Seeking Clarity in Sediment Concentration and Sizing Methods?
Join Sequoia Scientific for a short course in sediment concentration and sizing methods and technologies.
Dr. Wayne Slade and Chuck Pottsmith will conduct this short course on sediment concentration and sizing methods and technologies at the Battelle Contaminated Sediments Conference on 12 January 2015. The objective of the course is provide a survey of suspended particle (sediment) concentration, size distribution, and dynamics, describe and compare particle sizing technologies and methods, and examine case studies in sedimentology and environmental monitoring. A variety of methods such as gravimetric analysis, sieving, settling column, optical and acoustic backscattering, and laser diffraction will be presented, as well as some biases, strengths and weaknesses, and inter-comparability of each. We finish the short course with a presentation of case studies using SSC and PSD measurements in sediment research, monitoring, and management
Time is running short. Registration Deadline Extended to 21 November: More info and links to registration at https://www.sequoiasci.com/about/sediments-course/
Suspended Sediment Concentration and Particle-Sizing Methods in Support of Sediment Research, Monitoring, and Management
Eighth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments – January 12-15, 2015, New Orleans, Louisiana
Monday, January 12th, 2015, 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Who Should Attend
Environmental scientists, engineers, and regulators interested in learning more about the applications of sediment concentration and sizing methodologies in sedimentology and environmental management
The Eighth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments will be held January 12-15, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Conference is organized and presented by Battelle and sponsors include public and private sector organizations active in environmental assessment, remediation and management. Attendance is expected to be 900 to 1,000 scientists, engineers, regulators, remediation site owners, constructors, and other environmental professionals representing universities, government agencies, consultants, and R&D and service firms from approximately 30 countries.