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15. EPA/AEHS, 19 March 2012, San Diego - National Stakeholders' Forum on Vapor Intrusion
  
00 - Agenda: NOTE: These forum presentations represent the speakers' perspectives and should not be construed to represent EPA determination or policy. View Details
  
01 - Introduction to VI Stakeholders' Forum: Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery View Details
  
02 - Community Involvement in EPA's Subsurface Vapor Intrusion Guidance: Melissa Dreyfus, Suzanne Wells, U.S. EPA View Details
  
03 - Public Stakeholders and Vapor Intrusion: Lenny Siegel, Center for Public Environmental Oversight (CPEO) View Details
  
04 - Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Bronx, NY: Kelly King Lewis, Bronx, NY View Details
  
05 - Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Pompton Lakes, NJ: Lisa Riggiola, Pompton Lakes, NJ View Details
  
06 - Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from New Bedford, MA: Buddy Andrade, New Bedford, MA View Details
  
07 - Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Ithaca, NY: Ken Deschere, Ithaca, NY View Details
  
08 - Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Baltimore, MD: Linda Towe, Baltimore, MD View Details
  
09 - Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Tallevast, FL: Wanda Washington and Laura Ward, Tallevast, FL View Details
  
10 - Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Asheville, NC: Barry Durand and Peter (Tate) MacQueen, Asheville, NC View Details
  
11 - Vapor Intrusion Public Participation Advisory: Bill Bosan, California Department of Toxic Substances Control View Details
  
12 - Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Phoenix, AZ: Mary Moore and Richard Rushforth, Lindon Park Neighborhood Association View Details
  
13 - Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Mountain View, CA: Jane Horton, Mountain View, CA View Details
  
14 - VI Stakeholders Forum Summary Report: Lenny Siegel, Center for Public Environmental Oversight (CPEO) View Details

16. EPA/AEHS Workshop, 20 March 2012, San Diego - Recent Advances to VI Application & Implementation
  
00 - Agenda: NOTE: These workshop presentations represent the speakers' perspectives and should not be construed to represent EPA determination or policy. View Details
  
01 - Welcome to the State-of-the-Science Update Workshop: Brian Schumacher (U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development, National Exposure Research Laboratory, Environmental Sciences Division, Las Vegas, NV) View Details
  
02 - Introduction to Workshop & Making the Case for Voluntary Radon Sampling: Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA, ORCR View Details
  
03 - Summary of VI Stakeholders' Forum on Vapor Intrusion: Lenny Siegel, Center for Public Environmental Oversight (CPEO) View Details
  
03a - VI Stakeholders' Forum Summary Report: Lenny Siegel, Center for Public Environmental Oversight (CPEO) View Details
  
04 - EPA's Vapor Intrusion Database: Characterization and Evaluation of Attenuation Factors for Chlorinated VOCs in Residences: Helen Dawson and Rich Kapuscinski, U.S. EPA View Details
  
05 - Summary of Final Conceptual Model Scenarios Document with an User Perspective: Lilian Abreu, ARCADIS, Inc. View Details
  
06 - An update on the draft of "Lessons from radon for vapor intrusion research and programs": Dan Steck, Physics Department, St. John's University View Details
  
07 - Recent Observations on Spatial and Temporal Variability in The Field: C Lutes, B Cosky, R Uppencamp, L Abreu (ARCADIS); B Schumacher, J Zimmerman (U.S. EPA NERL); R Truesdale, S Lin (RTI International); H Hayes (Air Toxi  ... View Details
  
08 - Navy VI Web Tool: A Systematic Approach for Assessing Strength of Evidence: Donna Caldwell, NAVFAC Atlantic; Loren Lund, CH2M HILL View Details
  
09 - Vapor Intrusion Above a Dilute CHC Plume: Lessons-Learned from Two Years of Monitoring: Paul C. Johnson, Arizona State University View Details
  
10 - Short-term Variability, Radon Tracer, and Long-term Passive Sampler Performance in the Field: C Lutes, B Cosky, R Uppencamp, L Abreu (ARCADIS); B Schumacher, J Zimmerman (U.S. EPA NERL); R Truesdale, S Lin (RTI International); H Hayes (Air Toxi  ... View Details
  
11 - Quantitative Passive Diffusive Sampling for Assessing Soil Vapor Intrusion to Indoor Air : Hester Groenevelt, T McAlary (Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.); T Gorecki, S Seethapathy (Univ. of Waterloo); D Crump (Cranfied Univ.); P Sacco, F S Mauge  ... View Details
  
12 - Vapor Intrusion into Large Buildings: David Shea, Daniel B. Carr (Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc.) View Details
  
13 - Sustainable VI Mitigation Lessons Learned So Far: David J. Folkes, EnviroGroup Limited View Details
  
14 - OSWER's Development of Final Vapor Intrusion Guidance: Richard Kapuscinski, U.S. EPA Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation (OSRTI) View Details
  
15 - Introduction to Panel Discussion: Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA, ORCR View Details

17. AEHS, 21 March 2012, San Diego - Petroleum Hydrocarbon Vapor Intrusion II
  
01 - Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion Pathway for Methane: Robert Ettinger and Henry Kerfoot (Geosyntec Consultants) View Details
  
02 - U.S. EPA Petroleum Hydrocarbon Vapor Intrusion (PVI) Database - A Comprehensive Analysis of Aromatic and Aliphatic Hydrocarbon Data : Ian Hers (Golder Associates); Robert Truesdale (RTI International) View Details
  
03 - Screening Criteria for the Petroleum Vapor Intrusion Pathway: Robin Davis (Utah Department of Environmental Quality) View Details
  
04 - Significance of Biodegradation at Petroleum Hydrocarbon Sites - Implications for Vapor Intrusion Guidance : Matthew Lahvis (Shell Oil Company) View Details
  
05 - Evaluation of the Australian Petroleum Hydrocarbon VI Database - Exclusion Criteria: Jackie Wright (Environmental Risk Sciences) View Details
  
06 - Temporal Effects on Aerobic Biodegradation of Hydrocarbons in Soil Vapor: Robert E. Sweeney (E & P Geochemistry) View Details

