New & Notable

Event Series

Environmental Dynamics and Exposure Pathways of Subsurface Contaminants

Through a series of complementary topical sessions, explore scientific issues concerning transport, transformation, and exposure pathways of subsurface contaminants, such as metals, organics, and radionuclides.  Examples from a wide range of potential applications include waste site management decision-making, characterizing the spread of contaminants from abandoned mines, and pollution prevention planning for energy development.

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Management of Legionella in Water Systems

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will undertake a project on the management of Legionella in water systems. Legionella is a bacterium found in drinking water distribution systems, premise plumbing, hot tubs, hot water heaters, cooling towers, fountains, and other building water systems.