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1.   156th National Meeting ‑ American Chemical Society Lanthanide Ions as Sensitive Probes in Organic Photochemistry Presented by N. Filipescu, 1968.

2.   160th National Meeting ‑ American Chemical Society ‑ Energy Transfer from Aromatic Ketones to Lanthanide Ions in Rigid Matrix, 1970.

3.   6th Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting ‑ American Chemical Society - Triplet Energy Transfer to Lanthanide Ion Acceptors in Frozen Solution, 1971.

4.   49th Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science ‑ Terbic Ion as a Sensitive Probe in Organic Photochemistry.  Presented by a Senior Research Student, 1970.

5.   49th Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science ‑ Triplet State Energy Transfer in Rigid Matrix, 1970.

6.   5Oth Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science The Photoreduction of p,p'‑Dimethoxybenzophenone, 1971.

7.   7th Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting ‑ American Chemical Society Terbic Ion as a Sensitive Probe in Organic Photochemistry:  The Dimerization of Norborene, 1972.

8.   23rd Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy Cleveland, Ohio ‑ The Quantitative Determination of Lanthanide Ions in Solution, 1972.

9.   American Physical Society Meeting, San Diego, CA Optical Measurements of the Zaikin‑Zhabotinsky Reagent.  Presented by E.V. Mielczarek, 1972.

10.  8th Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting ‑ American Chemical Society Inter Molecular Energy Transfer Between Lanthanide Ions, 1973.

11.  52nd Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science ‑ Intermolecular  Energy Transfer for Quantitatively Determining Eu+3 and Tb+3 in Solution, 1973.

12.  52nd Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science ‑ Measurements of the Zaikin‑Zhabotinsky Reagent.  Presented by a Senior Research student, 1973.

13.  Biochemistry/Biophysics, Minneapolis, Minn ‑ The Use of Lanthanide Ions as Fluorescent Probes for DNA.  Presented by G. Yonuschot, 1974.

14.  F.A.S.E.B., Atlantic City, NJ, 1975 ‑ The Stiochiometry of Terbium Binding to DNA.  Presented by G. Yonuschot.

15.  American Physical Society Meeting, Atlanta, Ga, 1976 ‑ Catalyzed Oscillatory Reactions.  Presented by E.V. Mielczarek.

16.  55th Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science 1976 ‑ Energy Transfer in Frozen Solution.

17.  55th Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science 1976 ‑ Manganese Catalyzed Oscillatory Reactions.

18.  International Rare Earth Conference, Vail, CO, 1976 ‑ Lanthanide Ions as Sensitive Fluorescent Probes for Mononucleotides and Polynucleotides.

19.  11th Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting of American Chemical Society (1976).

20.  ConFab 82, Laramie, Wyo., July, 1982 ‑ Free Radical Reactions Related to Fuel Research.

21.  183rd National Meeting ‑ A.C.S., Kansas City, Mo. 1982 ‑  Pyrolysis Reactions of Organic Compounds Containing Long Unbranched Alkyl Groups. Presented by Robert N. Hazlett.

22.  Conference on Stability of Middle Distillate Fuels, Washington, D.C., October 1982 ‑ Oxygen Reactive Species.

23.  Invited Seminar, Gulf Oil Corp. Pittsburgh, PA., December 1982, Free Radical Reactions.

24.  Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting, A.C.S., April 8, 1983, Photolysis of Alkylbenzenes. Presented by Wayne Stalick.

25.  Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting, A.C.S., April 8, 1983, Pyrolysis Free Radical Reactions.

26.  Chemical Society of Washington Mini‑meeting April 14, 1983, Synthesis and Characterization of a Heteroaromatic Ladder Polymer.Presented by Patricia Etienne (senior research student).

27.  62nd Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, May 1983, Photolysis of Monosubstituted Unbranched Long Chain Cyclic Systems.  Presented by Wayne Stalick.

28.  62nd Meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, May 1983, Preparation and Study of Electrical Conductivity of a Heteroaromatic Ladder Polymer, BBL. Presented by Patricia Etienne (senior research student).

29.  34th S.E.R.M.‑A.C.S., Charlotte, N.C., Nov. 9‑11, 1983.  Energy Transfer from Mononucleotides to Lanthanide Ions in Rigid Glass.

30.   34th S.E.R.M.‑A.C.S., Charlotte, NC, A Comparison of the Photolysis of Long and Short Chain Alkylbenzenes. Presented by W.M. Stalick, Nov 9‑11, 1983.

31.   l86th National Meeting A.C.S., Washington, D.C., Liquid Phase Oxidation of Aldehydes by Hydroperoxides, August 28‑September 2, 1983.

32.   l87th National Meeting A.C.S., St. Louis Mo., Liquid Phase Oxidation in Aliphatic Solvent April 9‑13, 1984.

33.   l8th MARM‑ACS, Whitehaven, PA, Pyrolysis of Long Chain Alkyl Pyridines, May 21‑23, l984.

34.   Confab 84 (A national fossil energy conference), Laramie, Wyoming, Free Radical Sulfur Reactions, July l984. 

35.   l88th National Meeting A.C.S.,Philadelphia, Pa.  Liquid Phase Oxidations of Aliphatic Sulfides, Aug. 26‑31,l984. 

36.   l88th National Meeting A.C.S. Philadelphia, Pa. Nitrogen Compound Induced Instability in Shale derived Diesel Fuels, Aug. 26‑31, 1984.  Presented by John V. Cooney.

37.   35th S.E.R.M. ‑ A.C.S., Raleigh, N.C., Pyrolysis of Alkyl Aromatic Compounds Oct 24‑26, 1984.

38.   189th National Meeting A.C.S., Miami Beach, FL., Separation and GC/MS Analysis of Petroluem Derived Fuels, April 29 ‑ May 3, 1985.

39.   18th Oil Shale Symposium, Grand Junction, Co., Pyrolysis of Model Alkyl Pyridine Compounds, April 22‑25, 1985.

40.   19th M.A.R.M.‑A.C.S., Monmouth, N.J., Pyrolysis of Alkyl Substituted Pyridines, Presented by Jacqueline Hohman (research student) May 21‑23, 1985.

41.   19th M.A.R.M.‑A.C.S., Monmouth, N.J., Intramolecular Energy Transfer Between Nitrogen Ligand Donors and Lanthanide Ion Acceptors, Presented by John M. Watkins, Jr. (research student) May 21‑23, 1985.

42.   19th M.A.R.M.‑A.C.S., Monmouth, N.J., Conducting Polymers: Synthetic Metals, Presented by  Lissante LoBianco (research student) May 21‑23, 1985.

43.   Symposium on Mid‑Distillate Fuels Stability Washington, D.C., Oxidation of Sulfur Compounds by Hydroperoxides, May 29, 1985.

44.   10th International Congress of Heterocyclic Chemistry, Guelph, Canada, Structure vs Reactivity of Model Long Chain Alkyl Pyridines at 450EC, Presented by W. Stalick, Aug. 11‑16, 1985.