18. AEHS, 22 March 2012, San Diego - Vapor Intrusion
  
01 - Field and Modeling Studies of Indoor Air Source Effects on Subslab Soil Gas Concentrations: Emma Hong Luo, Chase Holton, Yuanming Guo, Paul Johnson (Arizona State University) View Details
  
02 - Long-term and Short-term Variation of Indoor Air Concentration at a Vapor Intrusion Study Site: Chase Holton, Hong Luo, Yuanming Guo, Paul Johnson (Arizona State University); Kyle Gorder, Erik Dettenmaier, (Hill Air Force Base). View Details
  
03 - Vapor Intrusion - Technical Basis for a More Comprehensive and Protective Approach: Henry Schuver (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency). View Details
  
05 - Performance of Aerated Floor VI Mitigation Systems: David Folkes (EnviroGroup Limited) View Details
  
06 - Indoor Air, Sub-slab, and Soil Gas Temporal Variations from GC Data: Blayne Hartman (Hartman Environmental Geoscience); Christopher Lutes, Brian Cosky, Robert Uppencamp, and Lilian Abreu (ARCADIS); Brian Schumacher and  ... View Details
  
07 - Advective Flow and Biodegradation of Volatile Hydrocarbons in the Vadose Zone: Robert E. Sweeney (E&P Geochemistry); Shankar Subramanian (URS Corporation). View Details

19. EPA/AEHS, 15 Mar 2011, San Diego - Workshop: Addressing Regulatory Challenges in Vapor Intrusion
  
00 - Workshop Agenda: NOTE: These presentations represent the speakers’ perspectives and should not be construed to represent EPA determination or policy. View Details
  
01 - Welcome and Overview of Workshop Purpose and Objectives: Doug Grosse, U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development View Details
  
02a - Vapor Intrusion: Update on Vapor Intrusion Guidance and Policy Activities at U.S. EPA : Stiven Foster, U.S. EPA Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, and David Yogi, U.S. EPA Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovati  ... View Details
  
02b - Vapor Intrusion: EPA's Experiences with Analogous Gases and Guidance Update: Dr. Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery View Details
  
03 - Comparison of observations in U.S. EPA's Vapor Intrusion Database to generic and semi-site-specific (Figure 3) attenuation factors from the 2002 VI Guidance: Dr. Ian Hers, Golder Associates View Details
  
04 - Comparing Attenuation between GW-SS, SS-IA and SG-SS & SG-IA: Dr. Helen Dawson, U.S. EPA Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation View Details
  
05 - Comparing Attenuation between GW-SS, SS-IA and SG-SS, & SG-IA: Dr. Bill Wertz, Geosyntec Consultants View Details
  
06 - Factors Affecting Radon Entry and Concentrations; and Lessons for Chlorinated VI: Dr. Daniel Steck, Minnesota Radon Project View Details
  
07 - Approaches to sampling frequency and data collection, and impacts on conclusions: Dr. Paul Johnson, Arizona State University View Details
  
08 - Stylistic Modeling of VOC Transport in the Vadose Zone and Insight into Vapor Intrusion Processes: Dan Carr, Sanborn-Head and Associates View Details
  
09 - Intensive Study of VOCs and Radon in Historic Duplex - a First Look: Dr. Brian Schumacher, U.S. EPA ORD, National Exposure Research Laboratory View Details
  
10 - EPA Radon Mitigation Standards (1993) and Experiences with Mitigation Diagnostics, Designs, Installation, and Performance: Dr. Leo Moorman, Radon Home Measurement & Mitigation, Inc. View Details
  
11 - Efficient Assessment and Mitigation of Vapor Intrusion: Optimal Subslab Depressurization Design Strategies and Handling the Problems of Variability with Long-term Integrated Samplers: Dr. Chris Lutes, ARCADIS View Details
  
12 - Pneumatic Testing, Mathematical Modeling, and Flux Monitoring to Assess and Optimize the Performance and Establish Termination Criteria for Sub-slab Depressurization Systems: Todd McAlary and Dr. Robbie Ettinger, Geosyntec Consultants View Details
  
13 - Panel Discussion: Speakers input on VI assessment/mitigation decisions for various scenarios: Moderator - Dr. Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery View Details

20. AEHS Conference Session, 16 Mar 2011, San Diego - Petroleum Hydrocarbon Vapor Instrusion
  
01 - Sampling Considerations for Vapor Intrusion Assessments at Petroleum Hydrocarbon Sites: Blayne Hartman, Hartman Environmental Geoscience View Details
  
02 - Transport and Biodegradation of Petroleum Hydrocarbon Vapor Components in the Subsurface; A Soil Column Study: Elsy Escobar, Paul Dahlen, and Paul C. Johnson, Arizona State University View Details
  
03 - Incorporating Barometric Pressure and Wind Effects into Vapor Intrusion Simulations: Hong Luo and Paul C. Johnson, Arizona State University View Details
  
04 - Vapor Cloud Model to Estimate Sub-Slab to Indoor Air Attenuation Factor: Atul Salhotra and Venkat Sambana, RAM Group of Gannett Fleming View Details
  
05 - A Static Chamber for Measurements of Benzene Vapor Fluxes for Risk Evaluation: Federica Belloro and Giovanni Ferro, Ingegneria e Servizi Ambientali Ferro S.r.l. View Details
  
06 - Empirical Data Supporting Groundwater Benzene Concentration Exclusion Criteria for Petroleum Vapor Intrusion Investigations: Tom Peargin and Ravi Kolhatkar, Chevron View Details
  
08 - Spatial and Temporal Behavior of Subsurface Petroleum Hydrocarbon Vapors: Robin Davis, Utah Department of Environmental Quality View Details
  
09 - Site Conditions Conductive for Potential Petroleum Vapor Instrusion (PVI) Risk: Robert E. Sweeney, Petroleum and Environmental Geochemistry View Details
  
10 - Challenges to Multiple Lines of Evidence Vapor Intrusion Evaluations at Petroleum Release Sites: Robert Ettinger, Geosyntec Consultants View Details

