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>International Applied Phytotechnologies Conference
March 3-5, 2003
Sponsored by: The United States Environmental Protection Agency's
Office of Research and Development and Technology Innovation Office,
Environment Canada, the Mid-west HSRC, and Chevron/Texaco
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Welcome/Plenary Session Monday, March 3, 2003
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William Muno, US EPA, Region 5
Presenter Bio
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Terry McIntyre, Environment Canada
Presenter Bio
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Phytotechnology: Current Trends and Prospects
Walt Kovalick, US EPA, Technology Innovation Office
Presenter Bio | Presentation (1.40MB/PDF)
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Steve Rock, US EPA, Office of Research and Development
Presenter Bio
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Session 1: A Survey of International Research Monday, March 3, 2003
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Phytotechnologies in Australia: Achievements and Future Prospects
Alan Baker, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Phytoremediation in Mexico: The Consolidation of a National Multi-institutional Group
Eugenia OlguĆ­n, Institute of Ecology, Mexico
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Advances in the Phytoremediation of Radionuclide-contaminated Soils - a UK Perspective
Martin Broadley, Horticulture Research International, UK
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Advances in Phytoremediation Technology in Japan
Hiromichi Morikawa, Department of Mathematical and Life Sciences, Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University, Japan
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Advances in Phytoremediation Technology in China
Yongming Luo, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Presenter Bio | Presentation (3.64MB/PDF)
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Green Plants for Wastewater Treatment: European Approaches and Trends
Jean-Paul SchwitzguƩbel, Laboratory for Environmental Biotechnology (LBE), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (1.79MB/PDF)
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Session 2A: NSF and EPA STAR Grants Monday, March 3, 2003
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Phytoremediation of PCB and PAH Contaminated Soils with Monoterpene-producing Plants
David Crowley, University of California
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (2.62MB/PDF)
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Oxygenation of Sediments by Spartina Marsh Grasses: Potential Facilitation of Pollutant Degradation
Raymond Lee, School of Biological Sciences, Washington State University
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (1.31MB/PDF)
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Mechanistic Role of Plant Root Exudates in the Phytoremediation of Persistent Organic Pollutants in Soil
Jason White, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (4.19MB/PDF)
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Biodegradation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Rhizosphere Soil
Kathy Banks, Purdue University
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Genome-wide Hunt for Metal Hyperaccumulation Genes
David Salt, Purdue University
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Investigating Mechanisms of Heavy Metal Hyperaccumulation Using Thlaspi caerulescens as a Model Plant System
Leon Kochian, Cornell University
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Arsenic Hyperaccumulation by Chinese Brake Fern (Pteris Vittata)
Lena Ma, University of Florida
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (2.00MB/PDF)
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Session 2B: Plume Control Monday, March 3, 2003
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Phytoremediation for Plume Control of Deep Groundwater
Cristina Negri, DOE Argonne National Laboratory
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (1.53MB/PDF)
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Removal and Fate of Chlorinated Solvents from Contaminated Groundwater
Joel Burken, University of Missouri — Rolla
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (1.45MB/PDF)
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A Demonstration of Seasonal Hydraulic Containment of a Shallow Groundwater Plume by Poplar Trees
William Schneider, Weston Solutions, Inc.
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Phytoremediation for Hydraulic Control and Remediation: Beale Air Force Base and Koppel Stockton Terminal
Jim Jordahl, CH2MHill
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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TCE Plume Phytoremediation at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant
Roger Brewer, Tetra Tech, Inc.
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (8.44MB/PDF)
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Phytovolatilization of MTBE and TBA Contaminated Groundwater from an Underground Storage Tank Site Via Pinus Sp.
Charles Arnold, California State Water Resources Control Board
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Uptake and Fate of Explosives: TNT, RDX, and HMX in Poplar Tissues (Populus Deltoides X Nigra)
Jong Moon Yoon, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Iowa
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (960KB/PDF)
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Poster Viewing Session Monday, March 3, 2003
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Evening Workshop: Environmental and Health Issues for Transgenic Plants Monday, March 3, 2003
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Phil Sayre, US EPA, Office of Research and Development
Presenter Bio
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Session 3: Industrial Opportunities and Case Studies Tuesday, March 4, 2003
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US/Russia Collaboration for Optimization and Validation of Phytoremediation for In Situ Oilfield Cleanup
Alexander Boronin, Institute of Biochemistry and Physiology of Microorganisms of Russian Academy of Sciences
Vera Dmitrieva, Center for Ecological Research and BioResources Development

Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (928KB/PDF)
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Phytoremediation of Petroleum Impacted Soils at a Semi-Arid Land Application Site
Marjorie Bedessem, Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering, University of Wyoming
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Pilot Scale Constructed Wetland System for Wastewater Treatment at the BP Amoco Former Casper Refinery
Ari Ferro, Phytokinetics, Inc.
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Overview of ALCOA, Mt. Holly Enhanced Natural Systems Project
Walter Eifert, Roux Associates, Inc.
Kevin Kitzman, Alcoa, Inc.

Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (6.38MB/PDF)
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Monitoring CO2 Sequestration in Forests
Sandra Brown, Winrock International
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Session 4: Site Revitalization and Brownfields Tuesday, March 4, 2003
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Ecological and Supply Side Integrity Issues Associated with Brownfield Redevelopment - A Canadian Perspective
Terry McIntyre, Environment Canada — Technology and Industry Branch
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (1.68MB/PDF)
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Restoration and Remediation of a Chlorinated Solvent Site in Oregon
Lee Newman, University of South Carolina and the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (5.31MB/PDF)
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Reusing Superfund Sites and How Phytoremediation Fits In
John Harris, US EPA, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response (Superfund)
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (3.18MB/PDF)
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Refinery Redevelopment: A Rags to Riches Brownfields Story
David Tsao, BP Group Environmental Management
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (2.12MB/PDF)
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Phytoremediation: The Link Between Ecological Risk Assessment and Restored Ecosystems
John Fletcher, Department of Botany and Microbiology, University of Oklahoma
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Session 5A: Recalcitrant Soil Contaminants Tuesday, March 4, 2003
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The Potential for Phytoremediating PCBs and DDT
Barbara Zeeb, Environmental Sciences Group, Royal Military College of Canada
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Rhizosphere-Enhanced Treatment of PAHs at Cold, Remote Locations; Challenges of Application and Monitoring
Mike Reynolds, Engineer Research Development Center, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (4.30MB/PDF)
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Rhizoremediation of PCBs: Mechanistic and Field Investigations
Mary Beth Leigh, Department of Botany and Microbiology, University of Oklahoma
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Influence of Vegetation on PAH Bioavailability
Elizabeth Guthrie-Nichols, North Carolina State University
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Engineering Enzymes and Plants to Remediate Persistent Pollutants
Michel Sylvestre, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique INRS-Institut Armand-Frappier
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (36.39MB/PDF)
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Session 5B: Phytoextraction Innovations Tuesday, March 4, 2003
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Phytoremediation Strategies for Mercury and Arsenic Pollution
Richard Meagher, University of Georgia, Genetics Department
Abstract | Presenter Bio
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Development of a Commercial Ni Phytoextraction Technology Using the Ni Hyperaccumulator Plant Alyssum murale
Rufus Chaney, USDA, ARS, Animal Manure & By-Products Lab
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (3.82MB/PDF)
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Phytoextraction and Phytovolatilization of Selenium from Se-Contaminated Environments
Norman Terry, University of California — Berkeley
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Phytoremediation Applications for Arsenic Contaminated Soil and Water
Michael Blaylock, Edenspace Systems Corporation
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (840KB/PDF)
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A Phytoextraction Decision Support System and Its Use in the Commercial Environment
Brett Robinson, HortResearch
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (2.20MB/PDF)
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Cadmium Phytoextraction by Woody Plants
Nicholas Dickinson, Liverpool John Moores University
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (3.75MB/PDF)
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Evening Workshop: Bioavailability Tuesday, March 4, 2003
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Elizabeth Guthrie Nichols, North Carolina State University
Mark Spenger

Presenter Bio
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Session 6: Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons Wednesday, March 5, 2003
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The RTDF TPH Subgroup Phytoremediation Trials: Results and Preliminary Conclusions
Peter Kulakow, Kansas State University
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (1.68MB/PDF)
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Session 7: ACAP I Regulatory Acceptance of Vegetative Covers Wednesday, March 5, 2003
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Alternative Landfill Covers: A State Perspective
Charles Johnson, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (536KB/PDF)
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U.S. EPA Decision to Use Phytoremediation at the Industrial Excess Landfill Superfund Site, Uniontown, Ohio
Ross del Rosario, US EPA, Region 5
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (1.83MB/PDF)
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Vegetative Covers: We're Not Out of the Woods Yet
Frank Klanchar, US EPA, Region 3
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (486KB/PDF)
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Evapotranspirative Covers at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Colorado: A Regulatory Perspective
Susan Chaki, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (1.32MB/PDF)
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Session 8: ACAP II Alternative Cover Assessment Program Performance Review Wednesday, March 5, 2003
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Field Performance of Conventional Covers in the Alternative Covers Assessment Program (ACAP)
Craig Benson, University of Wisconsin — Madison
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (1.07MB/PDF)
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Field Tests and Simulations of Alternative Covers in the Alternative Cover Assessment Program (ACAP)
Bill Albright, Desert Research Institute
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (3.31MB/PDF)
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Experiences with "Sponge and Pump" Tree Covers
Eric Aitchison, Ecolotree
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (1.45MB/PDF)
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Waste Management Inc. Experience with ACAP and Phytoremediation Projects
John Baker, Waste Management, Inc.
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (2.38MB/PDF)
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Session 9: Vegetative Covers Wednesday, March 5, 2003
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Intercode Comparisons for Simulating the Water Balance of Engineered Covers in Semiarid Regions
Bridget Scanlon, University of Texas at Austin, Jackson School of Geosciences
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (367KB/PDF)
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The Design and Performance of Mine Waste Cover Systems
Ward Wilson, University of British Columbia
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Calibration and Validation of Unsaturated Flow Models
Ed Kavazanjian, Jr., Geosyntec
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Effects of Landfill Gas on Vegetation and on Cover Performance
Mark Ankeny, Geosciences Research Department, Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL)
Abstract | Presenter Bio | Presentation (4.76MB/PDF)
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