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00a. EPA/AEHS, 21 March 2017 AM - EPA Workshop: Finding Practical Solutions for the Chlorinated VI Pathway
  
00a. AGENDA - Finding Practical Solutions for the Chlorinated Vapor Intrusion Pathway: Helping RCRA Facilities Meet Significant Challenges: NOTE: These workshop presentations represent the speakers' perspectives and should not be construed to represent EPA determination or policy. View Details
  
00b. Workshop Presenter Bios: Finding Practical Solutions for the Chlorinated Vapor Intrusion Pathway: Helping RCRA Facilities Meet Significant Challenges View Details
  
01. Welcome and Introduction (slides only): Brian Schumacher - U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development (ORD); Henry Schuver - U.S. EPA Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery (ORCR)

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01a. Welcome and Overview (webinar recording - slides and audio): Brian Schumacher - U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development (ORD); Henry Schuver - U.S. EPA Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery (ORCR)

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02. Updates from ORD's Research on Vapor Control Technologies (slides only): Brian Schumacher, John Zimmerman, Rebecca Connell - U.S. EPA ORD; Robert Truesdale - RTI International; Bo Stewart - Praxis Environmental; Chris Lutes  ... View Details
  
02a. Updates from ORD's Research on Vapor Control Technologies (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Brian Schumacher, John Zimmerman, Rebecca Connell - U.S. EPA ORD; Robert Truesdale - RTI International; Bo Stewart - Praxis Environmental; Chris Lutes  ... View Details
  
03. Background on RCRA Corrective Action - Obligations, Limitations & Goals (slides only): Henry Schuver - U.S. EPA Office of Resource Conservation & Recovery (ORCR)

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03a. Background on RCRA Corrective Action - Obligations, Limitations & Goals (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Henry Schuver - U.S. EPA Office of Resource Conservation & Recovery (ORCR)

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04. Evolution of the vapor intrusion conceptual site model (CSM) (slides only): Dave Folkes - Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.

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04a. Evolution of the vapor intrusion conceptual site model (CSM) (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Dave Folkes - Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.

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05. Indicators, Tracers and Surrogates - Why Use Them, Probability Analysis, Definitions and Examples (slides only): Chris Lutes, Chase Holton - CH2M Hill; Jeff Kurtz - Geosyntec Consultants; Robert Truesdale - RTI International

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05a. Indicators, Tracers and Surrogates - Why Use Them, Probability Analysis, Definitions and Examples (webinar recording - slides and audio, Part 1): Chris Lutes, Chase Holton - CH2M Hill; Jeff Kurtz - Geosyntec Consultants; Robert Truesdale - RTI International

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05b. Indicators, Tracers and Surrogates - Why Use Them, Probability Analysis, Definitions and Examples (webinar recording - slides and audio, Part 2): Chris Lutes, Chase Holton - CH2M Hill; Jeff Kurtz - Geosyntec Consultants; Robert Truesdale - RTI International

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06. Statistical Toolbox for RCRA CVI Decisions (slides only): Jeff Kurtz - Geosyntec Consultants; Chris Lutes, Chase Holton - CH2M Hill; Robert Truesdale - RTI International

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06a. Statistical Toolbox for RCRA CVI Decisions (webinar recording - slides and audio): Jeff Kurtz - Geosyntec Consultants; Chris Lutes, Chase Holton - CH2M Hill; Robert Truesdale - RTI International

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07. Panel Discussion of the Draft Toolbox Outlines: 1) Indicator, Tracers, & Surrogates Toolbox, 2) Statistical Toolbox (slides only): Panel: Donna Caldwell - NAVFAC; Dan Carr - Sanborn, Head & Associates; Helen Dawson - Geosyntec Consultants; Alana Lee - U.S. EPA Region 9; Lenny Sieg  ... View Details
  
07a. Panel Discussion of the Draft Toolbox Outlines: 1) Indicator, Tracers, & Surrogates Toolbox, 2) Statistical Toolbox (recording): Panel: Donna Caldwell - NAVFAC; Dan Carr - Sanborn, Head & Associates; Helen Dawson - Geosyntec Consultants; Alana Lee - U.S. EPA Region 9; Lenny Sieg  ... View Details
  
