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Upcoming Talks

  • Apr 25

    Value of Field Datakeyboard_arrow_down

    As project managers we budget thousands of dollars for drilling and monitoring activities, we send field staff out with forms and field books to fill in, but do we really look at what they bring back to the office and do we have them collecting “valuable” field information. This talk looks at information and data that can be obtained during field activities at a site, this includes what data can or should be collected and how to make use of the data.

    Diane Grady, Ph.D. Senior Hydrogeologist, Grady Environmental Solutions

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Past Talks

  • Apr 18

    Soil Vapour Innovation and Evolution of the Conceptual Site Model – Learning from 20 Years of Data Collectionkeyboard_arrow_down

    Data collection, observation and experience has been instrumental in understanding the significance of the vapor intrusion pathway and for informing guidance.  This presentation will cover twenty years of data collection that provide insight on data correlations, attenuation factors, importance of fate and transport processes, and site factors. 

    Dr. Ian Hers - Golder Associates Ltd.

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  • Apr 11

    FROM PROJECT TO STORY: 8 Steps to Better Environmental Report Writingkeyboard_arrow_down

    Writing clear and convincing technical reports is key to an environmental professional’s success, and it requires skill, judgment and good decisions every step of the way. However, most of us have not had formal training in writing. Join us for this TALK the report-writing process and writing skills. We will show you how the writing process can be broken down into 8 simple steps. Following these steps will make it easier to write a report your reader will love!

    Reidar Zapf-Gilje

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  • Apr 4

    CBN Survey on 15 years of progress on Brownfields since National Round Table on the Environment and Economy’s report on Canadian brownfields (NTREE)keyboard_arrow_down

    The CBN is a knowledge-based national network of passionate, multi-disciplinary industry professionals, focused on uncovering, understanding and sharing brownfield barriers and solutions. The CBN is conducting a national brownfield survey in honour of the 15th year anniversary of the National Round Table on the Environment and Economy’s report on Canadian brownfields. Join Reanne Ridsdale, graduate student from Ryerson University as she explains how to participate and why you should participate. Use your voice to tell us how Canada is doing! Please see canadianbrownfieldsnetwork.ca for more information.

    Reanne Ridsdale

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  • Mar 28

    Phytoremediation of HEPH Contaminated Soils: Land Farm in Northeastern BCkeyboard_arrow_down

    The talk highlights the use of phytoremediation in Northeastern BC to remediate heavier end petroleum hydrocarbons (i.e., more recalcitrant compounds). An overview of site conditions (location, soils), regulatory requirements and client needs will be discussed along with the remedial option selection process. Several different plant species were planted to determine if one or more species was better suited to the contaminants and the climate. One of the projects goals was to use the information gathered from this project to determine if phytoremediation would be an effective remediation technology at similar land farms owned by the client.

    Diane Grady of Grady Environmental Solutions

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  • Mar 23

    Innovative Investigation Techniques below the Fraser River at a Former Wood Treatment Facilitykeyboard_arrow_down

    This talk will give an overview of innovative investigation techniques that were used in the intertidal and subtidal zones of the Fraser River in support of a monitored natural attenuation remedial option at a former wood treatment facility. In order to characterize the groundwater quality below the Fraser River, multi-level monitoring wells were installed below the high water mark. The groundwater discharge zone was identified and characterized in partnership with a research program at UBC by means of offshore profiling from a boat. Multiple rounds of sampling were conducted to delineate fresh and saline groundwater, helping to establish inferred groundwater flow paths and discharge zones to the Fraser River.

    Scott McGregor (Golder) and Michael Zima (UBC)

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3831 West 50th Avenue
Vancouver BC V6N 3V4
Phone : (604) 617-6623
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