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Effective Environmental Field Sampling and Data Collection
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|Synopsis:||If you are a student in environmental sciences, have recently entered the field of environmental services, or are looking to improve your existing skills, this half-day course that focuses on field sampling procedures, data collection, and preliminary report preparation is for you!|
|Start Time:||Friday, April 28, 2017 8:30 AM|
|End Time:||Friday, April 28, 2017 12:30 PM|
|Location:||Cook Student Center|
|Address:||59 Biel Road|
|Campus:||George H. Cook|
|City, State, Country:||New Brunswick, NJ US|
|Sponsor:||Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education|
|Contact Name:||Pamela Springard-Mayer|
|Contact Phone:||(848) 932-7463|
Collecting accurate data is essential to the success of environmental projects. Without a strong understanding of quality assurance and control procedures, sample collection techniques, field notes in log books, completion of standard data sheets, and laboratory chains of custodies, field technicians may generate unsuitable data that is not representative of actual site conditions. This in turn can lead to data gaps and serious flaws in the environmental planning process to remediate contaminated soil, ground water and surface waters for environmental compliance.
This class will give you the tools and knowledge you need to provide the project managers, supervisors and senior level consultants in your organization with data they can rely on. This course will be particularly helpful for you if your job responsibilities include soil, ground water and surface water sampling. Situations that can pose a challenge to collecting data and how to effectively address those challenges will also be discussed.
Please Note: This course has been designed for those who are new to the environmental field or looking for a refresher on the topics of field sampling and data collection. Advanced skills and concepts will not be covered.
|Target Audience:||Alumni, General Public|