08. Updated Approaches for Monitoring Strategies/Options for Long Term Protection from CVI (under RCRA Corrective Action) (slides only): Ian Hers, Paris Jourabchi - Golder Associates; Acknowledgement and thank you to expert team: Robert Truesdale, RTI International; Henry Schuver, U.S.  ... View Details
  
08a. Updated Approaches for Monitoring Strategies/Options for Long Term Protection from CVI (under RCRA Corrective Action) (webinar recording - slides and audio): Ian Hers, Paris Jourabchi - Golder Associates; Acknowledgement and thank you to expert team: Robert Truesdale, RTI International; Henry Schuver, U.S.  ... View Details

00b. AEHS, 21 March 2017 PM - Vapor Intrusion: Updates on Evolving Science & Understanding
  
00a. AGENDA - Vapor Intrusion: Updates on Evolving Science & Understanding: View Details
  
00b. Workshop Presenter Bios: Vapor Intrusion: Updates on Evolving Science & Understanding View Details
  
00c. Workshop Sponsors - Vapor Intrusion: Updates on Evolving Science & Understanding: View Details
  
01. Influences and Implications of Indoor Air Background Concentrations on Health Risks in Residences, Schools, and Commercial Buildings (slides only): Richard Rago, Jay Peters, Gina Plantz, Peter Scaramella - Haley & Aldrich

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01a. Influences and Implications of Indoor Air Background Concentrations on Health Risks in Residences, Schools, and Commercial Buildings (webinar recording - slides and audio): Richard Rago, Jay Peters, Gina Plantz, Peter Scaramella - Haley & Aldrich

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02. Strategies for Environmental Restoration and Occupational Health Programs to Collaborate when Assessing and Managing VI Exposures in the Workplace (slides only): Loren Lund, John Lowe - CH2M Hill; Donna Caldwell - NAVFAC Atlantic

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02a. Strategies for Environmental Restoration and Occupational Health Programs to Collaborate when Assessing and Managing VI Exposures in the Workplace (webinar recording - slides and audio): Loren Lund, John Lowe - CH2M Hill; Donna Caldwell - NAVFAC Atlantic

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03. State-of-the-Science Update on the use of Building Pressure Cycling Methods (slides only): Chase Holton, Chris Lutes, Loren Lund, Keri Hallberg - CH2M Hill; Robert Truesdale - RTI International; Donna Caldwell - NAVFAC Atlantic

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03a. State-of-the-Science Update on the use of Building Pressure Cycling Methods (webinar recording - slides and audio): Chase Holton, Chris Lutes, Loren Lund, Keri Hallberg - CH2M Hill; Robert Truesdale - RTI International; Donna Caldwell - NAVFAC Atlantic

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04. Building Pressure Cycling for Vapor Intrusion Assessment (slides only): Helen Dawson, William Wertz, Todd McAlary - Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.; Dan Carr - Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc.

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04a. Building Pressure Cycling for Vapor Intrusion Assessment (webinar recording - slides and audio): Helen Dawson, William Wertz, Todd McAlary - Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.; Dan Carr - Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc.

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05. Estimation of VI Potential from Subsurface Data: Importance of Soil Data in VI Investigations (slides only): Dan Carr - Sanborn, Head & Associates; Helen Dawson, William Wertz - Geosyntec Consultants

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05a. Estimation of VI Potential from Subsurface Data: Importance of Soil Data in VI Investigations (webinar recording - slides and audio): Dan Carr - Sanborn, Head & Associates; Helen Dawson, William Wertz - Geosyntec Consultants

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06. Understanding the Role of Sewer Preferential Pathways in Vapor Intrusion (slides only): Thomas McHugh, Lila Beckley - GSI Environmental

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06a. Understanding the Role of Sewer Preferential Pathways in Vapor Intrusion (webinar recording - slides and audio, Part 1): Thomas McHugh, Lila Beckley - GSI Environmental

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06b. Understanding the Role of Sewer Preferential Pathways in Vapor Intrusion (webinar recording - slides and audio, Part 2): Thomas McHugh, Lila Beckley - GSI Environmental

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07. New Insights Into Exposure Through Preferential Pathway Vapor Migration (slides only): Megan Hamilton, Casey McFall - EnviroForensics

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07a. New Insights Into Exposure Through Preferential Pathway Vapor Migration (webinar recording - slides and audio): Megan Hamilton, Casey McFall - EnviroForensics

