Appendix A
Presentations to the Committee

Santa Fe, New Mexico, March 23-24, 2006


Welcome, Mat Johansen, NNSA Los Alamos Site Office


History of LANL, John Rhoades, Bradbury Science Museum


Sitewide Geology of Los Alamos National Laboratory, David Vaniman, LANL


Sitewide Hydrology, Bruce Robinson, LANL-ENV


LANL Groundwater Contaminants: Sources and Transport, David Rogers, LANL-ENV


DOE Request for Specific Questions to Be Addressed by NAS, Mat Johansen, NNSA Los Alamos Site Office


Public comments


Groundwater Monitoring at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Armand Groffman, LANL


Groundwater Data Adequacy Project, Ardyth Simmons, LANL-ENV


Control of Groundwater Contamination Sources, David Rogers, LANL-ENV


Evaluation and Decision Making for Radionuclides at Environmental Restoration Sites, Danny Katzman, LANL


Perspectives on this Study from the Northern New Mexico Citizens’ Advisory Board, J.D. Campbell, NNMCAB


Perspectives on this Study from the San Ildefonso Pueblo, Neil Weber, San Ildefonso Pueblo


Perspectives on this Study from the New Mexico Environment Department, James Bearzi, NMED


Public comments


Santa Fe and Los Alamos, New Mexico, May 16-18, 2006


Improving LANL’s Groundwater Monitoring and Analysis Program, Robert Gilkeson, Registered Geologist


Overview of the LANL Consent Order, James Bearzi, NMED


Summary of LANL Groundwater Issues of Regulatory Importance, James Bearzi, NMED


A Brief History of Drilling for the Hydrogeologic Workplan at LANL, Dave Broxton, LANL


Vadose Zone Hydrology of the Pajarito Plateau, Brent Newman and Kay Birdsell, LANL


Sources of Deep Groundwater Contamination, Danny Katzman, LANL


Review of documents to be provided to the NAS panel, DOE/LANL Staff


Comments from the Northern New Mexico Citizens’ Advisory Board, J.D. Campbell, NNMCAB


Public comments


San Ildefonso Pueblo Site Visit


LANL Site Visit



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Plans and Practices for Groundwater Protection at the Los Alamos National Laboratory: Final Report Appendix A Presentations to the Committee Santa Fe, New Mexico, March 23-24, 2006 Welcome, Mat Johansen, NNSA Los Alamos Site Office History of LANL, John Rhoades, Bradbury Science Museum Sitewide Geology of Los Alamos National Laboratory, David Vaniman, LANL Sitewide Hydrology, Bruce Robinson, LANL-ENV LANL Groundwater Contaminants: Sources and Transport, David Rogers, LANL-ENV DOE Request for Specific Questions to Be Addressed by NAS, Mat Johansen, NNSA Los Alamos Site Office Public comments Groundwater Monitoring at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Armand Groffman, LANL Groundwater Data Adequacy Project, Ardyth Simmons, LANL-ENV Control of Groundwater Contamination Sources, David Rogers, LANL-ENV Evaluation and Decision Making for Radionuclides at Environmental Restoration Sites, Danny Katzman, LANL Perspectives on this Study from the Northern New Mexico Citizens’ Advisory Board, J.D. Campbell, NNMCAB Perspectives on this Study from the San Ildefonso Pueblo, Neil Weber, San Ildefonso Pueblo Perspectives on this Study from the New Mexico Environment Department, James Bearzi, NMED Public comments Santa Fe and Los Alamos, New Mexico, May 16-18, 2006 Improving LANL’s Groundwater Monitoring and Analysis Program, Robert Gilkeson, Registered Geologist Overview of the LANL Consent Order, James Bearzi, NMED Summary of LANL Groundwater Issues of Regulatory Importance, James Bearzi, NMED A Brief History of Drilling for the Hydrogeologic Workplan at LANL, Dave Broxton, LANL Vadose Zone Hydrology of the Pajarito Plateau, Brent Newman and Kay Birdsell, LANL Sources of Deep Groundwater Contamination, Danny Katzman, LANL Review of documents to be provided to the NAS panel, DOE/LANL Staff Comments from the Northern New Mexico Citizens’ Advisory Board, J.D. Campbell, NNMCAB Public comments San Ildefonso Pueblo Site Visit LANL Site Visit

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Plans and Practices for Groundwater Protection at the Los Alamos National Laboratory: Final Report NNMCAB Groundwater forum poster session at Dwayne Smith Auditorium in Los Alamos Santa Fe, New Mexico, August 14-16, 2006 LANL’s Environmental Programs: Overview and Objectives, Andy Phelps, LANL Current Knowledge and Status of Groundwater Protection at LANL: A Framework and Definitions for the Workshop Sessions, Jean Dewart, LANL Public comments RACER: Tools and a Process to Guide Decisions Made About Risk Reduction at Los Alamos National Laboratory, John Till, Risk Assessment Corporation LANL Decision Support Process (LDSP) Description for Groundwater Contaminants, Chris EchoHawk, LANL Invited Perspectives from Northern New Mexico Citizen’s Advisory Board, J.D. Campbell, NNMCAB Invited Perspectives from Pueblo de San Ildefonso, Neil Weber, Pueblo de San Ildefonso Invited Perspectives from Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety, Joni Arends, CCNS Invited Perspectives from Department of Energy, Mat Johansen, DOE Invited Perspectives from Environmental Protection Agency, Richard Mayer, EPA Invited Perspectives from New Mexico Environment Department, James Bearzi, NMED Public comments