EHS Support Experts to Present at Battelle’s Eleventh International Conference on the Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments

Several members of EHS Support’s Sediment & Risk Assessment (SRA) team will be presenting and participating in the 2023 Battelle Sediments Conference this week, January 9-12, in Austin, Texas. Be sure to stop by and visit our team at Booth #120.

EHS Support SRA team members in attendance will include:

Presentation topics will include:

Tuesday, January 10 – Poster Session 5:45 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

  • The Effect of Data Transformation Methods on the Interpretation of a Principal Components Analysis of Sediment Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons. A.E. Wilkes, S.P. Parker, J.R. Flanders, and G.R. Long. Austin Wilkes (EHS Support/USA). Session A3. Contaminant Forensics.
  • Demonstration of Monitored Natural Recovery of Chlorinated Benzene-Impacted Sediments in a Freshwater Canal. G.R. Long, J. Collins, S.A. Morgan, and S. Norcross. Gary Long (EHS Support/USA). Session D3. Monitored Natural Recovery (MNR) and Enhanced MNR.

Wednesday, January 11 – Poster Session 5:45 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

  • A Framework for Evaluating Legacy Sediment Quality Behind Dams to Prioritize Proactive Sediment Assessment and Management. G.R. Long, J.K. Decker, S.P. Parker, N.W.E. Goulding, and A. Patz. Gary Long (EHS Support/USA). Session B8. Advanced Data Analysis and Decision Tools.
  • The Application of Soil Rhizon Samplers for Understanding Sediment Pore Water Conditions in a Coastal Wetland. S.P. Parker, A.E. Wilkes, and G.R. Long. Samuel Parker (EHS Support/USA). Session A10. Field Sampling Methods and Techniques.

About the Conference (

The 2023 Sediments Conference will be a forum for sharing research results, practical experiences, and innovative approaches to investigating, remediating, and restoring the environmental and economic vitality of waterways and aquatic systems. The program reflects the growing body of knowledge about better ways to manage contaminated sediment systems using state-of-the-science data collection, analysis, and visualization, along with novel approaches in remedy design and implementation.

The 2023 program includes sessions and panel discussions focused on emerging contaminants and critical considerations in sediment management and remediation, including characterization and management of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), beneficial use of contaminated sediments, climate change, advanced data analytics to improve decision-making and remedy design, and incorporating environmental justice from project inception through completion stages.

Not attending the 2023 Sediments Conference? Contact us to obtain a copy of the presentation abstracts.



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