On March 23-24, 2017, the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) is offering a training course on applications of groundwater geochemistry. The course is worth 1.45 CEUs. See the website for more information or read the summary copied below:
This two-day course will provide you with the knowledge you need to evaluate contaminant migration and design remediation systems based upon the geochemical parameters of your site.
While a basic understanding of geochemical concepts is a good start, knowing how contaminants will behave in a variety of geochemical settings is vital in conducting site assessments or designing an effective remediation project.
Conditions resulting from groundwater and aquifer/soil interactions will be discussed and the effects of introducing a variety of contaminants will be examined. Case studies will be used to explain data collection requirements, laboratory analytical methods, and interpretation of data. Class exercises, including ones on characterization and aquifer remediation, will be used to reinforce concepts presented in the lectures.