45.   Fossil Fuel Conference, Granby, CO., Relationship of Organic Nitrogen Content to the Stability Characteristics for Three Shale Derived Middle Distillate Fuels, Aug. 3‑7, 1985.

46.   190th National Meeting A.C.S., Chicago Ill., Characterization and Stability Properties of Polar Extracts Derived from a Recent Shale Liquid, Sept. 8‑13. 1985.

47.   Society of Applied Spectroscopy, Baltimore, MD, Pyrolysis Reactions of Model Alkyl Pyridine Compounds, March 18, 1986. Presented by Roobik Yaghoubi (research student).

48.   191st National Meeting A.C.S., New York, Liquid Phase Oxidation of Alkyl Sulfides and Thiols by Hydroperoxides, April 14‑19, 1986.

49.   191st National Meeting A.C.S., New York, Determination of Liquid and Solid Phase Composition in Partially Frozen Middle Distillate Fuels, April 14‑19, 1986.

50.   64th Virginia Academy of Science, Harrisonburg, VA, Free Radical Decomposition of Shale Oil Constitutents at 450C: Disubstituted Pyridines, May 13‑16, 1986, presented by R. Yaghoubi (research student).

51.   64th Virginia Academy of Science, Harrisonburg, VA, Free Radical Decomposition of Tetralin and Decalin, May 13‑16, 1986, presented by G. Lacy (research student).

52.   17th International Rare Earth Research Conference, Hamilton, Canada, Terbium and Europium Ions as Sensitive Probes in Organic Photochemistry, June 9‑12, 1986.

53.   International Conference on Long Term Storage Stabilities of Liquid Fuels, San Antonio, Texas, July 29‑August 1, 1986, Effects of Shale‑Derived Polar Compounds on Diesel Fuel Stability, presented by E. Beal

54.   International Conference on Long Term Storage Stabilities of Liquid Fuels, San Antonio, Texas, July 29‑August 1, 1986, Liquid Phase Oxidation of Sulfur Compounds.

55.   192nd National Meeting, A.C.S., Anaheim CA, GC/MS Analysis of Oxidized Sulfur Compounds, September 7‑12, 1986. 

56.   20th MARM‑ACS, Baltimore, MD, September 2‑4, 1986, 3 papers presented by Research Students.

57.   Liquid Phase Oxidation of Alkyl and Aromatic Thiols by Hydroperoxides. Presented by J. Watkins.

58.   "Pyrolysis Reactions of Model Alkyl Pyridines." Presented by R. Yaghoubi.  "Tetralin and Decalin Decomposition at 450C."  Presented by G. Lacy.

59.   Invited Seminar ‑ "Organo‑Sulfur Compound Oxidation", October 2, 1986, Southeastern Massachusetts University, North Dartmouth, Mass.

60.   Invited Seminar ‑ "Liquid Phase Oxidation Reactions of Organic Compounds", December 5, 1986, Catholic University, Washington, D.C.

61.   Society of Applied Spectroscopy, Baltimore ‑ Washington Section "Decomposition of Small Organic Molecules by AC Discharge", March 17, 1987 (presented by N. Smyth, research student).

62.   193rd National Meeting, A.C.S., Denver, CO, "Liquid Phase Co‑Oxidation of Thiophenol and Olefins by Oxygen and t‑Butyl Hydroperoxide", April 5 ‑ 10, 1987.

63.   193rd National Meeting, A.C.S., Denver, CO, "Reactions Involving Hydro‑ peroxide Formation in Jet Fuels", April 5 ‑ 10, 1987.

64.   Chemical Society of Washington, Meeting in Minature, Georgetown University, "Alkane Decomposition by AC Discharge", April 16, 1987 (presented by N. Smyth ‑ research student).

65.   Chemical Society of Washington, George Mason University, "Peroxides in Fuels", May 14, 1987 (presented by J. Watkins).

66.   21st MARM ‑ A.C.S. ‑ Pomona, N.J., "Air Purification by High Voltage AC Discharge", (presented by N. Smyth) May 19 ‑ 21, 1987.

67.   65th Virginia Academy of Science Meeting, Norfolk, VA, "Indoor Radon Levels in Virginia", (presented by D. Mose) May 19 ‑ 21, 1987.

68.   ConFab 87, Granby, Colorado, "Liquid Phase Oxidation of Organo‑Sulfur Compounds by t‑Butyl Hydroperoxide and Oxygen,"  July 27 ‑ 31, 1987.

69.   194th National Meeting ‑ A.C.S. ‑ New Orleans, "Regional Levels of Indoor Radon in Virginia and Maryland", August 30 ‑ September 4, 1987.

70.   194th National Meeting ‑ A.C.S. ‑ New Orleans, "Liquid Phase Oxidation of Thiophene Compounds by tert‑Butyl Hydroperoxide", August 30 ‑ September 4, 1987.

71.   Invited Seminar, George Washington University, Liquid Phase Oxidation of Sulfur Components in Shale Derived Fuels, September 18, 1987.

72.   GSA National Meeting, Pheonix, Arizona, Correlation Between Indoor Radon and Geology in VA & MD, (presented by D. Mose), October 26‑29, 1987.

73.   Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Studies of the Anthraquinone Radical Anion, SERM, Orlando, Florida, November 6, 1987. (presented by M. Deanhardt)

74.   Invited Seminar ‑ Atlantic Research Corp., Springfield, VA.  "Liquid Phase Oxidation of Organo‑Sulfur Components in Middle Distillate Fuels", November 11, 1987.

75.   Thermal Reactions of Model Alkyl Pyridines, Society of Applied Spectroscopy, March 1, 1988, Bethesda, MD. (presented By S. Beheshti, research student).

76.   Geology and Time Dependent Indoor Radon Variations in VA and MD, N.E., GSA, Brunswick, ME, March 10‑12, 1988.  (presented by D. Mose).

77.   Seasonal Variation of Indoor Radon, Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting, ACS, March 1988, Las Vegas, Nevada.

78.   Characterization of Polar Extracts from Two Petroleum Derived Distillate Fuels, Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting, ACS, March 27‑30, 1988, Las Vegas, Nevada.

79.   Free Radical Reactions and GC/MS Analysis of Alkyl Substituted Pyridines, Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting, ACS, March 27‑30, 1988, Las Vegas, NV. (R. Yaghoubi, research student).

80.   Hydroperoxide Formation and Reactivity in Jet Fuels, Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting, ACS, March 27‑30, 1988, Las Vegas, NV. (presented by J. Watkins).

81.   Comparison Between Activated Charcoal and Alpha‑Track Measurement of Indoor Radon in Homes in VA and MD,  37th Southeastern Meeting of the Geological Society of America, April 6‑8, 1988, Columbia, SC (D. Mose).

82.   Free Radical Reactions of Model Alkyl Pyridines, CSW‑Meeting in Minature April 14, 1988, (S. Beheshti, research student).

83.   Factors that Determine Indoor Radon Concentration in VA and Md: 1986‑1988, American Geophyysical Society, Baltimore, MD, May 16‑20, 1988, (D. Mose).

