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B List of Presentations September 9, 1998 Opening Remarks by DOE, Gerald Boyd, DOE-Office of Environmental Management (EM); Roland Hirsch, DOE-Office of Energy Research (ER) Overview of the EM Science Program, Mark Gi Ibertson, DOE-EM; Roland Hirsch, DOE-ER Overview of the DOE Complex and Subsurface Contamination Prob/ems, Tom Hicks, Savannah River Site Overview of the EM Science Program Portfolio Directed at Subsurface Contamination Prob/ems, Tom Wi 11 lams, Idaho Engi neeri ng and Environmental Laboratory Other R&D Work in EM Focused on Subsurface Contamination Prob/ems, Tom Hicks, Savannah River Site November 10, 1998 Update on EM Science Program Budget, Mark Gilbertson, DOE-EM Subsurface Contamination Prob/ems at the Savannah River Site, Tom Temples, DOE-Savannah River Subsurface Contamination Prob/ems at the Oak Ridge Site, Gary Hartman and Paula Kirk, Oak Ridge Site December 15, 1998 Subsurface Contamination Prob/ems at the Nevada Test Site, Robert Bangerter, DOE-Nevada Operations Office Subsurface Contamination Prob/ems at the Idaho Site, Tom Williams Tom Wood, Tom Stoops, Bob Smith, Annette Schafer, Idaho Engineering and Environmental Laboratory Subsurface Contamination Prob/ems at the Hanford Site, Roy Gephart, John Zachara, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory A p p e n d i x B 139

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January 2S, 1999 Update on EM Science Program, Gerald Boyd, DOE-EM; Mark Gilbertson, DOE-EM; Roland Hirsch, DOE-Office of Science (SC) EM Science Program Opportunities and Challenges in Subsurface Research: A View from Environmenta/ Management Advisory Board (EMABJ, Fran k Parker, Vanderbi It U n iversity, EMAB Science Committee Chair Research Programsin the U.S.Geo/ogica/Survey(USGSJ,Marylo Baedecker, USGS Research Programs in the U.S. Environmenta/ Protection Agency (EPAJ, Lee Mu I key, EPA Research Programs in the U.S. Department of Energy, Skip Chamberlain, DOE-EM and John Houghton, DOE-SC Research Programs in the U. S. Department of Defense, B red I ey S m ith, Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program May 6, 1999 Update on the EM Science Program and Desired Outcomes of the Committee's Work, Mark Gilbertson, DOE-EM S U B S U R F A C E S C ~ E N C E 140