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  Proceedings Report, Symposium on Cooling Water Intake Technologies to Protect Aquatic Organisms (477 pp, 19.7 MB) (EPA/625/C-05/002) March 2005

This symposium brought together professionals from federal, state, and tribal regulatory agencies; industry; environmental organizations; engineering consulting firms; science and research organizations; academia; and other organizations concerned with mitigating harm to the aquatic environment by cooling water intake structures.

The efficacy and costs of various technologies to mitigate impacts on aquatic organisms from cooling water intake structures, as well as research and other future needs, were discussed. The symposium was cosponsored by:

  • EPA's Office of Water and Office of Research and Development
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • U.S. Department of Energy
  • Electric Power Research Institute

The symposium was held in cooperation with Riverkeeper, Inc., the Utility Water Act Group, and Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission. It was held May 6–7, 2003, in Arlington, Virginia.

This CD presents the proceedings of the symposium. It includes technical papers, copies of the slides used by presenters, a transcription of questions and answers, and other information presented.

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