84.   Indoor Radon in Northern Virginia and Southern Maryland, MARM, ACS, May 24‑26, 1988, Millersville, PA.

85.   Pyrolysis Reactions of Model Shale Oil Components, MARM, ACS, May 24‑26, 1988, Millersville, PA (G. Lacy,undergraduate research student).

86.   Development of Criteria for Prediction of Indoor Radon, Virginia Academy of Science, May 26‑27, 1988, Charlottesville, VA (D. Mose).

87.   Pyrolysis of Crude Shale Oil Constitutents: The Pyridines, Virginia Academy of Science, May 26‑27, 1988, Charlottesville, VA (S. Beheshti).

88.   The Interaction of Geology, Weather and Home Construction of Indoor Radon in Northern Virginia and Southern Maryland, Northeastern Environmental Science Conference, May 31‑June 2, 1988, Albany, NY (D. Mose).

89.   Organo‑Sulfur Compounds and Fuel Stability, ConFab 88, Granby, CO, Aug 1‑5, 1988.

90.   International Geological Congress, Washington, DC, Aug 9‑19, 1988.

91.    Jet Fuel Instability: Organo‑Sulfur and Hydroperoxide Interactions, International Conference on Stability and Handling of Fuels, Sept 13‑16, 1988, London, England.

92.    Hydroperoxide Formation and Reactivity in Jet Fuels, International Conference on Stability and Handling of Fuels, Sept 13‑16, 1988 London, England (J. Watkins).

93.   Evaluation of Maps used to Predict Indoor Radon, American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists, Bethesda, MD, Sept. 20‑21, 1988.

94.    Symposium on Radon and Radon Reduction Technology, EPA, Year Long Radon Survey in Virginia and Maryland:  Results from 1500 Homes, Denver, Colorado, Oct. 18‑21, 1988.

95.    Symposium on Radon and Radon Reduction Technology, EPA, Uncertainties for Radon Monitors:  Single Measurements vs Annual Measurements, Denver, Colorado, Oct. 18‑21, 1988 (D. Mose).

96.    Prediction of Indoor Radon and Home Remediation in Fairfax County, VA and Montgomery County, MD.  Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, Oct. 31‑Nov 3, 1988 (D. Mose).

97.    Indoor Radon Over a One Year Period in VA and MD, Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Arlington, VA, Nov. 3‑17, 1988.

98.   Home owner Risk Assessment Using Inexpensive Indoor Monitors, Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Arlington, VA, Nov 3‑17, 1988 (D. Mose).

99.   Soil to Indoor Radon Ratios and the Prediction of Indoor Radon, Geological Society of America Meeting, New Brunswick, NJ, March 22‑24, 1989.

100.  Development of Radon Potential Maps on a Regional Scale, Geological Society of America Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia. April 6‑9, 1989 (D. Mose).

101.  Cancer Associated with Drinking Radon Enriched Water, Geological Society of America Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia. April 6‑9, 1989 (D. Mose).

102.  Oxidation of Selected Organosulfur Compounds in Dodecane Over a Heated Metal Surface, 197th National Meeting, ACS, Dallas, Texas. April 9‑14, 1989.

103.  Interactive Chemical Effects:  Instability of Shale Derived Middle Distillate Fuels.  The Shale Oil Conference, Golden, Colorado. April 19‑23, 1989.

104.  Relationships Between Radon in Water, Indoor Radon and Cancer: A Case Study in Virginia and Maryland, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, American Geophysical Union, Baltimore, MD May 10‑11, 1989.

105.  Relationship Between Indoor Radon and Well Water Radon, George W. Mushrush, and Douglas G. Mose, Virginia Academy of Science, Richmond, VA, May 24‑26, 1989.

106.  Synthetic Lubricants: A Deuteration Study, Wayne M. Stalick and George W. Mushrush, Virginia Academy of Science, Richmond, VA, May 24‑26, 1989.

107.  GC/MS Analysis of Shale‑Derived Fuels, George W. Mushrush and Wayne M. Stalick, Virginia Academy of Science, Richmond, VA, May 24‑26, 1989.

108.  Winter to Winter Variations of Indoor Radon in VA and MD, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, 28th International Geological Congress, Washington, D.C., July , 9‑19, 1989.

109.  Hydroperoxide Formation and Decomposition Pathways and Their Relationship to Jet Fuel Instability, ConFab 89, George W. Mushrush, John M. Watkins, Erna J. Beal and Robert E. Morris, July 31 ‑ August 5, 1989, Laramie, Wyoming.

110.  Reactions Involving Organo‑Sulfur Compounds and Peroxide Formation in Jet Fuels, 198th National Meeting, ACS, George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal, John M. Watkins and Dennis R. Hardy, September 10‑15, 1989, Miami Beach.

111.  Radioactivity of Drinking Water in Virginia and Maryland, 198th National Meeting, ACS, George W. Mushrush and Douglas G. Mose, September 10‑15, 1989, Miami Beach.

112.  Sulfur Compound Effects on Diesel Fuel Storage Stability, 198th National Meeting, ACS, Robert N. Hazlett, George W. Mushrush and Wayne M. Stalick, September 10‑15, 1989, Miami Beach.

113.  Invited Seminar, Fuels Derived from Oil Shales:  GC/MS identification of Nitrogen Components, University of Central Florida, September 15, 1989.

114.  Identification of Radon Hazard Communities Using Zip Code Compilations, D. G. Mose, G. W. Mushrush and C. E. Chrosniak, American Assoc. of Radon Scientists and Technologists, October 16‑18, 1989, Baltimore, MD.

115.  Carcinogenic Properties of Radon Enriched Piedmont Groundwater in Virginia and Maryland, Conference on Ground Water in the Piedmont, October 16‑18,  1989, Charleston, SC.

116.  Comparisons Between the Carcinogenic Activity of Airborne Radon and Drinking Water Radon, Soc. of Environ. Toxic. and Chem., Oct. 28 ‑ Nov. 2, 1989. Toronto, Canada.

117.  Invited Seminar ‑ Northern Virginia Community College, Chemistry Research at GMU, November 3, 1989.

118.  State‑Sized Radon Hazard Maps Based on Zip Code Compilations, Geological Society of America, November 6‑9, 1989, St. Louis, MO.

119.  Invited Lecture ‑ Fossil Fuels and the Greenhouse Effect, Smithsonian Institution, January 30, 1990, Washington, DC.

120.  Estimation of Cancer Risk Associated with Drinking Radon Enriched Water, Health Phyics Society, February 4‑8, 1990. Atlantic City, NJ.

121.  Homeowner Induced Seasonal Variations in Indoor Radon, N.E. Section, Geologlical Society of America, March 4‑7, 1990, Syracuse, NY.

122.  Invited Seminar ‑ GC/MS Identification of Nitrogen Components of Middle Distillate Fuels Derived from Crude Shale Oil, March 29, 1990, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA.

123.  United States Radon Hazard Maps: Southeastern Section, S.E. Section Geological Society of America, April 5‑6, 1990, Tuscaloosa, AL.

124.  Virginia and Maryland: Natural Radiation in Air and Water, S.E. Section, Geological Society of America, April 5‑6, 1990, Tuscaloosa, AL.

