OUTREACH PROJECTS


Additional Education and Training Opportunities at PORTS


OU will provide facilities for and sponsor training covering technical software packages used in support of the PORTS’ environmental cleanup mission or topics facilitating the completion of the PORTS’ environmental cleanup mission.  Examples of software packages are the Visual Sampling Program (VSP), the Spatial Analysis and Decision Assistance (SADA) program, and the Residual Radiation (RESRAD) programs. An example of a topic is the basis for and implementation of requirements of the Multiagency Radiation Survey and Site Investigation Manual (MARSSIM) and its associated technical guidance. Expected participants at the training sessions are personnel from DOE, DOE contractors, regulatory agencies, and the public. Two training sessions per year should be planned.



Principal Investigator
             
Stephanie Howe and Ani Ruhil


Visuals/Multimedia
None at this time

Presentations
Education and Training Opportunities_Task 3.pdf
Hedonic Models Presentation (final).pdf

Argonne National Laboratory

Training Session

A full-day technical training that is geared toward contractors, regulators, and staff working at the site. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided at the full day technical training. 


Day Module 1 Welcome and Introduction.pdf
Day Module 2 Restoration Process Overview.pdf
Day Module 3 Terms and Concepts.pdf
Day Module 4 Sources of Decision Uncertainty.pdf
Day Module 5 Triad Toolbox.pdf
Day Module 6 Ashland 2 Case Study.pdf
Day Module 7 Incremental Sampling.pdf
Day Module 8 Paducah Case Study.pdf
Day Module 9 XRF.pdf
Day Module 10 Throop Case Study.pdf

Education Session

A two hour evening educational overview for the stakeholder community and general public.

Evening Module 1 Welcome and Introduction.pdf
Evening Module 2 Restoration Process Overview.pdf
Evening Module 3 Terms and Concepts.pdf
Evening Module 4 Sources of Decision Uncertainty.pdf
Evening Module 5 Triad Toolbox.pdf
Evening Module 6 Paducah Case Study.pdf


Reports
The Use of Hedonic Models in the Analysis of Nuclear Facilities' Impacts on Property Values: A Survey of the Economic Literature