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08. Long-Term Performance Monitoring for HVAC Engineering Controls for VI Mitigation of Large Buildings (slides only): David Shea, Sanborn, Head & Associates

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08a. Long-Term Performance Monitoring for HVAC Engineering Controls for VI Mitigation of Large Buildings (webinar recordings - slides and audio): David Shea, Sanborn, Head & Associates

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09. Sub-Slab Pneumatic and Tracer Testing and Mass Flux Monitoring for Optimizing Mitigation System Design (slides only): Todd McAlary - Geosyntec Consultants

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09a. Sub-Slab Pneumatic and Tracer Testing and Mass Flux Monitoring for Optimizing Mitigation System Design (webinar recording - slides and audio): Todd McAlary - Geosyntec Consultants

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10. Case Studies of Innovative Use of Tracers, Indicators and Field GC/MS for Assessing the Vapor Intrusion Pathway (slides only): Ian Hers, Paul Hurst, Parisa Jourabchi - Golder Associates

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10a. Case Studies of Innovative Use of Tracers, Indicators and Field GC/MS for Assessing the Vapor Intrusion Pathway (webinar recording - slides and audio, Part 1): Ian Hers, Paul Hurst, Parisa Jourabchi - Golder Associates

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10b. Case Studies of Innovative Use of Tracers, Indicators and Field GC/MS for Assessing the Vapor Intrusion Pathway (webinar recording - slides and audio, Part 2): Ian Hers, Paul Hurst, Parisa Jourabchi - Golder Associates

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00c. AEHS, 22 March 2017 AM - Petroleum Hydrocarbon Vapor Intrusion, Todd Ririe, Chair
  
01. Vertical Screening Distances for Assessing Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon Vapor Intrusion Risk at Underground Storage Tank Sites: Matt Lahvis - Shell International, Spring, TX. View Details
  
02. Profiling Important Atypical Vapor Intrusion Preferential Pathways: A Database Analysis: Christopher C. Lutes, Jessica Kastanek, Maggie Radford, Quin Bingham, Andrew Madsen, Kenneth Moffat, and Chase Holton - CH2M View Details
  
03. Vapor Intrusion Conceptual Site Model Development for the Sewer Gas to Indoor Air Pathway: Andrew Wallace and Aaron Friedrich - ERM View Details
  
04. New Models to Support Vapour Intrusion Mitigation Design: Ian Hers, Parisa Jourabchi, and Paul Hurst - Golder Associates Ltd. View Details
  
05. What Is the Influence of Equilibration Time on Soil Gas Results?: Angela Haar and Steve Jones - Jones Environmental, Inc., Santa Fe Springs, CA. View Details
  
06. Why Wait? Soil Vapor Sampling Methods and Equilibration Times: Kevin Green, Justin Rauzon - SCS Engineers; Louise Adams and Suzie Nawikas - H&P Mobile Geochemistry Inc.

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00d. AEHS, 22 March 2017 PM - Vapor Intrusion, Todd Ririe, Chair
  
01. Summary of Survey Results for Technical & Practical Research Needed to Address the VI Pathway: AA David R. Gillay - Barnes and Thornburg, LLP, Indianapolis, IN; Rod B. Thompson - School of Public and Environmental Affairs, IUPUI, Indianapolis, I  ... View Details
  
02. Passive Soil Gas Monitoring for Long-Term Stewardship of Vapor Intrusion Risk: Ben Martich - Geosyntec Consultants, Anchorage, AK; Jim Fish - Alaska DEC, Anchorage, AK; Andrew Weller - Ahtna Engineering Services, Fairbanks, AK; H  ... View Details
  
03. Use of High-Resolution Passive Sampler Data and Large Volume Purge Subslab Vapor Data to Improve Assessment of Vapor Intrusion Risk: Roger Brewer and Lynn Baily - Hawaii Department of Health, Honolulu, HI; Eric Jensen and Greg Swanson - TetraTech, San Diego, CA.

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04. Understanding Building Materials's Contribution to Indoor Air Quality: Catherine Regan, Joseph Fiacco - ERM, Boston, MA.

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05. Rapid, Real-Time TCE Measurements Indoors, in Crawlspace, and in Soil Gas, Using an AROMA Analyzer: Bruce Richman, C. Ricardo Viteri, Michael A. Armen, Artyom Vitouchkine, Anthony Miller - Entanglement Technologies, Burlingame, CA.