125.  Natural Variation of Indoor Radon and Well Water Radon, Douglas Mose, Charles Chrosniak and George Mushrush, Conference on Geotechnology and the Environment, April 12‑13, 1990, Baltimore, MD.

126.  Chemical Basis of Instability of Shale‑Derived Middle Distillate Fuels. George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal, Dennis R. Hardy and Robert N. Hazlett, 23rd Oil Shale Symposium, May 2‑5, 1990, Golden CO.

127.  The Chemistry of Fuels Derived from Shale Oil, G.W. Mushrush and G.D. Lacy, Virginia Academy of Science, May 23‑25, 1990, Fairfax, VA.

128.  Effect of Sub‑Slab Ventilation of the Reduction of Indoor Radon, P. DiBenedetto, D. Mose and G. Mushrush, Virginia Academy of Science, May 23‑25, 1990, Fairfax, VA.

129.  Soil Radon, Soil Permeability and the Predictability of Indoor Radon, M. Santur, D. Mose and G. Mushrush, Virginia Academy of Science, May 23‑25, Fairfax, VA.

130.  Identification of High Radon Rock Units in Northern Virginia, C. Chrosniak, D. Mose and G. Mushrush, Virginia Academy of Science, May 23‑25, 1990, Fairfax, VA.

131.  Hydrologic Control on Airborne and Waterborne Radon, D. Mose and G. Mushrush, American Geophysical Union National Meeting May 29‑June 1, 1990, Baltimore, MD. Abstract ‑ EOS v. 71, p. 506.

132.  Public Response to the Risk from Airborne Radon, D. Mose and G. W. Mushrush, Air & Waste Management Association National Meeting, June 24‑29,1990,Abstract vol. p.68, Pittsburgh, PA.

133.  The Role of Nitrogen, Oxygen and Sulfur Heteroatoms in Fuel Instability Reactions, G. Mushrush, E. Beal and D. Hardy, ConFab 90, August 6‑10, 1990, Laramie, WY.

134.  Variations of Natural Radiation in Air and Water, G.W. Mushrush and D.G. Mose, American Chemical Society, National Meeting, August 26‑31, 1990, Washington, D.C., (Selected for presentation twice at the same meeting).

135.  Summer to Summer Variations in indoor Radon. D. G. Mose, G. W. Mushrush and C. E. Chrosniak, American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists Meeting, October 4‑6, 1990. Camp Hill, PA.

136.  Preliminary Comparison Between Radon in Water and the Incidence of Cancer.  D. G. Mose, G. W. Mushrush, G. W. Mushrush and C. E. Chrosniak, American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists Meeting October 4‑6, 1990, Camp Hill, PA.

137.  Geological and Hydrological Control of Airborne and Waterborne Radon, D. Mose, G. Mushrush and C. Chrosniak, S.E.T.A.C., Nov. 11‑15, 1990, Arlington, VA.

138.  Evidence for Increased Cancer Rates Related to Radon in Well Water.  D. G. Mose, G. W. Mushrush and C. E. Chrosniak, Symposium on Naturally Occurring Radionuclides in Agricultural Products, January 24‑25, 1991, Orlando, FL.

139.  Use of Statistical Techniques to assess the Radon Potential of Rocks in Parts of Virginia and Maryland.  Charles E. Brown, Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush and Charles E. Chrosniak, Symposium on Naturally Occurring Radionuclides in Agricultural Products, January 24‑25, 1991, Orlando, FL.

140.  Invited Seminar.  Shale Derived Fuels and Thermal Oxidation Chemistry, February 1, 1991, Catholic University, Washington, D.C.

141.  Winter and Summer Dependence of Indoor Radon on Rainfall in Maryland. Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, and Charles E. Chrosniak, GSA NE/SE Sections, March 14‑16, 1991, Baltimore, MD.

142.  Site Specific Control of Indoor Radon in Virginia and Maryland. Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, and Charles E. Chrosniak, Geological Society of America, North‑Central Section, April 18‑19, 1991,  Toledo, Ohio.

143.  Geologic Control of Indoor Radon in New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia.  Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, and Charles E. Chrosniak, GSA, North Central Section, April 18‑19, 1991, Toledo, Ohio.

144.  Chemical Basis of Middle Distillate Fuel Instability:  Interactive Effects of Selected Nitrogen Heterocycles with Organic Acids and Bases in a Shale Derived Diesel Fuel.  George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal, Robert N. Hazlett and Dennis R. Hardy, The Oil Shale Symposium, April 22‑24, 1991, Golden,CO.

145.  Chemical Basis of Instability of Shale‑Derived Middle Distillate Fuels.  George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal, Robert N. Hazlett and Dennis R. Hardy, 37th Meeting of the Technical Cooperation Program, Office of Naval Research, May 6‑10, 1991, Arlington, VA.

146.  Radon Hazard Maps in the Applachian Mountain System.  Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, and Charles E. Chrosniak, ACS, MARM, May 21‑23, 1991, Newark, Delaware.

147.  Treatment of Radon Rich Well Water.  Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, and Charles E. Chrosniak, Virginia Academy of Science, May 21‑24, 1991, Blacksburg, VA.

148.  Radon Hazard Maps of the Baltimore and Washington Area.  Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, and Charles E. Chrosniak, American Geophysical Union, May 28‑June 1, 1991, Baltimore, MD.

149.  Oxidation Chemistry of Hydrocarbons and Fuels.  Robert N. Hazlett, Robert E. Morris, and George W. Mushrush, ACS, Great Lakes, May 28‑31, 1991, Indianapolis, Indiana.

150.  Soluble Precursors to Fuel Insolubles:  The Role of Nitrogen, Oxygen and Sulfur Heteroatoms in Fuel Instability Reactions.  George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal and Dennis R. Hardy, ConFab 91, August 6‑10, 1991, Laramie WY.

151.  Indoor Radon Levels in New York and New Jersey.  Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, and Charles E. Chrosniak, ACS National Meeting,and the 4th Chemical Congress of North America.  August 25‑30, 1991, New York, NY.  Selected for two presentations at the same meeting.

152.  Invited Seminar.  Chemistry of Synthetic Fuels. George Washington University, September 27, 1991, Washington, DC.

153.  Radon Hazard Maps of Central Appalachain States.  Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, and Charles E. Chrosniak, AARST Radon Conference, October 9‑12, 1991, Rockville, MD.

154.  Survey of Radon Concentrations in Virginia and Maryland Well Water.  Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, and Paul Dibenedetto, AARST Radon Conference, October 9‑12, 1991, Rockville, MD.

155.  The Interaction of Methylindoles with Organosulfonic Acids in a Model Fuel System.  Wayne M. Stalick, George W. Mushrush and Robert N. Hazlett, Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, November 13‑15, 1991, Richmond, VA.

156.  Fuel Instability Studies: The Oxidation of Organo‑sulfur Compounds.  George W. Mushrush, Wayne M. Stalick, Erna J. Beal, Robert N. Hazlett and Dennis R. Hardy, Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, November 13‑15, 1991, Richmond, VA.

