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Appendix A Workshop Agenda CLEANING UP SITES CONTAMINATED WITH RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP Russian Academy of Sciences, Presidium, Moscow June 4-6, 2007 June  Opening Session Nikolay P. Laverov, Vice President, Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) Frank L. Parker, Vanderbilt University and Representative of the National Academies Andrei B. Malyshev, Deputy Director, Federal Atomic Energy Agency (Rosatom) Norbert Jousten, Executive Director, International Science and Technology Center (ISTC) David N. McNelis, University of North Carolina and Representative of the Russell Family Foundation 21

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21 APPENDIX A Overview Session Chair: Academician Boris F. Myasoyedov, RAS A. M. Agapov, Rosatom: The Enironmental Policy of the Russian Federal Atomic Energy Agency (Rosatom) and Priority Objecties for its Implementation V. V. Shatalov, All-Russian Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Rosatom: Enironmental Protection Aspects of the Federal Targeted Program “Uranium of Russia” A. A. Sarkisov, RAS Nuclear Safety Institute: Remediation of Radioactiely Contaminated Sites as Part of the Strategic Master Plan for Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning S. N. Kalmikov, RAS V. I. Vernadsky, Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry: Radionuclide Speciation for Elaboration of Remediation Methods and Technologies V. I. Velichkin, RAS Institute of Geology of Ore Deposits, Petrography, Mineralogy, and Geochemistry: Ealuation of Radiation Ecology Status Around Russian Nuclear and Radiation Enterprises Based on Landscape-Geochemical Research S. A. Dmitriev, Moscow Joint Environmental-Technological Scientific Research Center for Radioactive Waste Decontamination and Environmental Protection (MosNPO Radon): Comprehensie Resolution of the Problem of Radioactie Waste Management and Rehabilitation of Contaminated Areas in the Moscow Region Case Studies Chair: Vasily I. Velichkin, RAS Case Study 1. V. P. Karamushka, All-Russian Research, Design, and Surveying Institute of Production Technology (VNIPIPT), Rosatom: Lands Damaged as a Result of Uranium Ore Mining Operations in the Russian Federation Review of Report by U.S. Experts: J. H. Clarke and F. L. Parker Discussion

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21 APPENDIX A Case Study 2. Ye. G. Drozhko, Mayak Production Association, Rosatom: Ex- perience in Rehabilitating Contaminated Land and Bodies of Water Around the Mayak Production Association Review of Report by U.S. Experts: B. Looney and F. L. Parker Discussion June  Case Studies (Continued) Chair: Frank L. Parker Case Study 3. V. G. Volkov, Russian Research Center—Kurchatov Institute: Remediation of Contaminated Facilities at the Kurchato Institute Review of Report by U.S. Expert: R. Gephart Discussion Case Study 4. Ye. N. Kamnev, VNIPIPT: Industrial Nuclear Explosion Sites in the Russian Federation: Recoery and Institutional Monitoring Problems Review of Report by U.S. Expert: D. Bradley Discussion Case Studies (Continued) Chair: Academician Ashot A. Sarkisov, RAS Case Study 5. A. P. Vasiliev, International Center for Environmental Safety, Rosatom: The Past, Present, and Future of the Facilities at Andree Bay Review of Report by U.S. Expert: D. Rudolph Discussion Case Study 6. Yu. Ye. Gorlinsky, Russian Research Center—Kurchatov Insti- tute: Enironmental Remediation of Spent Nuclear Fuel and Radioactie Waste Temporary Storage Facilities in Gremikha Village: Challenges and Proposed Solutions Review of Report by U.S. Expert: D. Rudolph Discussion

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21 APPENDIX A June  ISTC Projects Related to Remediation of Radioactively Contaminated Lands Chair: Waclaw Gudowski, ISTC G. G. Kulikov, ISTC: An Oeriew of ISTC Projects Concerning Problems of Radioactiely Contaminated Land Remediation V. K. Popov, Russian Research Center—Kurchatov Institute: Systems Studies of the Radiation Legacy and the Deelopment of the Informational, Legal, and Regulatory Framework for Post-Rehabilitation Institutional Control, Oersight, and Management of Radiation-Hazard Facilities in the Russian Federation V. I. Torgashov, Scientific Research Institute of Physical and Chemical Problems, Belarus State University: The Cleanup of Radioactiely Contaminated Lands Based on a Nonradioactie Cellulose Technology A. V. Konoplev, Typhoon Research and Production Association, Russian Federal Service of Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring (Rosgidromet): The Deelopment of Meliorant-Sorbent Composition and Production Technology for Remediation of Soils Contaminated with Radionuclides and Forecasting of their Application Effectieness V. A. Kamachev, Khlopin Radium Institute, Rosatom: Decontamination of Soils in Supercritical and Liquid CO2 and in Ozone-Friendly Freon HFC-1a V. V. Toropova, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece: On the Effect of Fe(III) and Cr(III) Hydroxo-Complexes on the Process of Chemical Decontami- nation of Soils Polluted with Cesium and Strontium Radionuclides as a Result of the Chernobyl Accident General Problems of Remediation of Radioactively Contaminated Sites Chair: Sergei M. Vakulovsky, Rosgidromet S. M. Vakulovsky, Typhoon Research and Production Association, Rosgidromet: Areas of the Russian Federation Affected by Radiation Contamination Due to the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Accident V. G. Linnik, RAS V. I. Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry: The Landscape Approach to Remediation of Radioactiely Con- taminated Sites: Deelopment of a Decision Support System for Remediation Management V. Novikov, Russian Research Center—Kurchatov Institute: IIASA Studies of Radioactiity Transfer from Contaminated Sites: The Modeling of Atmospheric

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21 APPENDIX A Transfer from the Russian Far East and Runoff Transfer from the Storage Site at the Kurchato Institute Ye. V. Kvasnikova, RAS and Rosgidromet Institute of Global Climate and Ecol- ogy: An Estimate of the Consequences of Excaation Actiities at Sites of Nuclear Explosions After 0 Years General Problems of Remediation of Radioactively Contaminated Sites (Continued) Chair: Yevgeny N. Kamnev, Rosatom N. K. Shandala, Institute of Biophysics, Federal Medical and Biological Agency: Criteria for Categorizing Territories at Russian Federal Atomic Energy Agency Enterprises Experiencing Chemical and Radioactie Contamination S. V. Mikheikin, MosNPO Radon: The Experience of the Joint Enironmental- Technological Scientific Research Center for Radioactie Waste Decontamination and Enironmental Protection (MosNPO Radon) in Eliminating Radiation- Hazard Facilities and Rehabilitating Contaminated Sites A. I. Rybalchenko, All-Russian Research, Design, and Surveying Institute of Industrial Technology, Rosatom: Rehabilitation of Contaminated Groundwater Layers Near the Mayak Enterprise Using Deep Burial Technology A. M. Sobolev, Research Institute of Atomic Reactors, Rosatom: The Choice of Criteria and Elaboration of Measures Aimed at Remediation of Contaminated Land on the Site of the All-Russian Research Institute of Biological Protection of Plants in Krasnodar Concluding Summaries Nikolay P. Laverov, RAS Frank L. Parker, Vanderbilt University