21. EPA/AEHS Workshop, 16 March 2010 - Update on Vapor Intrusion at U.S. EPA
  
00 - Workshop Agenda - Update on Vapor Intrusion at EPA: NOTE: These presentations represent the speakers’ perspectives and should not be construed to represent EPA determination or policy. View Details
  
01- Context for Today's Workshop (EPA Top Priorities and OSWER Initiatives): Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery (ORCR) View Details
  
02- History of Vapor Intrusion Workshops and the Purpose of this One: Doug Grosse, U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development (ORD) View Details
  
03- A Community Stakeholder on OSWER's Community Engagement Initiative: Lenny Siegel, Center for Public Environmental Oversight (CPEO) View Details
  
04- Background Indoor Air Concentrations of VOCs in North American Residences: A Compilation of Statistics and Implications for Vapor Intrusion: Helen Dawson, EPA Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation (OSRTI), presented by Jeff Kurtz, EnviroGroup View Details
  
05- US EPA's Vapor Intrusion Database -- Preliminary Evaluation of Attenuation Factors for Chlorinated VOCs in Residences: Helen Dawson, U.S. EPA OSRTI, presented by Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA ORCR View Details
  
06- Conceptual Model Scenarios (CMS) for the Vapor Intrusion Pathway: Lilian Abreu, ARCADIS Inc. View Details
  
07- Field Observations on Ground Covers/Buildings: Brian Schumacher, U.S. EPA ORD View Details
  
08a - Lessons from Radon Studies and Databases: Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA ORCR View Details
  
08b - Lessons Learned from Past Radon Studies: Ron Mosley, U.S. EPA ORD View Details
  
09- Region 9 Studies: Practical Approaches to Vapor Intrusion Indoor Air Investigations (focus on passive samplers): Alana Lee, Kathy Baylor, U.S. EPA Region 9 View Details
  
11- Update on U.S. EPA Vapor Guidance Efforts: Stiven Foster, U.S. EPA OSWER View Details
  
12- Review of 2002 Guidance: Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA ORCR View Details
  
14a- Mitigation Decisions, Operations, and Closure—Perspectives by an International Consultant: Ian Hers, Golder Associates View Details
  
14b- Do Subslab Depressurization Systems Work? (State Perspectives): Bill Wertz, NYSDEC View Details
  
14c- Communities and Vapor Intrusion Mitigation—Perspectives by a Community Representative: Lenny Siegel, CPEO View Details
  
15- Final CMS document - A Focus on Petroleum Scenarios: Lilian Abreu, ARCADIS View Details
  
16 - Greenpoint Petroleum Vapor Intrusion Study: Bill Wertz, NYSDEC View Details
  
17- Status Update - EPA Office of Underground Storage Tanks Work On Petroleum Vapor Intrusion: Matt Young, U.S. EPA OUST View Details

22. AEHS Conference, 15 March 2010 - Session 1: Vapor Intrusion
  
01-Vadose Zone Profiling -- Considerations for Vapor Intrusion: Daniel Carr and Allan H. Horneman, Sanborn Head & Associates, Inc., Portland, ME View Details
  
02-Results from an EPA Research Program on the Vertical & Temporal Variations on Soil Gas Concentrations Near and Under a Slab: Blayne Hartman, Hartman Environmental Geosciences, Solana Beach, CA; Brian Schumacher and John Zimmerman, EPA-ORD NERL, Las Vegas, NV; James Elliot, T  ... View Details
  
04-Passive (Wind-Driven) Systems for Sub-slab Venting to Mitigate Potential Vapor Intrusion: David Bertrand and Todd McAlary, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc., Guelph, Ontario, Canada View Details
  
05-Technical Approach for Evaluation of Sites with Biogenic Sources of Methane: Alice Campbell, DTSC, Chatsworth, CA View Details
  
06-Vapor Intrusion Assessment for Carbon Tetrachloride Contamination at a Former Grain Storage Facility in Rural Kansas: Lorraine LaFreniere, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL; Caroline Roe, Commodity Credit Corporation, Washington, DC; Blayne Hartman, Hartman Env  ... View Details
  
07-Exclusion Distance Criteria for Assessing Potential Vapor Intrusion at Petroleum Hydrocarbon Release Sites: Matthew A. Lahvis, Shell Global Solutions (UK), Chester, UK; George E. DeVaull, Shell Global Solutions, Houston, TX View Details

23. EPA/AEHS, 13 March 2008, San Diego - Specialty Seminar on Technical Updates to USEPA & ITRC Vapor Intrusi
  
01- Welcome, Introduction, and Overview: Doug Grosse, EPA Office of Research and Development View Details
  
02- Update and General Status of EPA's Guidance: Henry Schuver, EPA OSWER View Details
  
03- ITRC VI Practical Guideline -- What It Is, and What It Is Not: John Boyer, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection View Details
  
04- New York Approach to Background in VI Investigations: Krista Anders, New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) View Details
  
05- Literature Review and Compilation of Background Indoor Air Concentrations of Volatile Organic Compounds: Helen Dawson, EPA Region 8 View Details
  
06- California Perspective on Background in VI Investigations: Dan Gallagher, California Department of Toxic Substances Control View Details
  
07- Comparison of Indoor Air Data of Petroleum Hydrocarbons from VI Investigations to Indoor Air Background Data: Gina Plantz, Haley and Aldrich View Details
  
08- EPA's Vapor Intrusion Database Contents- Introduction: Helen Dawson, EPA Region 8 View Details
  
09- Early Vapor Intrusion Lessons from Colorodo Department of Transportation: Paul Johnson, Arizona State University View Details
  
10- Lessons from Large Groundwater Plume Sites -- Redfield and Wall: Ian Hers, Golder Associates View Details
  
11- Groundwater/Subslab/Indoor Air Relationships at Lowry Air Force Base and Billings PCE: Helen Dawson, EPA Region 8 View Details
  
12- Observations of Variability at Cortlandville and Endicott: Justin Deming, NYS DOH View Details
  
