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Guest speakers will cover a variety of monitoring and remediation topics
Solinst Canada Ltd. announced the 2011 Symposium on Enhanced Monitoring and Remedial Methods for Contaminated Groundwater.
This is the third symposium to be held at Solinst’s office, located in Georgetown, Ontario, Canada. The 2011 symposium will run from Oct. 27 to 28 and will feature the following guest speaker lineup:
Rick Devlin, University of Kansas: “Assessment of Groundwater Velocity Measurements with PVPs”;
Jim Barker, University of Waterloo: “The Capillary Fringe: Monitoring and Remediation in this Neglected Zone”;
Gary Wealthall, GeoSyntec: “Characterizing DNAPL Source Zones for Remedial Performance Assessment”;
Ryan Wilson, AMEC: “Treatment Performance Assessment Using Conventional Wells and Multilevel Transects”;
Rick McGregor: “The Effect of Heterogeneity and Delivery Methods on In Situ Remediation”; and
Kirk Hatfield, University of Florida: “Monitoring Water and Contaminant Fluxes in Surface, Subsurface and Hyporheic Systems.”
The symposium will provide attendees with an opportunity to discuss and learn about the latest in monitoring and remediation strategies and applications. Throughout the two days, Solinst technical staff will be available to provide demonstrations and answer any questions about Solinst equipment.