Groundwater contaminant assessment and remediation subjects of NGWA courses in Maryland

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Groundwater industry professionals can increase their remediation technology knowledge in two different National Ground Water Association short courses taking place September 2008 in Baltimore, Maryland.

“Understanding Migration, Assessment, and Remediation of Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids,” September 23-25, provides hydrogeologists, regulators, and anyone dealing with ground water contamination problems a thorough understanding of NAPLs and their migration, as well as how they may be remediated. Taught by Dr. David Kreamer and Paul Yaniga, this course deals with DNAPLs and LNAPLs such as TCE/PCE, chlorinated solvents, PDB, coal tar, and fuels.

“Environmental Isotopes in Ground Water Resources and Contaminant Hydrogeology,” September 24-25, discusses the basics of isotope hydrology and how this methodology can be used to solve various hydrogeological problems. Environmental consultants, water supply engineers and administrators, and regulatory personnel will benefit from course instructor Drs. Ian Clark and Ramon Aravena’s 35 combined years of experience.

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