13- EPA's Vapor Intrusion Database -- Analysis of Attenuation Factors (Groundwater, Subslab, Soil Gas, and Crawlspace) from Multiple Sites: Helen Dawson, EPA Region 8 View Details
  
14- Lessons from Petroleum Hydrocarbon and Chlorinated Solvent Sites Extensively Monitored for Vapor Intrusion: Todd McAlary, Geosyntec Consultants View Details
  
15- Vapor Intrusion at Fractured Bedrock Sites: Dave Mickunas, EPA Environmental Response Team View Details

24. EPA/AEHS, 12 March 2008, San Diego - National Stakeholders' Forum on Vapor Intrusion
  
01- Introduction to the Vapor Intrusion Pathway: Paul Johnson, Arizona State University View Details
  
02- Overview of VI Guidance - as of 2002: Henry Schuver, EPA Office of Solid Waste View Details
  
03- Overview of VI Guidance - as of 2007: Bill Morris, Kansas DHE View Details
  
04- Overview of Indoor Air "Background" Concentrations & Overview of VI Database: Helen Dawson, EPA Region 8 View Details
  
05- Overview of EPA's 2002 Community Involvement Guidance: Alana Lee, EPA Region 9 View Details
  
06- Overview of ITRC's Community Stakeholder Concerns: Peter Strauss, PM Strauss & Associates View Details
  
07- Overview of Community Relations Guidance: Krista Anders View Details
  
08- Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Mountainview, CA: Jane Horton, Mountain View, CA View Details
  
08- Responses to Questions: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Mountainview, CA: Jane Horton, Mountain View, CA View Details
  
09- Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Providence, RI: Robert Dorr, Providence, RI View Details
  
10- Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Hopewell Junction, NY: Debra Hall, Hopewell Junction, NY View Details
  
10- Responses to Questions: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Hopewell Junction, NY: Debra Hall, Hopewell Junction, NY View Details
  
11- Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Hillcrest, NY: Bruce Oldfield, Hillcrest, NY View Details
  
11- Responses to Questions: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Hillcrest, NY: Bruce Oldfield, Hillcrest, NY View Details
  
12- Presentation: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Phoenix, AZ: Mary Moore, Phoenix, AZ View Details
  
12- Responses to Questions: Stakeholders' Experiences and Recommendations from Phoenix, AZ: Mary Moore, Phoenix, AZ View Details

25. AEHS, 12 March 2008, San Diego, Vapor Intrusion Platform Session
  
01- Recommendation for Improved Characterization of the Groundwater Vapor Intrusion Source Term: Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA - OSW, Washington, D.C. View Details
  
02- Vapor Intrusion: Lessons Learned on Sampling and Data Interpretation: G. Todd Ririe, BP America Inc., La Palma, CA View Details
  
03- Soil Vapor Sampling Methods: Are You Achieving Your Data Quality Objectives?: Christopher Gale and Veryl Wittig, Geosyntec Consultants, San Diego, CA; Barry Pulver, County of San Diego, San Diego, CA View Details
  
04- Oxygen Transport from the Atmosphere to Soil Gas Beneath a Slab-on-Grade Foundation Overlying Petroleum-Impacted Soil: Paul D. Lundegard, Fullerton, CA; Paul C. Johnson and Paul Dahlen, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ View Details
  
05- Empirical Data on Lag time for VI from a Chlorinated VOC Groundwater Plume: Jeffrey P. Kurtz and David J. Folkes, EnviroGroup Limited, Centennial, CO View Details
  
06- Room by Room Sampling for the Identification of Indoor Sources of Chlorinated Solvents: Bill Doucette and Andy Hall, Utah State Univeristy, Logan UT; Kyle Gorder, Hill Air Force Base Environmental Restoration Branch, Hill AFB, UT View Details
  
07- Temperature and Vapor Intrusion Evaluation: Evelina Morales, Oklahoma Dept. of Environmental Quality, Oklahoma City, OK View Details
  
08- A Comparative Study of Passive and Active Soil Gas Measurement Techniques at a TCE Site: Adrian C. Heggie, Parsons Brinckerhoff Australia, Sydney, Australia; Bill Stavropoulos, Leeder Consulting, Morningside, Qld, Australia View Details
  
09- Risk Assessment Issues during Indoor Air and Sub-Slab Soil Gas Investigation for Vapor Intrusion: Rafat Abbasi, Theodore Johnson, and Rebecca Chou, California EPA, Cypress, CA; William Bosan, California EPA, Glendale, CA View Details
  
10- New & Innovative Analytical Methods for Vapor Intrusion Assessments: On-site TO-15 & Automated Analyzers: Blayne Hartman, James E. Picker, and Janis D. Villarreal, H&P Mobile Geochemistry, Carlsbad, CA View Details

26. EPA/AEHS, 21 March 2007, San Diego - Workshop on Soil-Gas Sample Collection and Analysis
  
00 Workshop agenda: View Details
  
01 Introductions: Doug Grosse, U.S. EPA View Details
  
02 Use of soil-gas data in vapor intrusion decisions: Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA View Details
  
03 Purpose of workshop on soil-gas sample collection and analysis: Dominic DiGuilio, U.S. EPA View Details
  
04 Overview of soil gas probe emplacement & sampling methods: Blayne Hartman, H&P Mobile Geochemistry View Details
  
05 EPA research on other active methods: Brian Schumacher and John Zimmerman, U.S. EPA View Details
  
06 Collection of soil gas on adsorbents & passive samplers: Gina Plantz, NewFields Environmental Forensics Practice, L.L.C. View Details
  
07 A new passive diffusion sampler (PDS) for soil gas sampling: Cynthia Paul, John Wilson, and Ken Jewell, U.S. EPA View Details
  
08 Summary & recommendations on soil-gas installation methods for site-specific conditions: Robert Truesdale, RTI International View Details

27. 07 - EPA/AEHS, 22 March 2007, San Diego - Workshop on Soil-Gas Sample Collection and Analysis
  