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06. Continuous VOC Monitoring: Lessons Being Learned: Blayne Hartman - Hartman Environmental Geoscience, Solano Beach, CA; Mark Kram - Groundswell Technologies, Santa Barbara, CA.

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00e. AEHS, 23 March 2017 AM - Vapor Intrusion, Eliz. Miesner, Chair
  
01. Use of Climate Zones to Improve Assessment of Vapor Intrusion Risk in California: Roger Brewer - Hawaii Department of Health, Honolulu, HI; Ross Steenson, Nicole Fry - San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, Oakland,  ... View Details
  
02. Minimizing the Number of Costly Indoor Air Samples Needed for Reliable Chlorinated VI Decisions: Progress update as of March 23, 2017: Henry Schuver - USEPA Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery (ORCR) Wash. DC; Daniel Steck; Brian Schumacher - USEPA Office of Research and Deve  ... View Details
  
03. Indoor Air VOC Distribution During Building Depressurization Tests at a Chlorinated Solvent VI Impacted Study House: Yuanming Guo and Paul Dahlen - Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ; Kyle Gorder - Hill Air Force Base, Ogden, UT; and Paul Johnson - Colorado School o  ... View Details
  
04. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds (SVOCs) in a Single Air Analysis: Are Targets Being Missed?: Lee Marotta - PerkinElmer, North Bergen, NJ; Julia Casagrande, Tom Kwoka - PerkinElmer, Shelton, CN.

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05. A Review of Current TCE Short-Term Indoor Air Standards: Laura Trozzolo - TRC Solutions, Fort Collins, CO.

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01a - EPA/AEHS, 22 March 2016 - Workshop: Recalcitrant Chemical VI: Reducing Intrusion Risks and Costs
  
00a. AGENDA - Recalcitrant Chemical Vapor Intrusion (VI): Reducing Intrusion Risks and Costs through Better Understanding, Methods, and Guidance : NOTE: These workshop presentations represent the speakers' perspectives and should not be construed to represent EPA determination or policy. View Details
  
00b. Workshop Presenter Bios: Recalcitrant Chemical Vapor Intrusion (VI): Reducing Intrusion Risks and Costs through Better Understanding, Methods, and Guidance :

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00c. Summary Slides of Workshop Presentations: Recalcitrant Chemical Vapor Intrusion (VI): Reducing Intrusion Risks and Costs: NOTE: These workshop presentations represent the speakers' perspectives and should not be construed to represent EPA determination or policy.

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01. Welcome and Overview (slides only): Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA ORCR View Details
  
01a. Welcome and Overview (webinar recording - slides and audio): Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA ORCR View Details
  
02 and 03. Federal Guide Part 1 & 2: Highlights of and some perspectives about the OSWER Technical Guide and unmet VI R&D needs: Rich Kapuscinski, U.S. EPA OSRTI View Details
  
02a. Federal Guide Part 1: Highlights of and some perspectives about the OSWER Technical Guide (webinar recording - slides and audio): Rich Kapuscinski, U.S. EPA OSRTI View Details
  
03a. Federal Guide Part 2: Highlights and perspectives - unmet VI R&D needs (webinar recording - slides and audio): Rich Kapuscinski, U.S. EPA OSRTI View Details
  
04. State/local regulatory efforts: Wisconsins Vapor Intrusion Prevention Partnership initiative (slides only): Alyssa Sellwood, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources View Details
  
04a. State/local regulatory efforts: Wisconsins Vapor Intrusion Prevention Partnership initiative (webinar recording - slides and audio): Alyssa Sellwood, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources View Details
  
05. Local community efforts: Considering new construction at vapor intrusion sites (slides only): Lenny Siegel, CPEO View Details
  
05a. Local community efforts: Considering new construction at vapor intrusion sites (webinar recording - slides and audio): Lenny Siegel, CPEO View Details
  
06 and 07. State/national efforts under RCRA; Introduction to using indicators (of soil gas intrusion) to approach the Ideal VI Assessment [& long term stewardship] (slides only): Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA ORCR View Details
  
06 and 07a. State/national efforts under RCRA; Introduction to using indicators (of soil gas intrusion) to approach the Ideal VI Assessment [& long term stewardship] (webinar recording - slides and audio): Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA ORCR View Details
  
