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B Information-Gathering Meetings Presentations Given During First Committee Meeting (April 1 1-12, 2000, Richland, Washington) Background (Gerald Boyd, Deputy Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Energy [DOE], Office of Science and Technology [via telephone]) Hanford Site history (Roy Gephart, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory [PNNL]) Hanford Site vision and future (Mike Thompson, Acting Program Manager, GroundwaterNadose Zone Office, DOE Richland) Overview of the Groundwater/\/adose Zone Integration Project (Michael Graham, Bechtel Hanford) Overview of the Hanford Site science and technology (S&T) program (Mark Freshley and John Zachara, PNNL) Overview of the activities of the Integration Program Expert Panel (IPEP) (Ed Berkey, Concurrent Technologies Corporation, IPEP Chair) Comments from stakeholders, regulators, and Tribal Nations Presentations Given During Second Committee Meeting (June 28-3O, 2000, Richland, Washington) What is the end-state vision for the Hanford Site, and what decisions need to be made to achieve this vision? (Harry Boston, DOE Richland; Mike Hughes, Bechtel-Hanford) Discussion of R&D needs and S&T plan (John Zachara and Mark Freshley, PNNL) Comments from stakeholders, regulators, and Tribal Nations 168

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169 Information-Gathering Meetings Presentations Given During Third Committee Meeting (September 6-8, 2000, Richland, Washington) River, groundwater-river interface, and risk (Roger Dirkes, Amoret Bunn, Integration Project [IPl) Characterization of systems and inventory (includes inventory, monitoring, characterization, and data management) (Bruce Ford, Charley Kincaid, IP) System Assessment Capability: Definition and development and description of current activities and future plans (Bob Bryce, IP) Comments from stakeholders, regulators, and Tribal Nations Field Trip to Hanford Site (Wednesday, September 6, 2000) Gab/e Mountain: Geology-Hydrogeology Nuclear fuel cycle, operations, and waste disposal history Cleanup plans 100-H Area: Decontamination and decommissioning (D&D); environmental restoration activities; Columbia River and salmon spawning grounds. 100 D Area: Chromium plume and in situ red ox passive barrier 100 N Area: . . Strontium-90 plume and treatment operations Field Lysimeter Test Facility Z trenches (carbon tetrachloride site) SX Tank Farm Environmental Restoration Disposal Facility (ERDF) (Hanford sand facies and elastic dikes) B. BX, and BY Tank Farms (single shell) BY Cribs (200-BP-1 ) Hanford Engineered Barrier (Hanford Cap) Vadose zone transport field study site (Sisson and Lu site) and ILAW

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170 Science and Technology for Environmental Cleanup Presentation Given During Fourth Committee Meeting (November 1-3, 2000, Irvine, California) Update on the integration project (Michael Graham, Bechtel Hanford; Mark Freshley, PNNL) Fifth Committee Meeting (January 18-19, 2001, Irvine, California) No presentations were given at this meeting. Presentations Given During Sixth Committee Meeting (March 28-30, 2001, Washington, D.C.) Integration Project update (Michael Graham, Bechtel Hanford) S-SX field investigations (Tony Knepp, Office of River Protection) Science and technology contributions to S-SX field investigations (John Zachara, PNNL)