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North Dakota Pipeline Release Data Collection and Communication - Case Study
Challenge A North Dakota pipeline released an estimated 21,000 bbls of crude oil. Antea Group was challenged by the client to assemble a team of specialists capable of effectively and efficiently collecting and communicating extent and migration data to key stakeholders. Due to the magnitude of the spill, spatial and environmental data needed to be collected electronically to expedite analysis and visualization. Furthermore, this incident required that laboratory data be managed by Antea Group to expedite...
Groundwater and surface water data management at Rosebery Mine, Tasmania - Case Study
Efficient management of the large monitoring data set is paramount given licence conditions imposed on the mine. Confidence in the data accuracy is crucial in forming the basis for interpretation and subsequent operational decisions. MMG has adopted an Environmental Data Management System (EDMS) comprising the following ‘off-the-shelf’ components produced and supplied by Earth Science Information Systems. Please, download the document to access to this case study. Rosebery Operations Underground...
Development of an adaptive groundwater monitoring framework to inform salinity management across ...
The use of ESdat Environmental Data management system by GHD to develop a groundwater monitoring framework used to create a groundwater monitoring network based on the current needs of the Mallee CMA management programs.
Electronic Chain of Custody (COC) in Environmental Data Management using the LSPECS upgrade for ...
Summary As electronic information can be easily altered, a chain of custody ensures that the data presented is "as originally acquired" and has not been tampered with during the copying process or during analysis. When using ESdat Environmental Data Management System, all data is tracked and backed up electronically; there is no scope for transcription errors or loss of paper based records. Electronically integrated data means more effective tracking, analysis, reporting, and less time wastage. The LSPECS...
Testing against “normal” with environmental data
Normal ranges are some fraction of a reference distribution deemed to represent an expected condition (typically 95%). They are frequently used as the basis for generic criteria for monitoring programs designed to test whether a sample is outside of “normal”, as in reference condition approach studies. Normal ranges are also the basis for criteria for more classic environmental effects monitoring programs designed to detect differences in mean responses between reference and exposure areas. Limits on normal...