The Use of Geophysics for Optimizing Environmental Site Characterization and Remediation
In this webinar we are pleased to have as special guest speakers John A. Mundell, P.E., L.P.G., P.G. and Ryan Brumbaugh, L.P.G. of Mundell & Associates, Inc. This Webinar discusses the use of geophysical survey applications to enhance standard environmental site characterization practices and improve the design of remedial alternatives for complex site and geologic conditions. A summary of the use of various geophysical methods applied to environmental projects is provided, focusing on such methods as electromagnetic metal detection, electromagnetic conductivity, two-dimensional electrical resistivity, ground penetrating radar (GPR), seismic, microgravity and downhole logging.
This presentation includes selected case histories demonstrating the successful application of geophysical surveys for:
- Environmental Site Assessments
- Industrial Contamination Projects
- Groundwater Investigations and Remediation
FAQ: Use of Geophysics for Optimizing Remediation and Site Characterization
This Q&A is a result of the questions posed during the presentation from Mundell & Associates and REGENESIS. The questions summarized as part of the REGENESIS “Distinguished Speaker” webinar series were provided by our guest presenters, John A. Mundell and Ryan Brumbaugh in response to questions fielded throughout the webinar presentation. REGENESIS is grateful to both Mr. Mundell and Mr. Brumbaugh for sharing their expertise. REGENESIS is dedicated to providing relevant, industry-leading content in support of client partners globally. Any use or reproduction of the contents of this FAQ document must be approved by REGENESIS and/or Mundell & Associates.
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