01 Loss/gain from Tedlar bags and other sampling equipment: Cynthia Paul, U.S. EPA View Details
  
02 Evaluation of vapor equilibrium and purging on soil-gas sampling: Dominic DiGuilio, U.S. EPA View Details
  
03 Single-interval gas permeability testing: Dominic DiGuilio, U.S. EPA View Details
  
04 A conceptual understanding of leakage during soil-gas sampling: Dominic Diguilio, U.S. EPA and Blayne Hartman, H&P Mobile Geochemistry View Details
  
05 Available laboratory methods for soil-gas analysis: Gina Plantz, NewFields Environmental Forensics Practice, L.L.C. View Details
  
06 Field and fixed laboratory analysis for VI investigations: Blayne Hartman, H&P Mobile Geochemistry View Details
  
07 QA/QC considerations for the TAGA analysis: Dave Mickunas, U.S. EPA (movie; associated with slide 7 of presentation) View Details
  
07 QA/QC considerations for the TAGA analysis: Dave Mickunas, U.S. EPA (presentation) View Details
  
08 Use of radon measurements to analyze vapor intrusion problems: Ron Mosley, U.S. EPA View Details

28. Midwest States Risk Assessment Symposium - August 2006
  
24 August - Results and Conclusions - Soil Gas Sampling Workshop: Concluding presentation for MSRAS soil gas sampling workshop includes sampling activities and preliminary results. View Details
  
Ertel Site Description (5-1-06):  Ertel site setting and geology View Details
  
Ertel Site Maps with 7/24-26/06 sampling locations: Two site maps in two file formats (jpg and TIFF) that show the sub-slab sample locations and the locations of the permanent soil gas samples, with res  ... View Details
  
Ertel Site Photos: Photos taken at the Ertel site during recent site activities. View Details
  
Ertel Soil Gas Data - 8-2-06: Soil gas data taken from permanent and temporary (grab) probes, 7/24-26/06, Ertel Site, Indianapolis, IN View Details
  
Gore Sorber Data - 7-26-06: Gore Sorber Total and Concentration Data Plots - Ertel Site, Indianpolis, IN. View Details
  
GORE TCE Survey: Preliminary results of GORE Sorber survey at Ertel Site (7/06). View Details

29. Midwest States Risk Assessment Symposium - Monday, August 21, 2006
  
(13:00) MSRAS Soil Gas Sampling Workshop Introduction: Why we are here and what we hope to accomplish, and how it ties in to VI Guidance in general and OSWER Guidance in particular. Doug Grosse, EPA an  ... View Details
  
(13:15) Background of Ertel Site History: John Clark, IDEM. View Details
  
(13:45) Passive Soil Gas and Subslab Vapor Sampling: George Shaw, W.L. Gore & Associates. View Details
  
(14:00) Active Soil Gas Data Collection & Interpretation: Blane Hartman, H&P Mobile Geochemistry. View Details
  
(14:30) Comparison of Gore Sorber to Active Soil Gas Data: Jeff Kurtz, EnviroGroup, Ltd. View Details
  
(15:20) Soil Gas Sampling Methods: Todd McAlary, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc. View Details
  
(16:00a) Soil Gas Analytical Methods: Blayne Hartman, H&P Mobile Geochemistry. View Details
  
(16:00b) Field Analytics to Resolve Vapor Intrusion Issues: David Mickunas, EPA. View Details
  
(16:00c) Forensic Analysis and Sorbent Collection Methods: Gina Plantz, NewFields Environmental Forensics Practice, LLC. View Details

30. Midwest States Risk Assessment Symposium - Tuesday, August 22, 2006
  
(08:30) A Practical Guideline to Vapor Intrusion - ITRC's Prospective: John Boyer, NJDEP and Bill Morris, KSDHE. View Details
  
(9:30) Vapor Intrusion Updates & “Hot topics”: Blayne Hartman, H&P Mobile Geochemistry. View Details

31. Midwest States Risk Assessment Symposium - Thursday, August 24, 2006
  
(08:00) Preliminary Results of the Soil Gas Sampling Workshop: Dave Bertrand, Geosyntec Consultants; Robert Truesdale, RTI; et. al. View Details

32. EPA/AEHS, 16 March 2006, San Diego - A Summary Workshop in the Context of EPA's VI Guidance Revisions
  
(09:00): Development, Review, and Use of US EPA’s Updated J&E Model Spreadsheet: A Workshop: Doug Grosse, EPA ORD. View Details
  
(09:10) Role of Modeling & General Status of Revisions to EPA’s 2002 Vapor Intrusion Guidance: Henry Schuver, EPA OSW. View Details
  
(09:30) Status of Generic Screening Levels – Update on Empirical Vapor Attenuation Factor Analysis: Ian Hers, Golder Associates; Helen Dawson, EPA; Robert Truesdale, RTI. View Details
  
(10:15) Exterior Site Specific Screening Guidance: Helen Dawson, EPA Region 8. View Details
  
(11:15) Updated J&E Model VIAModel.xls: Helen Dawson, EPA Region 8. View Details
  
(13:00) Evaluation of Uncertainty in the J&E Model: Jim Weaver and Fred Tillman, EPA ORD. View Details
  
(13:30) Updated Vapor Intrusion Spreadsheet - Summary of Peer Reviewers’ Comments: Robert Ettinger, GeoSyntec Consultants, Inc. View Details
  
(15:15) 3D Model Simulations and Implications to Near Building Sampling: Lilian Abreu, GeoSyntec Consultants, Inc. View Details
  
(15:40) Field Studies of Oxygen and Hydrocarbon Vapor Transport Beneath and Around Buildings Located over NAPL Sources: Paul Johnson, Arizona State University. View Details
  
(16:05) Testing Exterior Tier 3 Screening with Site Data: Ian Hers, Golder Associates. View Details
  
(19:00) Evaluation of the “Constrained Version” of the J&E Model and Comparison of Soil-Gas and Sub-Slab Air Concentrations at the Raymark Superfund Site: Dominic DiGiulio, EPA ORD. View Details
  
(19:40) PART I - Near-Building and Subslab Sampling at the Endicott (NY) Site, Implications for Site Screening Approaches: Bill Wertz, NYSDEC. View Details
  