08. Statistical analysis of vapor intrusion data  Approaches and analogies (slides only): Jeff Kurtz, Geosyntec; Chris Lutes, CH2M; Robert Truesdale, RTI View Details
  
08a. Statistical analysis of vapor intrusion data  Approaches and analogies (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Jeff Kurtz, Geosyntec; Chris Lutes, CH2M; Robert Truesdale, RTI View Details
  
09. Rapid, efficient delineation of a large soil gas plume and assessment of VI potential using HAPSITE and other lines of evidence (slides only): Chris Lutes, CH2M View Details
  
09a. Rapid, efficient delineation of a large soil gas plume and assessment of VI potential using HAPSITE and other lines of evidence (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Chris Lutes, CH2M View Details
  
10. Review of published research on subsurface processes related to vapor transport and vapor intrusion (slides only): Dan Carr, Sanborn Head View Details
  
10a. Review of published research on subsurface processes related to vapor transport and vapor intrusion (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Dan Carr, Sanborn Head View Details
  
11. A Presidential perspective on the future of VI research (slides only): Paul Johnson, Colorado School of Mines View Details
  
11a. A Presidential perspective on the future of VI research (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Paul Johnson, Colorado School of Mines View Details
  
12. Advances in mass-flux analyses and modeling: Mass flux characterization for VI assessment (slides only): Helen Dawson, Geosyntec View Details
  
12a. Advances in mass-flux analyses and modeling: Mass flux characterization for VI assessment (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Helen Dawson, Geosyntec View Details
  
13. Increasing availability of continuous VOC observations (slides only): Chase Holton, CH2M; Robert Truesdale, RTI View Details
  
13a. Increasing availability of continuous VOC observations (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Chase Holton, CH2M; Robert Truesdale, RTI View Details
  
14. Instant feedback indicators (slides only): Tom Hatton, Clean Vapor LLC View Details
  
14a. Instant feedback indicators (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Tom Hatton, Clean Vapor LLC View Details
  
15. Preferential Pathways - Overview and Ongoing research (slides only): Dave Folkes, Geosyntec View Details
  
15a. Preferential Pathways - Overview and Ongoing research (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Dave Folkes, Geosyntec View Details
  
16 a-f. Preferential Pathway - Expert Panel Presentations (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Paul Johnson, Colorado School of Mines; Brian Schumacher, U.S. EPA ORD; Chris Lutes, CH2M; Kelly Pennell, University of Kentucky; Alana Lee, U.S. EPA  ... View Details
  
16a. Preferential Pathways - CSM (general perspectives) (slides only): Paul Johnson, Colorado School of Mines View Details
  
16b. Preferential Pathways - Sun Devil Manor (slides only): Chase Holton, CH2M View Details
  
16c. Preferential Pathways - Indianapolis Duplex (slides only): Brian Schumacher, U.S. EPA ORD; Chris Lutes, CH2M View Details
  
16d. Preferential Pathways - Conceptualizing Sewer Gas to Indoor Air (slides only): Kelly Pennell, University of Kentucky View Details
  
16e. Preferential Pathways - Region 9 Examples (slides only): Alana Lee, U.S. EPA Region 9 View Details
  
16f. Preferential Pathways - Large Commercial and Military Sites (slides only): Loren Lund, CH2M View Details
  
16g. Preferential Pathways - Panel responses to selected questions (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Paul Johnson, Colorado School of Mines; Chase Holton, CH2M; Brian Schumacher, U.S. EPA ORD; Chris Lutes, CH2M; Kelly Pennell, University of Kentucky;  ... View Details
  
17. Assessment under controlled conditions  Diagnosing VI using HVAC shutdown testing in large buildings (slides only): David Shea, Sanborn Head View Details
  
17a. Assessment under controlled conditions  Diagnosing VI using HVAC shutdown testing in large buildings (webinar recordings - slides and audio): David Shea, Sanborn Head View Details
  
18. Improving the control of intrusion  Optimizing mitigation of large buildings (slides only): Todd McAlary, Geosyntec View Details
  
18a. Improving the control of intrusion  Optimizing mitigation of large buildings (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Todd McAlary, Geosyntec View Details
  
19. Update on the soil gas mitigation standard [by AARST for ANSI] (slides only): Gary Hodgden, AARST View Details
  
19a. Update on the soil gas mitigation standard [by AARST for ANSI] (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Gary Hodgden, AARST View Details
  
