William E. Kastenberg

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Acknowledgments A number of dedicated individuals have contributed to the research and preparation of these recommendations. The authors would like to thank the following individuals for their dedication, expertise, and hard work that made this project successful. Executive Summary This historical leaking underground fuel tank (LUFT) case study report is(More)
In this paper, assumptions regarding future land use as a key uncertainty is considered and its impact on risk analysis for contaminated sites is assessed. Risks are assessed for two land use scenarios (current-use industrial and future use residential) using probabilistic models that incorporate uncertainty and variability in the exposure parameters.(More)
–This paper is intended to provide some preliminary thinking regarding the foundations and general framework for assessing and managing the risks of Generation IV nuclear energy systems. The keyword here is system, in that an " ecological " approach is required. Formally, ecology is defined as the study of the biological relationships between a living(More)
– The complexity inherent in the newest technologies as well as the complexity inherent in the multiplicity and diversity of societal needs and perspectives in relation to those technologies calls for a new approach to undergraduate engineering education. We believe this new approach requires a paradigmatic shift from a linear reductionist mindset to a(More)
supportive, and have provided the necessary Air Force guidance and backing for this effort. Charles Lee, of the AFCEE Regional Compliance Office in San Francisco, has been the champion of this effort within the military community, and has worked tirelessly to create and sustain this Program. His Risk Execution Strategy for Clean-Up of the Environment(More)