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1992 Work Plan

Appendix B

ARCS Library Repositories

Ashtabula River
Ashtabula County District Library
Attn: Bill Tokarczyk
335 West 44th
Ashtabula Ohio 44004
Tel: (216) 997-9341

Buffalo River
Buffalo and Erie County Public Library
ATTN: Science Department
Lafayette Square
Buffalo, New York 14203
Tel: (716) 858-7101

J.P. Dudley Branch Library
Attn: Marjorie Piegay
2010 South Park Avenue
Buffalo, New York 14220
Tel: (716) 823-1854

State University College at Buffalo
Attn: Butler Library
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, New York 14222
Tel: (716) 878-6331

Grand Calumet River
Gary Public Library
ATTN: Mrs. Watkins
220 West 5th Street
Gary, Indiana 46202
Tel: (219) 886-2484

East Chicago Public Library
Attn: Adena Fitzgerald
2401 E. Columbus Drive
East Chicago, Indiana 46312
Tel: (219) 397-2453

Indiana University-Northwest
Attn: Government Documents
3400 Broadway
Gary, Indiana 46408
Tel: (219) 980-6580

Saginaw River
Hoyt Library
Attn: Michigan Room
505 Janes Street
Saginaw, Michigan 48605
Tel: (517) 755-0904

Bay City Branch Library
Attn: Barbara Fisher
708 Center Avenue
Bay City, Michigan 48708
Tel: (517) 893-9566

Saginaw Valley State University
Attn: Zahnow Library (reference)
2250 Pierce Road
University Center, Michigan 48710
Tel: (517) 790-4240

Sheboygan River
Mead Public Library
Attn: Sue Mathews
710 Plaza 8
Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081
Tel: (414) 459-3432

Additional Repositories

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Great Lakes National Program Office, G-12J
Attn: Librarian
77 West Jackson Boulevard
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Tel: (312) 353-7932

Lake Michigan Federation
59 East Van Buren
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Tel: (312) 939-0838

International Joint Commission
Great Lakes Regional Office
Attn: Pat Murray
100 Ouellette Avenue
Windsor, Ontario N9A 6T3
Tel: (313) 226-2170

Appendix C

ARCS Publications and Repository Contributions

ARCS Publications:

  1. Literature Summaries:
    1. December 1990. Information Summary, Area of Concern: Ashtabula River, Ohio (H. E. Tatem/ D. L. Brandon/C. R. Lee/J. W. Simmers/J. G. Skogerboe);
    2. March 1991. Information Summary, Area of Concern: Buffalo River, New York (C. R. Lee/ D. L. Brandon/J. W. Simmers/H. E. Tatem/ J. G. Skogerboe);
    3. March 1991. Information Summary, Area of Concern: Grand Calumet River, Indiana (J. W. Simmers/C. R. Lee/D. L. Brandon/H. E. Tatem/J. G. Skogerboe);
    4. March 1991. Information Summary, Area of Concern: Saginaw River and Saginaw Bay (D. L. Brandon/C. R. Lee/J. W. Simmers/H. E. Tatem/J. G. Skogerboe);
    5. March 1991. Information Summary, Area of Concern: Sheboygan River, Wisconsin (J. G. Skogerboe/C. R. Lee/D. L. Brandon/J. W. Simmers/H. E. Tatem);
  2. Technology Reviews
    1. Bioremediation of Contaminated Sediments with Special Emphasis on Great Lakes; July 17-19, 1990. USEPA.
    2. Review and Synthesis of Bioassessment Methodologies for Freshwater Contaminated Sediments (T. Dillon/A. Gibson) 1990.
    3. Review of Removal, Containment and Treatment Technologies for Remediation of Contaminated Sediment in the Great Lakes (D. Averett/B. Perry/E. Torrey) 1990.
  3. Miscellaneous ARCS
    1. ARCS Work Plans
    2. "ARCS Update" Newsletters
    3. Great Lakes National Program Office: Sediment Remediation Technologies Selection--Federal Register, Volume 56, No. 85, sn/sl.

Non-ARCS Contributions to Library Repositories:

  1. Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement
  2. IJC Documents:
    1. December 1988. Procedures for the Assessment of Contaminated Sediment Problems in Great Lakes;
    2. December 1988. Options for the Remediation of Contaminated Sediments in Great Lakes;
    3. March 1990. Proceedings of Technology Transfer Symposium for Remediation of Contaminated Sediments in the Great Lakes Basin;
    4. 1991. Report on Great Lakes Water Quality (when available);
    5. 1991 Report on Great Lakes Water Quality Appendix A, "Progress in Developing and Implementing Remedial Action Plans for Areas of Concern" (when available).
  3. Clean Water Act
  4. Draft Material from Ontario Ministry of Environment: "Development of the Ontario Provincial Sediment Quality Guidelines for PCBs and the Organochlorine Pesticides" (R. Jaagumagi).
  5. Draft Material from Ontario Ministry of Environment: "Development of the Ontario Provincial Sediment Quality Guidelines for PCBs and the Organochlorine Pesticides" (R. Jaagumagi).
  6. June, 1990. Workshop on Innovative Technologies for Treatment of Contaminated Sediments, USEPA.
  7. Interim Sediment Criteria Values for Nonpolar Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants. USEPA.
  8. April 1991. Sediment Management Standards, Chapter 173-204 WAC, Washington State Department of Ecology
  9. 1989 Lake Michigan Federation Citizens Guide: "Cleaning up Contaminated Sediment" (J. Sullivan/A. Bixby)
  10. December 1988. Conference Proceedings for Merrillville Sediment Conference: "The Sediment Solution" (James W. Ahl)
  11. EPA Headquarters Contaminated Sediments News:
    1. Issue No. 1--August, 1989
    2. Issue No. 2--April 1990
    3. Issue No. 3--April 1991
  12. Great Lakes Critical Programs Act of 1990
  13. May, 1991. Chronological Development of Water and Sediment Criteria and National "Guidelines" Concepts. USEPA

 


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