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  • The NGWA Groundwater Week - 2017

    The NGWA Groundwater Week - 2017

    Nashville, TN, USA

    The NGWA Groundwater Summit is moving to Groundwater Week in 2017! NGWA’s technical conference, the Groundwater Summit, will be taking place in 2017 along with NGWA’s Groundwater Week, in Nashville, Tennessee.Instrumental to your success - Join us for the biggest groundwater industry event of the year!

  • Brown Bag Sessions

    Brown Bag Sessions

    Online,

    During this half-hour online presentation, hear the results of a survey funded by the Ground Water Research & Education Foundation that was designed to better understand groundwater governance strategies and practices related to water quality in the United States. As groundwater is vital as a water supply to meet increasing demands across the United States, effective groundwater governance is needed with ...

  • Groundwater Solution:Innovating to Address Emerging Issues for Groundwater Resource(#5013)

    Groundwater Solution:Innovating to Address Emerging Issues for Groundwater Resource(#5013)

    Arlington, VA, USA

    Be a part of this symposium to identify real solutions to large dilute groundwater plumes, emerging contaminants in groundwater, and other constituents that affect our drinking water supply. All industrialized nations are confronted with remediation challenges of varying scopes and natures. That, coupled with the daunting undertaking of addressing known and as yet unknown hazards and contaminants, proves challenging for even the most ...

  • Pumping Test Design and Aquifer Analysis (#192)

    Pumping Test Design and Aquifer Analysis (#192)

    Westerville, OH, USA

    This two-day course is designed to help you actively build a skill set in aquifer-test procedures and analysis. It’s one of the core courses recommended for those pursuing a career in hydrogeology and features real-world exercises.

  • The New MODFLOW Course: Theory and Hands-On Applications (#258)

    The New MODFLOW Course: Theory and Hands-On Applications (#258)

    Las Vegas, NV, USA

    This four-day course alternates between lectures and hands-on laboratory exercises to introduce you to the modeling process including conceptual model development, numerical model implementation, model calibration, and model predictions. It presents the theory behind MODFLOW-2005 and its related programs (MODPATH, ZoneBudget, MT3D, and RT3D), and illustrates the practical development of three-dimensional groundwater flow and transport ...

  • Subdivision Assessment in Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada (#886)

    Subdivision Assessment in Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada (#886)

    Nova Scotia, NS, Canada

    Gain insight on Halifax Regional Municipality’s current approach to subdivision assessment in areas served by on-site wells and sewage disposal systems during this hour-long online presentation. You will learn about the assessment approach as it applies to the context of well construction, and groundwater quantity and quality available.

  • Field Methods: Groundwater Sampling and Analysis (#226)

    Field Methods: Groundwater Sampling and Analysis (#226)

    Westerville, OH, USA

    Designed for both early career groundwater professionals and those desiring a practical refresher, this hands-on course will aid you in developing skills necessary to perform quality work in the field. Course emphasis is placed on sampling strategies and techniques in addition to first-hand experience. Field exercises will be supplemented with classroom orientation and data analysis exercises.

  • NGWA Conference on Hydrogeophysics and Deep Groundwater

    NGWA Conference on Hydrogeophysics and Deep Groundwater

    Denver, CO, USA

    Gain understanding and insight on hydrogeophysics and deep groundwater during this two-day NGWA conference. Focusing on the use of geophysics — from remote sensing to borehole applications — for groundwater studies, the conference also includes a follow-up to the 2014 NGWA Conference on Characterization of Deep Groundwater.

  • Groundwater Week and Expo - 2016

    Groundwater Week and Expo - 2016

    Las Vegas, NV, USA

    The Groundwater Expo in 2016 is changing to Groundwater Week—a new name for a bold and fresh direction. From showcasing cutting-edge technology and products to educational sessions led by top industry experts, Groundwater Week draws the best from all facets of this industry under one roof. This is your opportunity to network with more than 9,000 groundwater professionals from around the globe.

  • Emerging Leaders Alliance Conference

    Emerging Leaders Alliance Conference

    Falls Church, VA, USA

    This unique cross-disciplinary leadership training conference will provide you, the young groundwater industry professional, the opportunity to develop invaluable skills to not only further your career and help your organization grow, but add to your personal growth as well.

  • Fracture Trace and Lineament Analysis

    Fracture Trace and Lineament Analysis

    State College, PA, USA

    This four-day course presents instruction and hands-on training in the skills of identifying bedrock type and mapping fracture traces and lineaments on stereo-pair aerial photographs and appropriate satellite images for investigative site analysis.

  • Application to Groundwater Characterization and Protection

    Application to Groundwater Characterization and Protection

    State College, PA, USA

    This four-day course presents instruction and hands-on training in the skills of identifying bedrock type and mapping fracture traces and lineaments on stereo-pair aerial photographs and appropriate satellite images for investigative site analysis.

  • Applications of Groundwater Geochemistry (#485)

    Applications of Groundwater Geochemistry (#485)

    Portland, OR, USA

    This two-day course will provide you with the knowledge you need to evaluate contaminant migration and design remediation systems based upon the geochemical parameters of your site.

  • Connecting the Dots...Groundwater, Surface Water, and Climate Connections in the Northwest

    Connecting the Dots...Groundwater, Surface Water, and Climate Connections in the Northwest

    Portland, OR, USA

    Discover the connections between groundwater, surface water, and climate in the diverse and economically important area encompassing Idaho, Oregon, Washington, northern California, and British Columbia during this two-day NGWA conference. Droughts, population pressures, agriculture, mining, and energy development are intensifying interest on the abovementioned issues, and this NGWA conference provides an opportunity for you to share ...