157.  Middle Distillate Fuel Instability and Heteroatom Reactions.  George W. Mushrush, Dennis R. Hardy and Robert N. Hazlett, 4th International Conference on Stability and Handling of Liquid Fuels.November 19‑22, 1991, Orlando, FL.

158.  Risk Assessment and Indoor Radon: Conflict Between Predictions and Reality.  Douglas G. Mose, Charles E. Chrosniak and George W. Mushrush, Geological Society of America, Southeastern Section, March 18-20, 1992, Winston Salem, NC.

159.  Hydrocarbon Contamination Plume in a Populated Community: Scientific Approach vs Public Opinion. Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush and Charles E. Chrosniak, Geological Society of America, Southeastern Section, March 18-20, 1992, Winston Salem, NC.

160.  Analysis of Recovery and Remediation Methodology in a 100,000+ Gallon Subsurface Hydrocarbon contamination Plume.  Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, Geological Society of America, Northeastern Section, March 25-28, 1992, Harrisburg, PA.

161.  Shale‑Derived Middle Distillate Fuel Insolubles:  Formation Conditions and Characterization.  George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal, and Dennis R. Hardy, 25th Oil Shale Symposium, April 21‑22, 1992, Golden, Colorado.

162.  Correlation of Indoor Radon with Geology in Central Applachian States. Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush and Charles E. Chrosniak, National Coalition on Indoor Air Quality.  April 30‑May 2, 1992, Tampa, FL.

163.  Subsurface Hydrocarbon Contamination Incident in Fairfax County. Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush and Charles E. Chrosniak, Virginia Academy of Science, May 20-22, 1992, Richmond, VA.

164.  Fuel Instability Studies: Nitrogen Heterocycles and Sulfonic Acids. Wayne M. Stalick, Matthew Milkevich and George W. Mushrush, Virginia Academy of Science, May 20-22, 1992, Richmond, VA.

165.  Middle Distillate Fuel Insolubles:  Formation Conditions and  Characterization, George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal, Robert N. Hazlett, and Dennis R. Hardy, Confab, August 3-7, 1992, Winter Park, CO.

166.  Subsurface Migration of Hydrocarbon Through a Northern Virginia Community.  Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, National Meeting, American Chemical Society, August 23-28, 1992, Washington, DC. Selected for presentation twice at this meeting.

167.  GC/MS Analysis of Synthetic Fuels.  Hyun J. Paek, Janet M. Hughes and George W. Mushrush, Project SEED Student, National Meeting, American Chemical Society, August 23-28, 1992, Washington, DC.

168.  Invited Presentation. Fuel Instability Studies: Nitrogen Heterocycles and Sulfonic Acids. Wayne M. Stalick, George W. Mushrush and Dennis R. Hardy, Symposium on Frontiers in Catalysis Research, Center for Catalysis and Surface Science, Northwestern University. September 10-12, 1992.

169.  Invited Seminar.  The Chemistry of Subsurface Hydrocarbon Contamination.  Department of Chemistry, University of Connecticut.  Storrs, CT October 8, 1992.

170.  Rapid Hydrocarbon Plume Migration Through Saporlite under a Northern Virginia Suburban Community, Douglas G. Mose, Charles E. Chrosniak and George W. Mushrush, Geological Society of America Meeting, October, 1992, Cincinnati, Ohio.

171.  Subsurface Fuel Plume: Rapid Migration under a Northern Virginia Suburban Community. Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, National Meeting, November 1992, Cincinnati, Ohio.

172.  Liquid Phase Oxidation of Organo-Sulfur Compounds.  George W. Mushrush, Douglas G. Mose, Erna J. Beal and Dennis R. Hardy, Eastern Oil Shale Symposium, National Meeting, November 18 - 20, 1992, Lexington, KY.

173.  The Chemistry of Subsurface Hydrocarbon Contamination. Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush and Charles E. Chrosniak, American Chemical Society, Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting, December 6-9, 1992, Crystal City, VA.

174.  Invited Seminar.  Fuel Instability and Organo-Sulfur Reactions.  George W. Mushrush, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio, December 14, 1992.

175.  Invited Seminar.  Synthesis of Biodegradable De-Icers. George W. Mushrush, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio, December 15, 1992.

176.  Invited Seminar.  Pickett Road Oil Spill, Chemistry and Health Implications.  George W. Mushrush, Northern Virginia Community College, April 16, 1993.

177.  Waterborne Radon Concentrations in Prince William County, Douglas G. Mose, and George W. Mushrush, Virginia Academy of Science, Norfolk, VA, May 19-21, 1993.

178.  Radioactivity of Well Water in Northern Virginia, Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, Jeff Lund and Martin Rothwell, Virginia Academy of Science, Norfolk, VA, May 19-21, 1993.

179.  Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, American Geophysical Union, May, 26-29, 1993, Baltimore, MD.

180.  Fuel Insolubles:  The Chemistry of Indoles and Fuel Instability Reactions, Western Conference on Energy and the Environment, George W. Mushrush, Robert N. Hazlett, Dennis R. Hardy and Karen T. Sullivan, August 3-7, 1993,  Laramie, WY.

181.  Remediation of a 200,000 Gallon Subsurface Fuel Spill Under Suburban Homes in Northern Virginia, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, National A.C.S. meeting, September 27-30, 1993, Atlanta, GA.

182.  Examination of Indoor Radon Levels in th District of Columbia, and Adjacent Parts of Virginia and Maryland,

Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, National Meeting, Geological Society of America, Oct. 25-28, 1993, Boston,

183.  Subsurface Migration of Hydrocarbon along Foliation artings in the Piedmont Province of Northern Virginia, Morin A. Heller, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, National Meeting, Geological Society of America, October 25-28, 1993, Boston MA.

184.  Waterborne Radon Concentrations in Prince William County in Northern Virginia, George W. Mushrush and Douglas G. Mose, National Meeting, Geological Society of America, October 25-28, 1993, Boston MA.

185.  Remediation of a 200,000 Gallon Subsurface Fuel Spill Using In-Situ Methods Under Suburban Homes in Northern Virginia, Morin A. Heller, George W. Mushrush and Douglas G. Mose and  National Meeting, Geological Society of America, October 25-28, 1993, Boston MA.

186.  Biodegradable and Photodegradable Compounds from Sugars, George W. Mushrush and Dennis R. Hardy, Naval Research Laboratory, December 16, 1993.

187.  Department Seminar. Sediment Formation in Middle Distillate Fuels. George W. Mushrush, George Mason University, February 11, 1994.

188.  Invited Seminar.  The Chemistry of Fuels.  George W. Mushrush, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.,  March 4, 1994.

189.  Invited Seminar.  The Chemistry of Sulfur Compounds, George W. Mushrush, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton Ohio, March 8-9, 1994.

190.  Biodegradable De-Icing Compounds, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton Ohio, March 21-23, 1994.

191.  New Jersey and Eastern New York Indoor Radon Maps, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, Geological Society of America, March 28-30, 1994, Binghamton, New York.