(19:40) PART II - Near-Building and Subslab Sampling at the Endicott (NY) Site, Implications for Site Screening Approaches: Bill Wertz, NYSDEC. View Details
  
(20:00) First there was Endicott...: Krista Anders, NYSDOH. View Details

33. EPA/AEHS, 15 March 2006, San Diego - Vapor Intrusion Platform Session
  
(13:30) Comparisons of Sub-Slab Soil Gas Measurements to Modeled Emissions Fom Subsurface Contamination: John A. Menatti and Robin V. Davis, Utah Department of Environmental Quality. View Details
  
(14:00) Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Engineering Controls: Comparison of Methods, Costs, and Implementation: Susan B. Welt, BBL Sciences. View Details
  
(14:30) Engineering Controls of Vapor Intrusion: Michael Geyer, KERNTEC Industries, Inc. View Details
  
(15:30) Greenpoint, NY: Vapor Intrusion Case Study: Jeff Caufield, Caufield & James LLC. View Details
  
(16:00) The Use of a Gas Vapor Barrier to Mitigate Subsurface Vapor Intrusion: William V. Fritzsche, LBI Technologies, Inc. View Details
  
(16:30) Use of the EPA Vapor Intrusion Model to Calculate Risk-Based Soil-Gas Concentrations: Mark E. Kelley, Batelle Memorial Institute. View Details

34. EPA/AEHS, 14 March 2005, San Diego - A Summary Workshop in the Context of EPA's VI Guidance Revisions
  
(0) VI Workshop Agenda: Listing of times and titles for workshop presentations on March 14, 2005. View Details
  
(09:00) Integrating Observed & Modeled Vapor Attenuation: Doug Grosse, EPA ORD. View Details
  
(09:10) Evolution of OSWER Vapor Intrusion Guidance: Current Status, Directions and Updates - Henry Schuver, EPA OSW; David E. Cooper, EPA OSRTI. View Details
  
(10:45) Vapor Intrusion Database Status and Updates: Robert Truesdale, RTI International; Helen Dawson, US EPA Region 8; Ian Hers, Golden Associates. View Details
  
(11:00) Evaluation of Empirical Data for Soil Vapor Intrusion: Ian Hers, Golder Associates; Helen Dawson, EPA; Robert Truesdale, RTI. View Details
  
(11:25) Revising the Empirical Attenuation Factors -Data Analysis & Preliminary Results: Ian Hers, Golder Associates; Helen Dawson, EPA; Robert Truesdale, RTI. View Details
  
(13:40) Proposed Changes to EPA’s Spreadsheet Version of J&E Model: Helen Dawson, EPA Region 8. View Details
  
(14:00) Examples of Data Collection Strategies and Methods: Todd McAlary, GeoSyntec. View Details
  
(16:00) Vapor Intrusion - Lessons Learned Through Numerical Simulation: Paul Johnson, Arizona State University; Lillian Abreau, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc. View Details
  
(16:30) How to Determine Interpret and Resolve Background Concentrations: Todd McAlary, GeoSyntec; Helen Dawson, EPA Region 8. View Details
  
(19:30) DTSC Perspective on Vapor Intrusion: How California's Guidance Differs from USEPA 2002 and Other Published Guidance - Daniel Gallagher, California Department of Toxic Substances Contr  ... View Details
  
(19:45) Recommendations for Petroleum VI Pathway Screening Criteria: Victor Kremesec, Atlantic Richfield Company. View Details

35. EPA/AEHS, 15 March 2005, San Diego - Vapor Intrusion Platform Session
  
(14:00) Determining Vapor Concentration Data with Passive Sampling: Jay Hodney and Harry S. Anderson II, W.L. Gore & Associates, Elkton, MD. View Details
  
(15:30) Canadian Vapor Intrusion Guidance and Empirical Factors: Ian Hers, Golder Associates. View Details
  
(16:00) Soil Gas Sampling Methods and Approaches for Vapor Intrusion Assessments: Key Issues.  Blayne Hartman, H&P Moblie Geochemistry, Solana Beach, CA. View Details

36. EPA/Umass, 18 Oct 2004, Amherst - Modeling Vapor Attenuation Workshop - Day 1
  
(09:00) Welcome and Introductions: Modeling Vapor Attenuation Workshop: A Study of Vapor Intrusion Modeling in the Context of EPA’s Guidance.  Doug Grosse, EPA Office of Resear  ... View Details
  
(09:15) Regulatory Context, Purpose, and Objectives: Henry Schuver, EPA Office of Solid Waste. View Details
  
(10:30) Review of Pre-existing Data: Investigation of building-specific attenuation at Lowry Air Force Base. Helen Dawson, EPA Region 8. View Details
  
(11:00) Attenuation at Residential Sites: Comparing Air Measurements and Modeling Results at a Residential Site Overlying a TCE Plume. Presented by Wilson Doctor and Ronald J. Marnicio fo  ... View Details
  
(11:30a) Attenuation at Residential Sites: Observed Versus US EPA "Limited Site-Specific" Soil Gas-to-Indoor Air Attenuation Factors for a Site in a Semi-arid Climate. Loren Lund, PARSONS.<  ... View Details
  
(11:30b) Attenuation at Residential Sites: Observed Versus US EPA "Limited Site-Specific" Soil Gas-to-Indoor Air Attenuation Factors for a Site in a Semi-arid Climate - Winter Vertical Profile  ... View Details
  
(13:00) Attenuation at Non-residential Sites: Introduction for upcoming presentations. Henry Schuver, EPA Office of Solid Waste. View Details
  
(13:05) Attenuation at Non-residential Sites: Empirical and Modeled Alpha Factors at Two Vapor Intrusion Sites. Karen Berry-Spark, GeoSyntec Consultants, Inc. View Details
  
(13:30) Attenuation at Non-residential Sites: Case Study of Modeled and Observed TCE Attenuation from Groundwater to Indoor Air. Chris Lawless, Johnson Wright, Inc. View Details
  
