National Defense Industrial Association
June 10-13, 2013 - New Orleans, Louisiana

Range Management Track 

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The following sessions will be presented under the Range Management Tracks. Click on a specific day below, or scroll to browse through each day. Click on the abstract number to view the abstract submitted.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Morning Concurrent Sessions - Range Management
8077 - Quantifying Munitions Constituents (MC) Loading Rates at Operational Ranges; Mr. Mike Madl, Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.

8078 - Range Sustainment: Assessing Marine Corps Operational Small Arms Ranges (SARs); Ms. Alicia Fogg, Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.

8090 - Developing the Execution Framework for the Army’s MMRP RI/FS Phase; Mr. Mark Albe, Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.

8120 - Sediment Characterization and Metal Bioavailability within a Range Complex, MCRD Parris Island, South Carolina; Mr. Daniel Tomczak, CH2M HILL

NEPA and Sustainable Ranges; Dr. Paul Thies, US Army Environmental Command

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Range Management
8183 - Army Progress on Operational Range Assessments; Mr. Malcolm Garg, OACSIM

8190 - Use of Military Aviation Assets for Restoration of Rangelands and Forests; Mr. Mark Hodges, Sr., MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Inc.

8215 - Conducting the Army’s ORAP Phase II, Quantitative Assessment – Pilot Studies; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District

8273 - Centralized Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) Data Collection Effort; Mr. Francis T. Boylan III, USAEC/Ageiss Environmental, Inc.

8249 - Commonweatlth of Virginia and DoD Environmental Partnership; Ms. Giannina Ienco, Booz Allen Hamilton

8292 - Low Impact Development - Environmental Management; Ms. Catherine Broad, DoD, WHS, Engineering & Technical Services

Thursday, May 7, 2009
Morning Concurrent Sessions - Range Management
8074 - Range Sustainability Design and Management Strategies for Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island (MCRDPI); Mr. Timothy Harrington, Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island

8071 - Groundwater Evaluation Process for the USMC’s REVA Program; Mr. Shane McDonald, Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.

8070 - Surface Water Screening-Level Methods for Assessing Marine Corps Operational Ranges; Dr. Edidia Nefso, Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.

8075 - REVA: A Case Study at Marine Corps Installation; Ms. Jennifer Simmons, HQ Marine Corps

8181 - Considerations in Munitions Debris Management: An Analysis of Options and Trends; Mr. Jim Abbott, Battelle

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