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Natural Attenuation for Groundwater Remediation B Presenters at the Committee’s Information-Gathering Meetings Meeting 1 (November 6-7, 1997) Representatives of Study-Sponsoring Organizations Bruce Bauman, American Petroleum Institute Tim Buscheck, Chevron Corp. Herb Buxton, U.S. Geological Survey Cliff Casey, U.S. Navy Steve Golian, Department of Energy John Kniess, Oxygenated Fuels Association Ken Lovelace, Environmental Protection Agency Ira May, U.S. Army Environmental Center David Mentall, Chemical Manufacturers’ Association Tom Nichloson, Nuclear Regulatory Commission Ellen Raber, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory David Rice, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Katie Sweeney, National Mining Association Meeting 2 (March 12-13, 1998) Representatives of Community Environmental Groups Diane Heminway, Citizens’ Environmental Coalition Marylia Kelly, Tri-Valley Citizens Against a Radioactive Environment Penny Newman, Concerned Neighbors in Action Florence Robinson, North Baton Rouge Environmental Association
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Natural Attenuation for Groundwater Remediation Suzi Ruhl, Legal Environmental Assistance Foundation Lenny Siegel, Pacific Studies Center Experts on Methyl tert-Butyl Ether and Leaking Underground Fuel Tanks Edwin Bechkenbach, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Anne Happel, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Joseph Odencrantz, Tri-S Environmental Meeting 3 (June 1-2, 1998) Developers of Protocols for Natural Attenuation Norman Novick, Mobil Oil Co. Keith Piontek, Forester Group Todd Wiedemeier, Parsons Engineering Science, Inc. Mansour Zakikhani, Waterways Experiment Station Regulators and Consultants Involved in Implementing Protocols Ravi Arulanantham, California Water Quality Control Board Bill Brandon, Environmental Protection Agency, Region I Terry Evanson, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Mark Ferrey, Minnesota Polution Control Agency David Major, Beak Consultants Meeting 4 (September 9-11, 1998) Researchers Investigating Natural Attenuation of Metals and Radionuclides David Blowes, University of Waterloo Patrick Brady, Sandia National Laboratory Patrick Longmire, Los Alamos National Laboratory
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