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Data, Methods, and Testimony

Advisors and Other Experts

Population and Sprawl Data

  • U.S. Bureau of the Census
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture
  • Natural Resources Conservation Service

Congressional Voting Records and Legislative Descriptions

  • Library of Congress, Congressional Record, and U.S. House and U.S. Senate websites
  • Rosemary Jenks, J.D. Harvard Law School

Immigration Data

Federal Commissions

Analysis of Sprawl Urban Planning Oversight

Statistical Oversight

Environmental and General Oversight

  • Albert Bartlett, Ph.D., professor emeritus of physics, University of Colorado
  • Betty B. Davis, Ph.D., psychologist
  • Bill Smith, Ph.D., dean, College of Global Economics, EarthNet Institute
  • Craig Diamond, adjunct faculty, environmental studies, Florida State University; technical advisor to the Sierra Club carrying capacity campaign
  • David Pimentel, Ph.D., professor of ecology and agricultural sciences, Cornell University
  • Diana Hull, Ph.D., behavioral scientist, retired, Baylor College of Medicine
  • Edward G. Di Bella, adjunct faculty, Grossmont Community College (CA); president, Friends of Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve
  • George Wolford, Ph.D., president, EarthNet Institute
  • Herbert Berry, Ph.D., retired associate professor of computer information systems, Morehead State University (KY)
  • James G. McDonald, attorney, civil engineer
  • Jeffrey Jacobs, Ph.D., National Academy of Sciences
  • John Bermingham, former Colorado state senator
  • John Rohe, attorney; board, Conservation News Service
  • Linda Thom, retired government budget analyst, Santa Barbara County (CA)
  • Michael Hanauer, member, Vision 2020, growth management project of Lexington, (MA)
  • Ross McCluney, Ph.D., principal research scientist, Florida Solar Energy Center, University of Central Florida
  • Steve Miller, former Las Vegas councilman, Clark County (NV) Regional Transportation Commissioner
  • Stuart Hurlbert, Ph.D., professor of biology, San Diego State University
  • Terry Paulson, Mayor Pro-tem, Aspen (CO) City Council
  • Tom Reitter, Livermore (CA) City Council


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