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Remediation Hydraulics

Have you ever considered going down the path of an in-situ groundwater treatment project? If so then this webinar presented by Scott Potter and Joseph Quinnan from ARCADIS and chaired by ALGA Groundwater Fate & Transport’s Frederic Cosme, Golder, will be of great interest to you as they present an overview of their captivating and practical book "Remediation Hydraulics."

They will discuss why characterising the geological strata at a much refined scale than usually practiced and understand the role of “immobile porosity”, is an investment into the success of any remediation project rather than unnecessary expenses driven by scientific curiosity. We will conclude the session with an audience driven question and answer.

Presenters:
Scott Potter is a vice president and director of hydrogeology and modelling services at ARCADIS. He has more than 25 years’ experience in groundwater hydrology. In his current role he is chief hydrogeologist of ARCADIS providing technical leadership in hydrogeologic assessments and groundwater remediation projects throughout North and South America and Europe.

Joseph Quinnan, is a principal hydrogeologist at ARCADIS and has over 17 years professional experience in environmental consulting. He is a discipline leader in remediation hydrogeology and subsurface evaluation and characterization techniques and serves as chief hydrogeologist in ARCADIS’ North Region. to be published along with the invitation to members.

When
Thursday, February 21, 2019, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM AEDT
Event Registration Fees
(incl GST)
Credit Card Payment Only

Member - $22.00
Student Member - $11.00
Guest - $55.00
Registration Deadline
12.30pm AEDT Thursday, February 21, 2019
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