High Resolution Site Characterisation Seminar
ALGA is hosting a seminar on High Resolution Site Characterisation (HRSC) in Sydney Monday 2 March 2020. This seminar aims to bring together the wealth of real-life experience of environmental practitioners and of environmental practitioners and managers and the expertise of technical service providers.
There has been a quantum leap forward in technologies available to characterise the subsurface in the past two decades. Where historically a site may have been characterised based on tens of data points, new assessment methods and improvements in technology capture means that the number of data points available from essentially the same bore network can easily be in the thousands.
The questions posed to the industry are:
When do you need HRSC?
What HRSC tools are applicable in different lithologies?
What is the return on investigation (ROI) from HRSC?
Presenters will include (but can be subject to change):
KEYNOTE: Beth Parker - University of Guelph
Richard Campbell - HydroTerra
Cailum Cherry - Numac
Camillo Coladonato - Dow Chemical
Ben Dearman - Biogas Systems
Pieter Dijkshoorn - ERM
Matthew Hansen - Numac
Vaughan Langford - Syft Technologies NZ
Denton Mauldin - Kleinfelder
Danny McDonald - Cardno
Pete Mercuri - Matrix Drilling
Graeme Miller - Senversa
Casey O'Farrell - Coffey
Nick Pannell - Geochem Technologies
David Reynolds - Geosyntec
Jeremy Richardson - Australian Antartic Division
Jonas Garcia Rincon - CSIRO Land & Water
Scott Robinson - AECOM
Paul Simpson - EP Risk Management
David Tully - Contaminated Land Solutions
Dana Windle - ERM; Edward Wu - Coffey