The Nielsen Environmental Field School

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Training

  • Complete Ground-Water Monitoring E-Course

    E-Modules are listed under specific topics covered in the E-Course.  You may take the entire package of 29 E-Modules listed below, OR you may take any of the individual E-Modules separately.  For a detailed description and outline for the individual E-Modules listed under a topic, and to register for an E-Mmodule listed under a topic, click on the topic.

  • Optimizing Monitoring Well Placement Training Courses

    Optimizing Monitoring Well Placement Training Courses

    One of the most challenging questions faced at the start of a ground-water monitoring program is “what are the most effective locations for this site’s ground-water monitoring wells and well screens?”  This in-depth series of 5 separate modules addresses all of the myriad elements that must be evaluated to answer this seemingly simple question.  Field videos are included within several of these modules to explain the field...

  • Environmental Drilling Technology for Site Characterization and Monitoring Well Installation Training Courses

    Environmental Drilling Technology for Site Characterization and Monitoring Well Installation Training Courses

    There are more than a dozen different drilling methods that may be used to drill boreholes to collect soil samples for site characterization and install monitoring wells, but which method is most appropriate for your project?  This series of 2 modules provides a detailed discussion on how to effectively evaluate and select the best drilling method for anticipated site conditions that will meet site-specific project objectives.  Each of the...

  • Soil Sample Collection, Description & Handling in the Field Training Courses

    Soil Sample Collection, Description & Handling in the Field Training Courses

    During drilling of boreholes for site characterization and monitoring well installation, soil samples must be collected to document site geologic conditions.  These soil samples are used to develop a detailed understanding of site hydrogeology, to determine the presence/absence of contamination, to determine the location, physical and chemical characteristics of target monitoring zones in which wells will be installed, and to design well screens...