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Publications are listed in alphabetical order.
Keith Crane, Roger Cliff, Evan S. Medeiros, James C. Mulvenon, William H. Overholt
Laura H. Baldwin, John A. Ausink, Nancy Nicosia
Paul K. Davis, Jonathan Kulick, Michael Egner
Kristin F. Lynch, John G. Drew, Robert S. Tripp, Charles Robert Roll, Jr.
Kristin F. Lynch, John G. Drew, David W. George, Robert S. Tripp, Charles Robert Roll, Jr., James A. Leftwich
Obaid Younossi, David E. Stem, Mark A. Lorell, Frances M. Lussier
Peter Ellis, Paul Killingsworth, Timothy M. Bonds, Daniel M. Norton, Peter Hirneise
Lloyd Dixon, Chad Shirley, Laura H. Baldwin, John A. Ausink, Nancy F. Campbell
Mahyar A. Amouzegar, Robert S. Tripp, Ronald G. McGarvey, Edward W. Chan
Albert A. Robbert, Steve Drezner, John E. Boon, Jr., Lawrence M. Hanser, Craig Moore, Lynn Scott, Herb Shukiar
Evan S. Medeiros, Roger Cliff, Keith Crane, James C. Mulvenon
Mark A. Lorell, John C. Graser, Cynthia R. Cook
Edward G. Keating, Don Snyder, Matthew C. Dixon, Elvira N. Loredo