This course will focus on how to use Membrane Interface Probe sensor results in combination with soil and groundwater analytical results to map the distribution of volatile organic chemical non aqueous phase liquids. This presentation is aimed at teaching geologists involved in assessment and remediation work how to improve project outcomes.
All registrants who attend the entire duration of this webinar will receive 0.2 CEUs from the American Institute of Professional Geologists.
A faculty member can register on behalf of a course and/or group of their students to participate in the webinar. With this registration, the faculty member can submit up to 20 participating students for awarding of 0.2 CEUs to each of them by AIPG.
$125 - AIPG CPG Member
$150 - AIPG Member
$175 - Non-Member
$30 - Student
$150 - College Class Registration (up to 20 students)
Register here: https://crm.americangeosciences.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=73
Roger Lamb - I have twenty plus years of consulting experience in contaminated land assessment remediation and environmental hydrogeology. I specialize in the development of real-time high resolution understanding of chemical releases and hydrogeologic conditions. This information is used to improve project outcomes by reducing project costs, increasing stakeholder engagement and guaranteeing a sustainable approach and wise investment of resources. During my career I have performed pioneering work in the area of TRIAD approach-type site characterization of LNAPL, DNAPL, VOC releases and buried waste. I was the first consultant in the world to apply high resolution investigation tools to remediation design/implementation.
Music City Rocks – Geology in the Past, Present, and Future
How geology has shaped our history, provides present day resources, and prepares us for tomorrow’s challenges.
September 23-26, 2017
Join us in Nashville! There is so much to Experience, Explore, and Enjoy!
Technical Presentations, Poster Sessions, AGI Workshop, Field Trips, Social Events, Networking Opportunities, Keynote Luncheon Speakers, Welcome Reception, Continuing Education Credits, Student Career Day, Student and Professionals Mentoring Event, Music of Nashville, and so much more!
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Extend your stay while attending the AIPG Annual Meeting to visit one of the most impressive water falls in the United States.
Deep inside a cave in Chattanooga is Ruby Falls, a 145-foot subterranean waterfall. Named for the wife of the man who discovered it, Ruby Falls has been dazzling visitors for over a century. Today the waterfall’s beauty is enhanced by colorful rays that not only illuminate the falls, but light the way for visitors on cave tours.
September 23, 2017 - Nashville, Tennessee, Marriott Hotel, 600 Marriott Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37214
Members are welcome to attend.