(14:00) Attenuation at Non-residential Sites: Vapor Intrusion Attenuation Factors (AFs) - Measured vs. EPA Defaults A Case Study. Manu Sharma, Gradient Corporation. View Details
  
(14:30) Attenuation at Non-residential Sites: Case Study of Subsurface Vapor Intrusion at a Dry Cleaner Site. Amy Goldberg-Day, LFR Levine Frick. View Details
  
(15:30) Attenuation at Non-residential Sites: Copmparative Analysis of J&E Model and Sampling Results. Dave Mickunis, EPA Office of Research and Development View Details
  
(15:30) Attenuation at Non-residential Sites (video): Mass Spectrometry Video Explaination. Dave Mickunis, EPA Office of Research and Development View Details

37. EPA/UMass, 18-19 Oct 2004, Amherst - Modeling Vapor Attenuation Workshop
  
Workshop Announcment: Modeling Vapor Attenuation Workshop -- A Study of Vapor Intrusion Modeling in the Context of EPA’s Guidance View Details
  
Workshop Call for Papers: Invitation to submit an abstract for consideration for presentation at an EPA-sponsored workshop on modeling the attenuation of contaminant vapors in  ... View Details

38. EPA/UMass, 19 Oct 2004, Amherst - Modeling Vapor Attenuation Workshop - Day 2
  
(09:00) Introduction: Scope, Purpose, Objectives, Overview: Henry Schuver, EPA Office of Solid Waste. View Details
  
(09:15) Overview of Subject Areas: Approaches & Methods Influencing Observational Data. Todd McAlary, GeoSyntec Consultants, Inc, Dave Mickunis, EPA Office of Research and Devel  ... View Details
  
(10:00a) Empirical Attenuation Factors: Predictions & Observational Data. Helen Dawson, Ph.D, US EPA Region VIII; Ian Hers, Ph.D, Golder Associates; Robert Truesdale, RTI Internation  ... View Details
  
(10:00c) Empirical Attenuation Factors: Example Data Sets. Robert Truesdale, RTI International. View Details
  
(11:00) Site-Specific Modeling and Observational Data: Site-Specific Modeling in the Context of the OSWER Guidance? Paul Johnson, Ph.D, Lilian Abreu, Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering. View Details
  
(19:00) Closing Session: Role of modeling in VI guidance. Henry Schuver, EPA Office of Solid Waste. View Details
  
(19:45) Summary of Approaches and Methods: Future Directions for Assessing Vapor Intrusion. Todd McAlary, GeoSyntec Consultants, Inc. View Details
  
Charge Questions - Modeling Vapor Attenuation Workshop: View Details

39. EPA/UMass, 18-19 Oct 2004, Amherst - Modeling Vapor Attenuation Workshop - Posters
  
Comparison of Empirical Attenuation Factors to Modeled Attenuation Factors: (poster) Amy Sidell, Philip Services Corporation, Chris Waldron and Kim Prestbo, PIONEER Technologies Corporation. View Details

40. EPA/AEHS, 15-18 Mar 2004, San Diego - A Study of Observed Vapor Intrusion Attenuation
  
Abstracts: A Study of Observed Vapor Intrusion Attenuation.  14th Annual West Coast Conference on Soils, Sediments and Water.  March 15-18, 2004, Marri  ... View Details
  
Agenda: A Study of Observed Vapor Intrusion Attenuation.  14th Annual West Coast Conference on Soils, Sediments and Water.  March 15-18, 2004, Marri  ... View Details
  
VI Workshop Report: Final report describing VI attenuation workshop, database, analysis of attenuation factors, precluding factors, and recommendations for VI Guidance mo  ... View Details

41. EPA/AEHS, 15 Mar 2004, San Diego - Vapor Intrusion Attenuation Workshop - Day 1
  
(09:00) Introduction: Welcome - Objectives & Overview.  Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA, Office of Solid Waste View Details
  
(09:15) Background, Indoor Sources, and Measurement Methods: Use of Radon and Perfluorocarbons Measurements to Allocate VOCs Measured in Indoor Air Among their Various Sources.  Ronald. B. Mosley, U.S.  ... View Details
  
(09:30) Background, Indoor Sources, and Measurement Methods: A COC Ratio Approach for Defining Extent of Vapor Intrusion and Background.  David J. Folkes, P.E., EnviroGroup Limited View Details
  
(10:00) Background, Indoor Sources, and Measurement Methods: Sub-Slab Air Sampling Protocol and Analysis to Support Assessment of Vapor Intrusion.  Dr. Dominic DiGiulio, U.S. EPA, Office of Research and  ... View Details
  
(11:00) Observed Attenuation Factors - Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Data: Vapor Intrusion in Endicott, NY: Observed Differences in the Concentrations of Chlorinated Volatile Organic Vapors (CVOCs) in Basement and Subslab Sam  ... View Details
  
(11:20) Observed Attenuation Factors - Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Data: Attenuation Factors and Multiple Lines of Evidence for Evaluation of Potential Vapor Intrusion Pathways - Experience with the Grants Chlorinated Solve  ... View Details
  
(11:40) Observed Attenuation Factors - Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Data: Evaluation of Observed Groundwater to Indoor Air Attenuation Factors at the Redfield Site, Colorado.  David J. Folkes, P.E., EnviroGroup Limit  ... View Details
  
(13:00) Observed Attenuation Factors - Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Data: Measured Vapor Attenuation Coefficients From Soil Gas to Indoor Air, Runcorn, Cheshire, UK.  Todd McAlary, PE, PG, GeoSyntec Consultants, Inc.  ... View Details
  
(13:20) Observed Attenuation Factors - Building Effects: Attenuation Factor Determination Using the Taga and Summas.  David B. Mickunas, Chemist, US EPA/ERTC View Details
  
(13:40) Observed Attenuation Factors - Building Effects: Case Study of TCE Attenuation from Groundwater to Indoor Air and the Effects of Ventilation on Entry Routes.  Alborz A. Wozniak, P.E., Weiss  ... View Details
  