192.  Effect of Well Water Radon on Indoor Radon Concentrations, George W. Mushrush, and Douglas G. Mose, Geological Society of America, March 28-30, 1994, Binghamton, New York.

193.  Invited Seminar.  Fuel Instability Reactions. George W. Mushrush, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio, April 6, 1994.

194.  Toxicology and Deicing Compounds. George W. Mushrush, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio, May 10, 1994.

195.  Removal of Waterborne Radon by Reverse Osmosis and Activated Charcoal. Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, Vrirginia Academy of Science. May, 17 - 20, 1994, Harrisonburg, VA.

196.  Waterborne Radon Concentration as a Function of Well Productivity.  American Geophysical Union. May, 1994, Baltimore, MD.

197.  Waterborne Radon Extraction as an Indicator of Volatile Organic Carbon Levels in a Municipal Water System. Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, North East Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, June 19-22, 1994, Burlington, VT.

198.  Pyrolysis Reactions of Long Chain Alkyl Substituted Pyridines and Quinolines.  Wayne M. Stalick, George W. Mushrush, and Joseph H. Murray. National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, August 21-26, 1994, Washington, DC.

199.  Sediment Precursors in Middle Distillate Fuel Instability Reactions.  George W. Mushrush, National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, August 21-26, 1994, Washington, DC.

200.  A Comparative Study of Reverse Osmosis and Activated Charcoal, Two Inexpensive and Very Effective Ways to Remove Waterborne Radon.  Karen T. Sullivan, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, Environmental Division, American Chemical Society National Meeting, August 21-26, 1994.

201.  Field Ionization Mass Spectrometric Analysis of the Phenalene-Indole Coupling: The Nature of Insolubles Formed in Diesel Fuels, Ripu Malhotra, Dennis R. Hardy, George W. Mushrush, Wayne M. Stalick, and Robert N. Hazlett, Fuel Division, American Chemical Society National Meeting, August 21-26, 1994.

202.  Fuel System Deicers, Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio, August 26, 1994.

203.  Invited Seminar  The Chemistry of Middle Distillate Fuels, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, October 5, 1994

204.  Indoor Radon Levels in New York and New Jersey, Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, and Charles E. Chrosniak, G.A.N.J. Meeting, October 12-14, 1994, New Jersey.

205.  Well Water Radon and the Incidence of Cancer:  A Case Study in Northern Virginia and Southern Maryland.  Karen T. Sullivan, George W. Mushrush and Douglas G. Mose, National Meeting of the American Public Health Association.  November 2, 1994, Washington, DC.

206.  Invited Seminar  The Chemical Composition of Petroleum- Shale- and Coal-Derived Fuels. National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, Frederick, MD.

207.  Volatile Organic Hydrocarbons and Waterborne Radon: Removal by Granular Activated Charcoal in Northern Virginia. Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, Northeastern Section, Geological Soc.of America, March 20-22, 1995, Hartford, CT.

208.  Comparison of Water Well Productivity and Waterborne Radon Concentration in Northern Virginia. Gorge W. Mushrush and Douglas G. Mose, Northeastern Section, Geological Society of America, March 20-22, 1995, Hartford, CT.

209.  Radon in Potable Water in Northern Virginia. Karen T. Sullivan, Douglas G. Mose, and George W. Mushrush, American Chemical Society, 29th MARM, May 24, 1995, Washington, DC.

210.  Pyrolysis Reactions of Pyridines and Quinolines.  George W. Mushrush and Dennis R. Hardy, Breckinridge, CO, June 1995.

211.  Aeroradioactivity as a Community-Level Indicator of Indoor Radon. Douglas G. Mose, and George W. Mushrush, Health Physics Society Meeting, July 23-27, 1995, Boston, MA.

212.  Variations of Radon in Potable Well Water Radon in Virginia. Douglas G. Mose, and George W. Mushrush, Health Physics Society Meeting, July 23-27, 1995, Boston, MA.

213.  Invited Presentation Benign by Design Synthesis.  The synthesis and characterization of Fuel System Deicing Compounds.  George W. Mushrush, August 2, 1995, Dayton, Ohio.

214.  Invited Presentation  Petroleum Products: Stability and Incompatibility. George W. Mushrush, National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, August 20-24, 1995, Chicago, IL.

215.  Invited Seminar The Chemical and Geological Consequences of a Half-Million Gallon Oil Leak. George W. Mushrush, Edinboro University, Edinboro, PA, October 24-25, 1995.

216.  Invited Seminar Reduced Sugars as Deicing Compounds. George W. Mushrush, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, MA, November 1-2, 1995.

217.  Success of Indoor Radon Reduction Using Sub-Slab Ventilation. George W. Mushrush, and Douglas G. Mose. Geological Society of America Meeting, Buffalo, NY, March 21-23, 1996.

218.  Indoor Radon Variations Compared to Seasonal Weather Variations. Dougals G. Mose, and George W. Mushrush, Geological Society of America Meeting, Buffalo, NY, March 21-23, 1996.

219.  The Synthesis of Acetals and Ketals of the Reduced Sugar Mannose as Fuel System Icing Inhibitors. George W. Mushrush, Wayne M. Stalick, Erna J. Beal, Subash C. Basu, and J. Eric Slone, American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, LA,  March 24-28, 1996.

220.  3-Methylindole Dimers with Alkyl Sulfonic Acids.  Wayne M. Stalick, George W. Mushrush, Virginia Academy of Science May 21-24, 1996, Richmond, VA.

221.  Invited Seminar, Fuel System Icing Inhibitors and Wing Deicing, George W. Mushrush, WPAFB, Wright Patterson, OH, June 13-14, 1996.

222.  The Chemical Characterization and Instability of Shale Derived Middle Distillate Fuels.  George W. Mushrush and Douglas G. Mose, 1996 Meeting of American Association of Petroleum Geologists. October 13-15, 1996, Charleston, WVA.

223.  Near-Surface Organic Vapor Analysis as an Indicator of Subsurface Hydrocarbon Plume Migration, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, Conference on Soil Contamination. University of MA, Amherst, MA. October 21-24, 1996.

224.  Acetals and Ketals Mannose as Fuel System Icing Inhibitor Additives. George W. Mushrush, Wayne M. Stalick,Subash C. Basu, and J. Eric Slone, ACS Southeastern Regional Meeting, Greenville, SC, November 10-13, 1996.

225.  Dimers of 3-Methylindole with Alkyl Sulfonic Acids, Wayne M. Stalick, George W. Mushrush and Sami Faour, ACS South- eastern Regional Meeting, Greenville, SC, November 10-13, 1996.

226.  Remediation of a Large Hydrocarbon Plume Under a Suburban Area in Northern Virginia. Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, GSA Northeastern Section, King of Prussia, PA, March 17-19,1997.

227.  Invited Symposium Presentation  Petroleum Products: Stability and Incompatibility. George W. Mushrush, 213th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, April 13-19, 1997, San Francisco, CA.

228.  3-Methylindole Dimers with Alkyl Sulfonic Acids.  Wayne M. Stalick, George W. Mushrush, and Sami Faour. 213th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, April 13-19, 1997, San Francisco, CA.

