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  • Applied Contaminant Transport Training

    Second Edition (2002): SSP&A Software is proud to announce the availability of the second edition of Applied Contaminant Transport Modeling -- Theory and Practice, a transport modeling textbook. This book was written by Dr. Chunmiao Zheng, professor of Geology at the University of Alabama and Mr. Gordon Bennett, a senior Associate at ...

    By S.S. Papadopulos and Associates, Inc based in Bethesda, MARYLAND (USA).

  • Practical Applications of Groundwater Geochemistry - Course

    This is a course for scientists and engineers who work in the fields of groundwater characterization, contamination, and remediation. Conditions resulting from groundwater and aquifer/soil interactions will be discussed in this course; the effect of introducing a variety of contaminants will be examined. Case studies will be used to explain data ...

    By National Ground Water Association (NGWA) based in Westerville, OHIO (USA).

  • Fundamentals of Groundwater Geochemistry - Course

    This is an introductory geochemistry course for scientists and engineers working in the fields of groundwater site characterization, contamination, and remediation. Basic chemical interactions occurring between water and soil/aquifer material that determine the composition of natural water and affect the migration of contaminants will be covered, ...

    By National Ground Water Association (NGWA) based in Westerville, OHIO (USA).

  • Environmental Geochemistry of Metals - Investigation and Remediation - Course

    Soil and groundwater at many mining, industrial, and power utility sites in the United States and elsewhere are contaminated by metals, radionuclides, and other inorganic chemicals. Remediation by natural attenuation, also known as intrinsic remediation, is a viable approach for reducing the risk associated with metal/inorganic solute plumes in ...

    By National Ground Water Association (NGWA) based in Westerville, OHIO (USA).

  • Design and Construction of Wells - Course

    A well is more than a hole in the ground that is used to produce water or for monitoring water quality. Each well needs to be designed and constructed to meet the unique aspects of the hydrogeologic environment and the purpose for which it is intended. The purposes range from obtaining thousands of gallons per minute from a heterogeneous sand ...

    By National Ground Water Association (NGWA) based in Westerville, OHIO (USA).

  • Modflow Beginners Training Course

    Instructor of this course, Dragan Kaludjerovic,PhD, has 20 years in groundwater flow modeling practice and training. First course he held was 1997. and continuously from that year he is giving groundwater flow and contaminant transport courses worldwide.

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