(14:00) Observed Attenuation Factors - Building Effects: Case Study of Subsurface Vapor Intrusion at a Dry Cleaner Site.  Amy Goldberg Day, MPH, and Eric Nichols, P.E., LFR Levine Fricke View Details
  
(15:00) Observed Attenuation Factors - Building Effects: Empirical Alpha Factors at "Wet Basement" Sites.  Karen Berry-Spark, GeoSyntec Consultants, Inc. View Details
  
(15:20) Observed Attenuation Factors - Petroleum Hydrocarbon Data: Attenuation of BTEX and MTBE in a Case Study of Residences.  Julie A. Filosa Kabel, MPH, ENSR International. View Details
  
(15:40) Observed Attenuation Factors - Petroleum Hydrocarbon Data: Investigation of Vapor Intrusion in Homes over Petroleum-Contaminated Groundwater in Stafford Township, NJ.  Dr. Paul F. Sanders, New Jersey  ... View Details
  
(16:00) Observed Attenuation Factors - Petroleum Hydrocarbon Data: Attenuation of Hydrocarbon Vapors from LNAPL Under Residential and Commercial/Industrial Buildings.  Stephen Washburn, ENVIRON International  ... View Details
  
(16:20) Observed Attenuation Factors - Petroleum Hydrocarbon Data: Vapor Intrusion Attenuation Factors for Hydrocarbons Associated with a Diesel Spill.  Lindsay Breyer, CIH, Walsh Environmental Scientists and  ... View Details

42. EPA/AEHS, 16 Mar 2004, San Diego - AEHS Vapor Intrusion Attenuation Workshop - Day 2
  
1- Introduction: Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA, Office of Solid Waste. View Details
  
2- Indoor Air Vapor Intrusion Database: Robert Truesdale, RTI International. View Details
  
3- EPA's Vapor Intrusion Database Evaluation: Helen Dawson, US EPA Region 8. View Details
  
4- Vapor Attenuation Factor Studies - Methods and Results: Ian Hers, Golder Associates. View Details
  
5- Empirical Data: Challenges and Future Directions.: Todd McAlary, PE, PG, GeoSyntec Consultants, Inc. View Details
  
6- Regulatory Meaning and Goals - The Broader Context: Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA, Office of Solid Waste View Details
  
7- Chlorinated Solvent Soil Vapour Intrusion into Indoor Air at a Commercial Warehouse: Adrian Heggie, GHD Pty Ltd. View Details
  
8- Institutional Controls at Vapor Intrusion Sites: Michael Sowinski, J.D., EIT – DPRA, Inc View Details

43. EPA/AEHS, 15 Mar 2004, San Diego - Vapor Intrusion Attenuation Workshop - Posters
  
1- Early History of Vapor Intrusion Research: (presentation)  Steven Amter, Disposal Safety, Inc. View Details
  
2- Background, Indoor Sources, and Measurement Methods: (presentation)  Method and Location of Ground Water Sampling: Impact on Attenuation Factors for Assessing Impact on Vapor Intrusion - View Details
  
3- Background, Indoor Sources, and Measurement Methods: (presentation)  Seasonal Variation in Observed Indoor Air Concentrations of 1,1-DCE Due to Vapor Intrusion at the Redfield Site, Colorad  ... View Details
  
4- Observed Attenuation Factors: (presentation)  Measured Versus Model Predicted Attenuation at ATK Dry Creek Road Site, Littleton, Colorado - Lindsay Breyer, CIH, W  ... View Details
  
5a- Observed Attenuation Factors: (presentation)  The Fresh Water Lens and its Effects on Groundwater to Indoor Air Attenuation Coefficients - Todd McAlary, PE, PG, G  ... View Details
  
5b- Observed Attenuation Factors: (poster)  The Fresh Water Lens and its Effects on Groundwater to Indoor Air Attenuation Coefficients - Todd McAlary, PE, PG, GeoSynt  ... View Details
  
6a- Observed Attenuation Factors: (presentation)  Approach for Development of Site-Specific Vapor Intrusion Attenuation Factors - Carolyn Mayer, Philip Services Corpo  ... View Details
  
6b- Observed Attenuation Factors: (poster)  Approach for Development of Site-Specific Vapor Intrusion Attenuation Factors - Carolyn Mayer, Philip Services Corporation  ... View Details
  
7- Observed Attenuation Factors: (presentation)  Attenuation of Subsurface Vapors into Indoor Air via a Septic Sytem Acting as a Preferential Pathway - Doug F. McRey  ... View Details
  
8- Observed Attenuation Factors: (presentation)  Empirical and Modeled Attenuation Factors and the Contribution of Preferential Pathways to Indoor Air Quality - Haro  ... View Details
  
Background, Indoor Sources, and Measurement Methods: Indoor Air as a Source of VOCs in Sub-Slab Vapor Samples - Thomas McHugh, John Conner, and Roger Pokluda.  Groundwater Services, Inc. View Details
  
Background, Indoor Sources, and Measurement Methods: Vapor Intrusion and Indoor Air Sampling Using a Passive Technique - Dr. Jay W. Hodny, W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. View Details
  
Observed Attenuation Factors: Comparison of Indoor Air Concentrations from Surface Flux Chamber to Modeled Concentrations from Subsurface Volatile Organic Compounds - Robert Ch  ... View Details

44. RCRA National Meeting, 12-15 Aug 2003, Washington, DC
  
Discussion of Comments & Preliminary Plans for Responding: USEPA’s (OSWER) 11/03 Draft Guidance for Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion to Indoor Air Pathway from Groundwater and Soils.
By: Henry Schuver, US EP  ...
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Indoor Air Vapor Intrusion Database: Presentation by Robert Truesdale (RTI International) View Details
  
Vapor Intrusion Guidance Comments & Database: USEPA’s (OSWER) 11/03 Draft Guidance for Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion to Indoor Air Pathway from Groundwater and Soils
Presentations of Comments  ...
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VI Draft Guidance: Overview of Comments to November, 2002 OSWER VI Guidance: Presentation by Michael Sowinski (DPRA, Inc.) View Details

 



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