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World of Coal Ash 2013

World of Coal Ash (WOCA) is an international conference organized by the American Coal Ash Association and the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research. The 2013 conference was the fifth joint biennial meeting of the two organizations. These meetings focus on the science, applications and sustainability of coal ash worldwide.

TVA organized a special platform session and several supplemental posters on the environmental investigations underway at the Kingston site for the 2013 WOCA conference in Lexington, Kentucky.  These presentations show results of investigations by researchers from TVA and contractors.

Agenda and abstracts for the entire WOCA conference:


Kingston Ash Spill - What Happened and Why?


A Long-term Monitoring Plan for the TVA Kingston Ash Spill

Closure of the Failed Ash Dredge Cell at Kingston - The Engineering Challenge

Effects of the Kingston Ash Release on Fish and Benthic Invertibrate Assemblages

Effects of the Kingston Ash Release on Fish Reproduction and Larval Fish

Evaluation of Remediation Alternatives and Selected Remedial Actions

Long-term Sediment Toxicity Bioassays

Porewater Studies Subsequent to the Kingston Ash Event

Reproduction in Aquatic and Terrestrial Wildlife Following Remdiation of the TVA Coal Ash Spill in Kingston, TN




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