directors. Pstmnt Enforcement FLmd, Inc., Soutl~port CT - Board of Director~, EXCELCO Energy, In¢,, Tul~. OK - Intern~lonal Scientific Advisory Bo=d, Welzrnann Institute of Seance, Israel. - International BOl~U'd of Governors, The Hebrew Unlvemlty of Jerus~sm, Israel. - Executive Committee. Ne~tJon=l Committee on Amedcan Foreign Policy, New Yo~. - 80srd of Trustees. ISST (Institute for Sp=c~ S¢len¢~ & Technology), Q~Jnesvllle Ft - Bo=~¢~ o1' Advisors, ECO (Environmental Conservation Org~niz=t~on), Maywoo¢l tL - Board of GOvernors. IC~IE (Interr~tlonsl Centre for Sct=ntlfic Ecology), Pads TI10841124

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