20. Initiation of research on SVE for area-wide mitigation (slides only): Brian Schumacher, U.S. EPA ORD; John Zimmerman, U.S. EPA ORD View Details
  
20a. Initiation of research on SVE for area-wide mitigation (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Brian Schumacher, U.S. EPA ORD; John Zimmerman, U.S. EPA ORD View Details
  
21. Analysis of vapor intrusion mitigation and monitoring options for improved stewardship (slides only): Ian Hers, Golder Associates View Details
  
21a. Analysis of vapor intrusion mitigation and monitoring options for improved stewardship (webinar recordings - slides and audio): >Ian Hers, Golder Associates View Details
  
22. Endicott 10 years later (slides only): Dan Carr, Sanborn Head View Details
  
22a. Endicott 10 years later (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Dan Carr, Sanborn Head View Details
  
23. VI success story - 1st completed large VI site in U.S. (slides only): Walter Avramenko, CO DPHE View Details
  
23a. VI success story - 1st completed large VI site in U.S. (webinar recordings - slides and audio): Walter Avramenko, CO DPHE View Details
  
24. Review: steady state and transient effects of soil moisture in vapor intrusion (slides only): Rui Shen, Brown University View Details
  
24a. Review: steady state and transient effects of soil moisture in vapor intrusion (webinar recording - slides and audio): Rui Shen, Brown University; Note: Due to technical difficulties, part of this presentation recording is not available. We apologize for any inconveni  ... View Details
  
25. Evening Informal Panel Discussion (webinar recording - slides and audio): Evening informal panel discussion with Session 1 questions View Details

01c - AEHS, 23 March 2016, AM, San Diego - Petroleum Hydrocarbon Vapor Intrusion I (main conf., slides only)
  
01. Petroleum vapor intrusion strategies at UST and nonUST sites under 2015 EPA and 2014 ITRC Guides: Chris Lutes, Loren Lund, John Lowe, and Keri Hallberg, CH2M HILL View Details
  
02. Case study - 2015 PVI Guidelines - Methane, biodegradation modeling, and clean soil criteria: Bob Sweeney, E&P Geochemistry View Details
  
03. Australian PVI Guidance - a Review: Jackie Wright, Environmental Risk Sciences Pty Ltd. View Details
  
04. Indoor air background concentration trends: Robbie Ettinger, Geosyntec Consultants View Details
  
05. Exposure pathway analysis using passive diffusion air sampling methods to sample sewer air in manholes and cleanouts: Olivia Jacobs and James Jacobs, Clearwater Group; Kelly Pennell, University of Kentucky View Details
  
06. Continuous VOC monitoring: Ramifications on IA sampling: Blayne Hartman, Hartman Environmental Geoscience; Mark Kram, Groundswell View Details

01d - AEHS, 23 March 2016, PM, San Diego - Petroleum Hydrocarbon Vapor Intrusion II (main conf., slides only)
  
01. Effect of environmental variables on vapor transport: Bart Eklund, AECOM View Details
  
02. Including volatilization and biodegradation in surficial soils criteria: George DeVaull, Shell Global Solutions US, Inc. View Details
  
03. Screening criteria to evaluate vapor intrusion risk from lead scavengers: Ravi Kolhatkar, Emma Luo, Tom Peargin, Natasha Sihota, & Gary Jacobson, Chevron; Matthew Lahvis, Shell Global Solutions (US), Inc.; Qiong (June) Lu, J  ... View Details
  
04. Assessing variability in petroleum vapor intrusion: Jim Weaver, U.S. EPA ORD NRMRL View Details
  
05. Controlled release experiments on methane fate in the vadose zone: Doug Mackay, Nick de Sieyes, Juan Peng, Radomir Schmidt, Mark Felice, Maya Buelow, Ioana Petcan, Nicole Spadone, Mirann Tsumura, and Kate Scow, Univ  ... View Details
  
06. Three-dimensional simulations of methane injection - Preliminary modeling study using MIN3P-Dusty: Parisa Jourabchi and Ian Hers, Golder Associates Ltd. View Details

02a - Melbourne CleanUp 2015 - Vapor Intrusion Session:
  
Chlorinated vapor intrusion: cost effective screening & management using indoor radon: Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery View Details

 



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