Geosyntec to Present at the 32nd Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water, and Energy
Please join Geosyntec at the 32nd Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water and Energy presented by the Association for Environmental Health and Science Foundation (AEHS) at the University of Massachusetts, in Amherst, Massachusetts on October 17-20, 2016.
The conference attracts 600-800 attendees, including a wide variety of representation from state and federal agencies, military, industry, environmental engineering and consulting, and academia. It has become the preeminent national conference in this important environmental area.
The conference promises to be an exciting opportunity for all those concerned with the challenge of developing creative, cost-effective assessments and solutions that can withstand the demands of regulatory requirements. A strong and diverse technical program is developed each year in concert with a variety of educational, social, and networking opportunities. Live equipment demonstrations augment the exhibition hall, bringing real world application to the technical theory presented in the sessions. Focused day and evening workshops provide attendees with practical information for immediate application.
Leah MacKinnon, P. Eng. (Ontario), James Wang, Ph.D., P.E. (Maryland), Chapman Ross, P.E. (Massachusetts), Moderator – Remediation Tools for Challenging Geology; Cutting Edge Technology for Cleanups in Clay & Fractured Bedrock (Workshop)
Jessica Yeager, P.E. (Massachusetts), Russell Abell, C.G., P.G. (New Hampshire), Eric Lovenduski (New York) - Vapor Intrusion; Reducing Uncertainty in Investigations, Mitigation and Transactions - Tools for the Toolbox (Workshop)
Silvia Mancini, Ph.D., P.Geo. (Toronto) - Integrating CSIA in Forensic Investigations and Conceptual Site Models
Chris Martin (Massachusetts) - High-Volume Vapor Intrusion Sampling: Characterizing Two Large Buildings in One Week
William Wertz (New York) - Use of Mass Flux Characterization to Reduce Uncertainty in Vapor Intrusion Assessments
Alice Blayney (Massachusetts) – Risk-Based Approach for Brownfield Redevelopment Using Targeted Remedial Strategies (Poster Presentation)
David Jensen,(Massachusetts) - Enhanced Bioremediation via Direct Injection at a Brownfields Redevelopment Site (Poster Presentation)
Regina Rancatti, Ph.D. (Maine) - Advantages of Field Laboratory Analysis for Characterizing Mercury Contaminated Soils at a Historic Chlor-Alkali Facility (Poster Presentation)
Ms. Yeager also serves on the Conference's Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) that evaluates abstract submissions, recommends invited papers and presenters, advises with regard to session topics, and serves as conference ambassadors.
For more information regarding the event, visit: AEHS Conference