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Event Name: Groundwater/Surface Water Interactions: Developing Conceptual Site Models of Organism Exposures in Hyporheic Systems
Event Description:

This training workshop will present an overview of the relationships and interactions between groundwater and surface water bodies, giving participants a greater understanding of potential exposure scenarios. Discussions will focus on developing effective conceptual site models and how to collect useful data from the hyporheic zone, with case study examples. The training will end with a panel discussion and direction to EPA resources.

The workshop will be open to local participants live-broadcast via webinar and recorded for future playback. In addition, workshop support staff will take notes to help identify topics to explore in future training and research.

We anticipate components of this workshop will be of high interest to federal, state, tribal, and university staff, particularly hydrogeologists, ecologists, risk assessors, Remedial Project Managers, National Environmental Policy Act project reviewers, tribal specialists, those involved with underground storage tanks, as well as EPA Superfund and Technology Liaisons, EPA Regional Science Liaisons, EPA Ground Water Forum members, EPA Regional Science Councils.

Contacts:
For questions related to workshop content, contact
Ted Repasky, EPA R10, repasky.ted@epa.gov
206-553-1200 x0651

For questions about registration, contact
Cindy Frickle, EPA HQ, frickle.cynthia@epa.gov
703-603-8763

Additional Information:

Times listed are Pacific Standard Time

THIS REGISTRATION SITE IS FOR THOSE PLANNING TO ATTEND THE TRAINING IN PERSON ONLY.  THOSE INTERESTED IN THE WEBINAR SHOULD CLICK THE WEBINAR REGISTRATION LINK BELOW LISTED UNDER LOCATION INFORMATION.

Agenda:

8:00 AM WELCOME and INTRODUCTION
8:30 AM Dr. Jack Stanford, retired Director at the Flathead Lake Biological Station: Distribution and movement of groundwater biota in alluvial systems including the role of biogeochemistry, scale, and other parameters that influence organism exposures to groundwater
11:00 AM Dr. Robert Ford, EPA-ORD: Developing effective conceptual site models; direct monitoring in the transition zone; contaminant fate and transport; examples of conceptual site models
12:00 PM LUNCH BREAK**
1:00 PM Ian Bowen, EPA-R8: Tools to collect the most useful data from the transition zone
1:30 PM Bill Brandon, EPA-R1; Jonathan Williams, EPA-R10; Henning Larson, Oregon DEQ: Case Studies
2:15 PM BREAK
2:30 PM Kira Lynch, R10 Superfund and Technology Liaison: EPA resources and contacts for contaminated sites
2:35 PM Panel Discussion
3:30 PM ADJOURN

**Lunch is on your own. There are several locations to eat near the EPA office, or feel free to bring your lunch. The workshop will resume promptly at 1:00 PM.

Registration Status: Registration Closed
Event Begins: November 16, 2018 at 8:00 AM
Event Ends: November 16, 2018 at 3:30 PM
Location
This event will be held at: U.S. EPA - Region 10
1200 Sixth Ave.
Seattle, WA 98101

Please see the detailed Visitor Information file below for important information about visiting the EPA Region 10 offices.

Due to meeting space constraints, seat preference will be given to EPA, State, Tribal, and University affiliates. Registration for public webinar participation is available at: https://clu-in.org/training/webinar/GWSWInteractions/

Location Map:
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Additional Event Information
Please click here for a detailed EPA Region 10 Visitor Information file (116K/PDF)
   
   

 

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