Second Committee Meeting, February 7–9, 1995. Irvine, California

The following presentation was made to the committee:

The Proposed Nonindigenous Aquatic Organisms Risk Analysis Review Process.

Richard Orr, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health inspection service

At the Port of Long Beach the committee toured The Patriot, a Sea Land container vessel, with Captain Kim Davis and Captain Joseph Delehant, and the ARCO tanker Prudhoe Bay with Captain Jim Morgan. On The Patriot a mud sample from Yokohama, brought on board by the anchor, was taken.

Writing Group Meeting, April 1–3, 1995, Washington, D.C.

Third Committee Meeting, May 15–17, 1995, Duluth, Minnesota

Ballast Water Treatment Technologies Workshop, Part 1

The following presentations were made to the committee: Ozone Treatment.

Michael Walsh, Alten Water Treatment Corporation, Palo Alto, California

Electric Pulse Treatment

Thomas Fox, Center for Advanced Ship Repair and Maintenance, Norfolk, Virginia

Metal Ion Treatment.

John Hayes, Pan-Ionic Ltd., TP Technology plc, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England

Magnetic Water Treatment.

Charles Sanderson, ZMT Industries, Inc., Fort Wayne, Indiana

ET Formula #1 (Modified Bentonite Clay).

Stuart Forrest, E.T. Ventures, L.L.C., Johns Island, South Carolina

The committee took a boat tour of Duluth Harbor to learn about the nonindigenous species problem and control strategies in the Great Lakes Basin.

Monitoring Task Group Meeting, July 17–18, 1995, Washington, D.C.

Implementing Change Task Group Meeting, July 20–22, 1995, Honolulu, Hawaii

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