TVA Kingston Fly Ash Release:
Environmental Studies in Progress – SETAC 2010
TVA organized a special platform session and a complementing poster session on the environmental investigations underway at the Kingston site for the annual meeting of the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) in Portland, OR in November 2010.
The session “TVA Kingston Fly Ash Release: A Case Study in Environmental Investigations of Coal Ash Toxicity,” had 8 speaker presentations and 17 posters presenting results of investigations by researchers from TVA, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US Army Corps of Engineers, Arcadis, Inc., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Duke University, Appalachian State University, Middle Tennessee State University, Environmental Standards, Inc. and Restoration Services, Inc.
Abstracts of all presentations are linked below, along with a copy of each of the 8 platform presentations and 14 of the 17 poster presentations.
TVA Kingston Ash Recovery Project Regulatory Overview
Generating Meaningful Environmental Data in the Midst of an Emergency Response
TVA Kingston Fly Ash Transport and Fate Study
Fly Ash Geochemistry: Current Course of Investigations
Evaluation of Risks to Fish Reproduction from the Kingston Steam Plant Coal Ash Spill
An Integrated Health Assessment of Fish Populations Exposed to Fly Ash Releases at the TVA Kingston Facility
Bioaccumulation, Maternal Transfer, and Effects of the TVA Kingston Ash Spill
Environmental Assessment and Management Programs for the TVA Kingston Ash Recovery Project
Integrated Ecotoxicological Research Program – TVA Kingston Ash Recovery Project
Characterization of Coal Ash Associated with a Release of Fly Ash at TVA’s Kingston Fossil Plant
Evaluation of Impacts on Surface Water Quality Associated with a Release of Fly Ash at TVA’s Kingston Fossil Plant
Producing Defensible Environmental Data Using Modified and Non-Standard Methodology
Ash Migration Investigation Using Sub-Bottom Profiler near the Kingston Ash Spill
Characterization of Survival and Growth Effects Observed in Hyalella azteca Exposures to Fly Ash
Assessment of Bioaccumulation of Fly-Ash Associated Metals by Fish in the Area of the TVA Kingston Fly Ash Release
Fly Ash and Mercury: Does Selenium in Ash Inhibit Methylmercury Bioaccumulation?
Accumulation of Potential Fly Ash Contaminants by Aquatic Invertebrates Downstream of the Tennessee Valley Authority Kingston Fossil Plant
The Effects of Fly Ash Release from the TVA Kingston Steam Plant on Fish and Benthic Macroinvertebrate Communities
Initial Assessment of Trace Element Exposure in Insectivorous Birds Nesting Near the Kingston Ash Spill
An Overview of Ecological Studies of Wildlife Potentially Impacted by the Kingston Ash Spill
Baseline Ecological Risk Assessment Strategy for the TVA Kingston Fly Ash Recovery Project
Evaluation of Human Health Risk from Potential Exposures to Fly Ash at the TVA Kingston Fly Ash Recovery Project
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