Passive Sampling of Hydrophobic Organic Compounds at Sediment Sites: Practical Advice for Decision-Makers and End-Users
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Course Description:

Passive sampling is quickly becoming the primary approach for measuring the availability of hydrophobic organic compounds in sediments, and is being applied to questions regarding risk, fate, and remedy effectiveness at a variety of contaminated sediment sites.

The goal of this course is to provide consultants, regulators, and stakeholders with the basic tools and concepts they need to apply passive samplers in the decision making process at sediment sites.

Practical topics of the course include:
• Technical Introduction to Passive Sampling
• Decision-making Applications
• Logistics (Preparation/Procurement, Deployment, and Chemical Analysis)
• Data Analysis and Communication
• Regulatory and Policy Perspectives
• Research Frontiers

Register for this short course at Battelle: Battelle Conference Short Course Registration Page. Hurry, short course space is limited. Register early (by Tuesday, November 1) to save $75 on the full registration price of $275.

For more information about the SP3TM commercial passive sampling service, please visit: http://siremlab.com/sediment-pore-water-sampler/

Publication Summary

  • Geosyntec Authors: Matt Vanderkooy, Jason Conder, Ph.D.
  • All Authors: Matt Vanderkooy, Jason Conder, Ph.D.,Matt Lambert, M.Sc., Upal Ghosh, Ph.D
  • Title: Passive Sampling of Hydrophobic Organic Compounds at Sediment Sites: Practical Advice for Decision-Makers and End-Users
  • Event or Publication: Battelle Contaminated Sediments Conference
  • Practice Areas: Contaminated Sites Publications
  • Date: January 9, 2017
  • Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Type: Presentation