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Site Characterisation & Risk Assessment

Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Compliance Verification

Use of Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) for various aerial applications continues to increase, as does the number of UAS operators/ organisations conducting these. Associated airframes can range from the sub 2kg (excluded category) to those above 150kg, bringing with them different and various levels...

Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Compliance Verification
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Ecological Risks of Per and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)

Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) have been widely used in numerous applications since the 1950s, including aqueous film forming foams (AFFFs) used for fire suppression at airports, firefighting training facilities, and other industrial locations.  Many sites host ecological...

Ecological Risks of Per and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Unexpected Creosote Contamination – When a CSM Isn’t Enough

This session is a case study in what can go wrong even when all the boxes appear to have been “ticked” in your desk study information checklist.  We will go through the desk study information which proves that hindsight is 20/20 and then also summarise the site works and remediation undertaken...

Unexpected Creosote Contamination – When a CSM Isn’t Enough
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Advancing Site Characterisation by Assembling Multiple Contemporary and Historical Data Sources

“Poorly planned and executed site characterisation is likely to result in additional expense, both during the investigation and subsequent remediation, and inadequate or misleading data may also result in an increased risk to human health and the environment.” (CRC CARE Technical Report 11). In...

Advancing Site Characterisation by Assembling Multiple Contemporary and Historical Data Sources
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

A Much Smarter Way to Site Characterisation – Incremental Sampling Method (ISM)

This ALGA webinar will introduce Incremental Sampling Methodology (ISM) as a tool for improved site characterisation, focusing on the practical application of Pierre Gy’s “Theory of Sampling” and his use of “Decision Units” to drive more effective and efficacious approaches to sampling. The US...

A Much Smarter Way to Site Characterisation – Incremental Sampling Method (ISM)
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Environmental Site Characterization using Data from Space to the Subsurface

Drones, satellites, and the data they collect are becoming a prevalent part of environmental monitoring and characterization. Recent developments in computer vision and artificial intelligence, combined with Ramboll’s extensive domain knowledge in site characterization, allow us to identify those...

Environmental Site Characterization using Data from Space to the Subsurface
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Remembering Sharon & Rebecca - An Example of Best Practice in Community Engagement and Communication

The deaths of two young girls in Northwich, Cheshire, UK from acute myeloid leukaemia led to an intensive Public Health investigation into the epidemiology and environment of the local community. This presentation considers how the investigation team, parents of the children, residents of the...

Remembering Sharon & Rebecca - An Example of Best Practice in Community Engagement and Communication
Contact Name
Selena Pryor
Contact Phone
+64 225 474 238
Contact Email
christchurch@landandgroundwater.com

HSL for Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Soil and Groundwater - a Refresher

The HSLs and the NEPM have been out for over 5 years. The HSLs at the time were considered ground-breaking as it was the first set of semi-site-specific screening criteria published in Australia. The application of the HSLs were noted to be more complex than previous screen criteria used. A series...

HSL for Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Soil and Groundwater - a Refresher
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Statistical Tools for Contaminated Site Characterisation

Two Part Webinar: only part two available. The use of statistics in environmental investigations can be confusing and provide misleading outcomes, yet this is a critical aspect in the assessment of contaminated land and waste classification. This webinar is aimed at environmental practitioners and...

Statistical Tools for Contaminated Site Characterisation
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Following the Evidence: Using Environmental Forensics to Solve Environmental Challenges

Environmental forensics is the application of a range of environmental techniques to solve an environmental 'crime' or contamination event. This talk will cover some key areas of environmental forensics, including how to structure an investigation, knowing what tools to use and how to piece it all...

Following the Evidence: Using Environmental Forensics to Solve Environmental Challenges
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

The DIVER Project: Using Perfect Information to Evaluate Strategies for Conceptual Site Model Develo

This session will help you to make better decisions on where to allocate valuable resources during site investigation as well as increase your understanding of the link between site investigation and remediation performance.

The DIVER Project: Using Perfect Information to Evaluate Strategies for Conceptual Site Model Develo
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

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