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APPENDIX D SYMPOS IUM/WORKSHOP ON CONTAMINATED MARINE SEDIMENTS May 31-June 3, 1988 lithe Harbour Island Hotel Tampa, Florida 813/229- 5000 AGENDA Tuesday. May 31. 1988 (Ballroom II) 0800 Registration (Ballroom II Foyer) 0830 Welcome Address 0845 Session 1 Extent of Contamination _ SYMPOS Itch - 1.1 Superfund and Contaminated Marine Sites 1.2 Status and Trends and HAZMAT Programs 0945 Session 2 Classification of Contaminated Sediments 2.1 AET and Triad Approaches 1030 COFFEE BREAK (Ballroom II Foyer) Kenneth Kamlet, Chairman Christopher Zarba, EPA Andrew Robertson, NOAA Robert Barrick, PTI Edward Long, NOAA 1045 2.2 Equilibrium Partitioning Dominic Di Toro, Manhattan College 2.3 Sediment Bioassays Richard Swartz, EPA 1145 LUNCH (Fletcher Terrace) 1245 Session 3 Significance of Contamination 3.1 Benthic Biota Contamination 3.2 Risks to Human Health and Ecosystem 491 John Scott. SATC Donald Malins, Pacif; Research Foundation
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492 1345 Session 4 Mobilization and Resuspension 4.1 State-of-the-Art Research 4.2 The Long-Term Fate of Contaminants 1445 COFFEE BREAK (Ballroom II Foyer) Peter Sheng, University of Florida Robert Arnold, University of Arizona 1500 Session 5 Assessment and Selection of Remedial Technologies 5.1 5.2 Handling of Contaminated Sediments Management Strategies 5.3 Recent Developments in Equipment John Cullinane, ACOE-WES Michael Palermo, " John Herbich, Texas A&M 5.4 Capping Technology Robert Morton, SAIC 5.5 Remedial Technologies Used at IJC Areas of Concern 5.6 Economic Evaluation of Management Strategies 1745 ADJOURN 1800-1900 Reception (Fletcher Terrace) Wednesday. June 1. 1988 0830 Session 6 Case Studies (Ballroom II) 6.1 New Bedford Harbor, Massachusetts · Overview · Physical Transport Model 0930 6.2 Hudson River, New York · Overview · Sediment Assessment 1030 COFFEE BREAK (Ballroom lI Foyer) 1045 6.3 James River, Virginia Ian Orchard, Environment Canada Thomas Grigalunas and James Opaluch, University of Rhode Island Alan Ikelainen, E.C. Jordan Alan Teeter, ACOE-WES Clifford Rice, Patuxent Wildlife Research Ctr. Richard Bopp, Columbia University Robert Huggett Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences
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493 1130 6.4 Commencement Bay, Washington · Policy Issues · Defining and Assessing Sediments · Remedial Actions 1230 LUNCH (Fletcher Terrace) 1330 7.0 Workgroup Discussion Speaker: WORKSHOP (Ballroom II) 7.1 Workgroup I--Extent, Classification and Significance of Contamination 1730 ADJOURN David Bradley, State of Washington Thomas Ginn, PTI Jerry Ficklin, Simpson Tacoma Kraft Walter Kovalick, Jr. Deputy Director Office of Emergency and Remedial Response, USEPA William Adams, Leader Charles Staples, Rapporteur 1800 Boat Tour to leave from Harbor Island Dock (behind the hotel), return 2000 hours. Thursday. June 2. 1988 0830 7.0 Workgroup Discussion (continued) 7.2 Workgroup II--Assessment and Selection of Remedial Technologies 1200 ADJOURN 1215 LUNCH (Garrison's) 1300 8.0 Committee Discussion 1730 ADJOURN __day. June 3. 1988 COMMITTEE MEETING (Jackson Room) (Committee Members and Liaisons Only) 0830 8.0 Committee Discussion (continued) 1200 ADJOURN John Herbich, Leader Michael Palermo, Rapporteur Kenneth Kamlet Kenneth Kamlet
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