229.  Evidence on the Usability of Shale Oil as Jet Fuel, George W. Mushrush and Douglas G. Mose, Eastern Section AAPG/TSOP Meeting, September 22-26, 1997, Lexington, KY,

230.  Geophysical Evidence for Bedrock-Saprolite Fracture Zones That Transect a Subsurface Hydrocarbon Plume. Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, 12th Conference on Contaminated Soils, October 20-23, 1997, Amherst, MA.

231.  Migration of a Saprolite Hydrocarbon Plume Past Bedrock-Saprolite Fracture Zones.  Geological Society of America, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, March 18-21, 1998, Columbus, Ohio.

232.  Jet Fuel System Icing Inhibitors: Synthesis and Stability George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal, Dennis R. Hardy, Wayne M. Stalick, Dennis Grosjean, and John Cummings. Fuel Divison, A.C.S., Symposium on Stability and Oxidation Chemistry of Fuels. March 29-April 2, 1998, Dallas, Texas.

233.  Invited Seminar The Detection of Soil gases and hydrocarbons  George W. Mushrush and Douglas G. Mose, Polish Geological Institute, April 30-May 14, 1998, Warsaw, Poland.

234.  Invited Seminar The Detection of Soil Radon. Douglas G. Mose, and George W. Mushrush. Polish Geological Institute, April 30 -May 14, 1998, Warsaw, Poland.

235.  The Synthesis and Chemistry of a New Class of Jet Fuel Icing Inhibitors.  George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal and Dennis Hardy. ACS 1998 Pacific Conference, October 28-31, San Francisco, CA.

236.  Evaluation of Geologic Radon Potential in Two Regions In  Southwestern and Southern Poland. Ryszard Strelecki, Stanislaw Wolkowicz, Wojeciech Wolkowicz, Zoltan Szabo, Tamara Ivanhenko, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, International Conference on Radiation,  Warsaw, Poland, October 1998.

237.  Bioremediation of a Large Subsurface Hydrocarbon Plume in Silty Soil. Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, 14th Conference on Contaminated Soils. Amherst, MA, October, 1998

238.  Instability Chemistry of Middle Distillate and Fuel Oils  George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal, and James Speight, American Chemical Society National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 1999.

239.  A study of Indoor Radon in Poland. Ryszard Strelecki, Stanislaw Wolkowicz, Wojeciech Wolkowicz, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush. American Chemical Society National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 1999. Selected to be Presented twice at the same meeting

240.  Application of Vapor Phase Measurements to Delineate a Subsurface Hydrocarbon Plume.  Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, GSA Southeastern Meeting March, Athens, GA, 1999.

241.  Bioremediation of a Large Subsurface Hydrocarbon Plume in Silty Soil. Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, GSA Southeastern Meeting March, Athens, GA, 1999.

242.  Criteria Used by Real Estate Brokers to Evaluate Indoor Radon Potential. Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, GSA Northeastern Meeting March, Providence, RI, 1999.

243.  Environmental Factors Governing Indoor Radon.Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, GSA Northeastern Meeting March, Providence, RI, 1999.

244.  Comparisons of Long Term Indoor Radon Measurements Before and After Sub Slab Ventilation. GSA North Central Meeting, Champaign Urbana IL, April, 1999.

245.  A study of Indoor Radon in Poland. Ryszard Strelecki, Stanislaw Wolkowicz, Wojeciech Wolkowicz, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush. GSA North Central Meeting, Champaign Urbana IL, April, 1999.

246.  Synthesis of 3-Substituted Indoles. James H. Wynne, Wayne M. Stalick, and George W. Mushrush, Virginia Academy of Science, Norfolk, VA, May 25-28, 1999.

247.  The Synthesis of a New Class of Benign Fuel System Icing Inhibitors. George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal, Dennis R. Hardy,and Janet M. Hughes. Petroleum Division, ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, August 22-26, 1999.

248.  Long-Term Bioremediation of a Subsurface Plume in Silty Soil. Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, International Conference on Contaminated Soils & Water, Amherst, MA, October 18-21,1999

249.  Influence of Local Geology on Indoor Radon. George W. Mushrush and Douglas G. Mose, Geological Society of America, Rutgers,NJ March 13, 2000.

250.  Relative Risk of Radon Induced Lung Cancer. Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, Geological Society of America, Mose, Geological Society of America, Rutgers, NJ March 13, 2000.

251.  Carbohydrate Derived Aircraft Deicing Compounds. George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal, Dennis R. Hardy, and Janet M. Hughes. Environmental Division, ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 26-31, 2000.

252.  Selective Oxidation of Alcohols Using Hydrogen Peroxide and Ruthenium co-Catalyst. Christopher T. Lloyd, George W. Mushrush, and James H. Wynne. Organic Division, ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 26-31, 2000.

253.  Relative Risk of Radon Induced Lung Cancer. Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, Geological Society of America, Indianapolis, IN, April 6, 2000.

254.  Hydrogen Peroxide: An Atom-Economical, Environmentally Friendly Oxidant. C. T. Lloyd, J. H. Wynne, G.W. Mushrush, Royal Society of Chemistry, London, April 20, 2000.

255.  Selective Oxidation of Alcohols Using Oxotriruthenium Catalysts. D. R. Witsil, J. H. Wynne, G.W. Mushrush, Royal Society of Chemistry, London, April 20, 2000.

256.  Environmentally Friendly Catalytic Oxidation Under Phase Transfer Conditions, Christopher T. Lloyd, James H. Wynne, and George W. Mushrush, Virginia Academy of Science, May 23-26, 2000.

257.  Invited Symposium Presentation. Instability and Incompat-ibility George W. Mushrush, Petroleum Division American Chemical Society, National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, August 20, 2000.

258.  Application of Vapor Phase Measurements to Delineate a Subsurface Hydrocarbon Plume.  Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, International Conference on Contaminated Soils & Water, Amherst, MA, October 15-18,2000.

259.  Biofuels As A Means of Improving Environmental Quality of Petroleum Middle Distillate Fuels.  George W. Mushrush, Erna J. Beal, Janet M. Hughes, James H. Wynne, and Dennis R. Hardy. 221st Meeting, American Chemical Society, San Diego, CA, April 1-5, 2001.

260.  Synthesis of tris(methanol)hexa-μ-acetato-μ3-oxo-tri-ruth-enium(III) acetate. Christopher T. Lloyd, James H. Wynne, George W. Mushrush, Keith M. Davies. 221st Meeting, American Chemical Society, San Diego, CA, April 1-5, 2001.

261.  Progesterone Analogues for Breast Cancer Treatment. Christopher T. Lloyd, George W. Mushrush, Janet M. Hughes, James H. Wynne, National Meeting, A.C.S., Chicago, IL, August, 2001.

262.  Addition of Soybean Derived Fuel to Improve the Quality and Stability of Middle Distillate Fuel. George W. Mushrush, Douglas G. Mose, 17th Annual International Conference on Contaminated Soils, Sediments, and Water, Amherst, MA, October 22-25, 2001

263.  Development Of Criteria to Evaluate Indoor Radon Potential in East Coast Homes, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush, 17th Proceedings of the International Conference on Contaminated Soils, Sediments, and Water,  October, 2001.

