2018 Long-Term Stewardship Conference Presentations

Office of Legacy Management

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Track 1.1: General LTS Practices

Track 1.2: Groundwater Remediation and Compliance,   Part 1

Track 1.4: LTS Practices and Challenges at DOE Legacy Sites, Part 1

Track 1.5: LTS Practices and Challenges at DOE Legacy Sites, Part 2

Track 2.1: Groundwater Compliance Challenges

Track 2.2: Understanding the Post-Closure Changes of Engineered Disposal Cell Covers, Part 1

Track 2.3: Understanding the Post-Closure Changes of Engineered Disposal
Cell Covers, Part 2

Track 2.4: Advances in Environmental Science

Track 2.5: Advances in Data Acquisition

Track 3.1: Remediation, LTS, and Stakeholder Involvement

Track 3.2: Legacy Uranium Sites

Track 4.1: Interpreting the Past and Informing the Future: A Fresh Look at History and the Preservation of Information Critical to LTS

Track 4.2: The Impact of Citizens and Regulators in Long-Term Stewardship: Engaging the Community Through Consultation, Coordination, and Communication

Track 4.3: How Regulators Shape Emerging Issues with Vapor Intrusion

Track 5.1: Regulator Perspectives on Site Long-Term Stewardship

Track 5.2: Site Transitions, Reducing Costs, Minimizing Waste, and Exit Strategies

Track 6.1: Records and Information are Essential for LTS Success

Track 6.2: Information and Knowledge Management

Track 6.3: Partnering for Information Solutions

Track 7.1: Revitalizing Las Colonias Park + Transition of Former Mound Plant

Track 7.2: An Overview of Transactional Considerations in the Revitalization of Federally Owned Environmentally Impaired or Impacted Property

Track 8.1: LM Uranium Mine Programs

Track 8.2: Environmental and Human Health Risk Screening of Abandoned Mines

Track 8.3: Addressing Physical Hazards and Human Health Risk at Abandoned Mines