There's more to HRSC than MIP: Overview and Application of HRSC Technologies

Michael Jordan, PG., CWD

Summary

There's more to HRSC than MIP: Overview and Application of HRSC Technologies

Project success often relies on how well any given site is characterized. The Membrane Interface Probe provides detailed vertical information for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and is valuable tool for site characterization. Combing the MIP with other High Resolution Site Characterization (HRSC) technologies is an innovative approach to provide the information necessary for effective remedial design.   

In this webinar attendees will learn how to integrate a variety of technologies throughout the project life cycle--from concept to completion. This includes a multiple lines of evidence approach and the combination of tools in integrated subsurface probes. Share the knowledge from over 20 years of implementing these styles of investigation: 

  • Direct Sensing Tools 
    • Membrane Interface Probe (MIP) 
    • Electrical Conductivity (EC) 
    • Fluorescence Based Tools 
      • Optical Image Profiler (OIP) 
      • Ultra Violet Optical Screening Tool (UVOST) 
      • Tar-specific Green Optical Screening Tool (TarGOST) 
      • Dye-enhanced laser induced fluorescence system (DyeLIF) 
    • Cone Penetration Testing (CPT) 
  • Hydrologic Profiling Tools 
    • WaterlooAPS 
    • Hydraulic Profiling Tool (HPT) 
  • Direct Discrete Measurement Tools 
    • WaterlooAPS 
    • Hydraulic Profiling Tool Groundwater (HPT-GW) 
    • Discrete Soil Sub-coring. 

Date and Time

July 25, 2018
10:00 AM PDT / 1:00 PM EDT

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