264.  Radon in Potable Well Water. Fiorella V. Simoni, George W. Mushrush, and Douglas G. Mose, Virginia Water Research Symposium 2001, Charlottesville, VA, Nov 14-16, 2001,

265.  Geotechnical Measurements to Characterize Indoor Radon Potential. Douglas G. Mose, George Mushrush, GSA Northeastern Section, March 12-14, 2002.

266.  Rapid Migration of a Large Hydrocarbon Plume in Saprolite. Douglas G. Mose, George Mushrush, GSA Northeastern Section, March 12-14, 2002.

267.  Soybean Additives to Improve Fuel Quality and Stability. George Mushrush, Douglas G. Mose, GSA Southeastern Section, April 3-5, 2002.

268.  Indoor Radon Potential Related to Geology and Other Factors. George Mushrush, Douglas G. Mose, GSA Southeastern Section, April 3-5, 2002.

269.  Mobility Matching of Mobile Phase Additives for the Separation of Anions by Mixed-Mode Isocractic Ion  Chromatography.  Janet M. Doyle, Mark L. Miller, Bruce R. McCord, David A. McCollam, George W. Mushrush, A.C.S. Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting, Fairfax, VA, May 28-30, 2002.

270.  Exposure to Airborne Radiation in Fairfax County Virginia. Fiorella V. Simoni, Douglas G. Mose,and George W. Mushrush, A.C.S. Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting, Fairfax, VA, May 28-30, 2002.

271.  Indoor Radon Measurements from Homes in Southern Poland. George Mushrush and Douglas G. Mose, Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Water, October 21-24, 2002, Amherst, MA.

272.  Pre-and Post-Mitigation Measurements of Indoor Radon in Homes with Excessive Radon Concentrations. Douglas Mose and George Mushrush, Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Water, October 21-24, 2002, Amherst, MA.

273.  Soil Radon Measurements in Southern Poland. Fiorella Simoni, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush,Southeastern Section, Geological Society of America, University of Memphis, March 13-14, 2003. Abstract in GSA Progam volume 35(1), Feb 2003.

274.  Total-Gamma Radioactivity as an Indicator of Indoor Radon Potential.  Maria Rojas,George W. Mushrush, and Douglas G. Mose Mushrush,Southeastern Section, Geological Society of America, University of Memphis, March 13-14, 2003. Abstract in GSA Progam volume 35(1), Feb 2003.

275.  Role of Quaternary Ammonium Salts in Oxidative Reactions. Christopher Lloyd, James H. Wynne, Robert F. Cozzens and George W. Mushrush, ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, March 23-27, 2003.

276.  Invited Seminar, Composition and Stability of Middle Distillate Fuels,  DARPA, Arlington, VA, May 21, 2003


277 - 280 Virginia Academy of Science, University of Richmond,VA
               May 28-30, 2003.

277.  Interaction Between Wate Table Depth and Radon Concentrations. Douglas Mose, George Mushrush, and Paul Morella.

278.  Selection of Home Construction Sites Based on Radon Potential, Douglas Mose, George Mushrush, and Paul DiBenedetto.

279.  High Waterborne Radon in Prince William County. George Mushrush, Douglas Mose, and Charles Chrosniak.

280.  Influence of Geology on Indoor Radon in Poland. George Mushrush, Douglas Mose, and Georege Saiway.


281.  Soybean Fuel Liquids as Blending Stocks for Petroleum Middle Distillate Fuel.  Heather Willauer, George Mushrush, James Wynne, and Christopher Lloyd, 226 th National Meeting, American Chemical Society, New York, September 7-11, 2003.

282.        A Compositional Investigation Between Hydrotreating and Lubricity in a Unique Set of Middle Distillate Fuels, Janet M. Hughes, George W. Mushrush, Dennis R. Hardy, International Conference on Stability and Handling of Liquid Fuels, Steamboat Springs, CO, September 14-19, 2003.

283. Environmental Risks and Well to Home Loss of Water Well Radon in Northern Virginia.  Fiorella Simoni, Douglas G. Mose, George W. Mushrush, Submitted for the Proceedings of the Virginia Water Symposium, October 8, 2003.

284.  Mitigation of Acid Mine Drainage and Other Contamination in the Prince William Forest National Park in Northern Virginia Michael Komelasky, Douglas G. Mose, and George W. Mushrush 19th International Conference on Soils, Sediments and Water, Amherst, MA,  October 20-23, 2003.

285.  Laboratory Simulations of Groundwater Depth Changes and Soil Radon Emanations. Paul Merolla, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush.19th International Conference on Soils, Sediments and Water, Amherst, MA,  October 20-23, 2003.

286.  Correlation Test Between Indoor Radon and Surficial Gamma radiation in Northern Virginia. George Saiway, George W. Mushrush, and Douglas G. Mose.19th International Conference on Soils, Sediments and Water, Amherst, MA,  October 20-23, 2003.

287.  Reduction of Radon in Municipal Wells in Virginia and Maryland. Fiorella Simoni, George W. Mushrush, and Douglas G. Mose. 19th International Conference on Soils, Sediments and Water, Amherst, MA, October 20-23, 2003.

288.  Contamination Caused by Acid Mine Drainage and other Point Sources in the Prince William Forest National Park in Northern Virginia. Michael Komaleski, Douglas G. Mose and George Mushrush. Northeast and Southeast Geological Society of America, Tyson=s Corner, March 25-27, 2004.

283.        NRL Seminar, Fuel Taggants, George W. Mushrush, June 3, 2004.

290.  Automated Atomizer for Evaluating Aerosols. Heather Willauer, John Hoover, George Mushrush, Fred Williams. National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Philadelphia, PA. August 24, 2004.

291.  Influence of Home Size on the Risk from Soil Gas and Waterborne Radon. George Saiway, Fiorella Simoni, Douglas G. Mose and George W. Mushrush. 20th International Conference on Soils, Sediments and Water, Amherst, MA,  October 18-21, 2004

292.  Development of Radon Enrichment in Soil Gas Over Quartz-Mica Schist in Virginia. Charles Chrosniak, Paul DiBenedetto, George W. Mushrush, and Douglas G. Mose. 20th International Conference on Soils, Sediments and Water, Amherst, MA,  October 18-21, 2004.

293.  Chemical Methods for Decreasing Jet Fuel Flammability. Heather D. Willauer, John B. Hoover, George W. Mushrush, Frederick W. Williams. Fourth Aircraft Fire and Cabin Safety Research Conference. Lisbon Portugal, November 15-18, 2004.

294.  Fire Safety Hazards Associated with Hydraulic Fluids, Heather D. Willauer, John B. Hoover, George W. Mushrush, Frederick W. Williams. 38th International Conference on Fire Safety, Greenbrier, White Sulfur Springs, WV. January 10-12, 2005.

295.  2005 Joint Meeting U.S. Sections, The Combustion Institute, Philadelphia, PA, March 21-23, 2005.

 

 


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