SEVIEW New Jersey Training Seminar

Environmental Software Consultants, Inc.
Presents training on:

Development of
Site-Specific Impact to Ground Water
Soil Remediation Standards
Using SESOIL & AT123D


ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This two-day course covers the development of cleanup objectives under the New Jersey guidance. Training will cover a wide range of subject matter, from simple equations, to Synthetic Precipitation Leaching Procedure (SPLP) methods and transport and fate modeling. Focus will be given to the use of the SESOIL and AT123D models contained in the SEVIEW transport and fate modeling software.



WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Hydrogeologists
- Engineers
- Regulators
- Project Managers
The overall goal of the course is to provide exposure to practical modeling methods. Those already experienced in modeling will benefit from an introduction to the capabilities of SEVIEW 6.3.

SEVIEW is a comprehensive program that links SESOIL to the SUMMERS, BIOSCREEN, AT123D, and MODFLOW/MT3D models. SEVIEW also links BIOSCREEN to AT123D.

Consultants and regulatory agencies around the world use SEVIEW, including the NJDEP, NYDEC, MADEP, NHDES, VADEQ and OHEPA.

PREREQUISITES
A basic knowledge of the MS Windows is recommended. Modeling experience is beneficial but not required.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
If you have any special requirements such as handicap facilities, please call or indicate when registering for the course.


Try SEVIEW for free!
Download the trial version at
www.seview.com/download.htm

March 23 & 24, 2009
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM


At the
Rutgers University Inn & Conference Center
178 Ryders Lane
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8556



Attendees will receive:
  • A trial versions of SEVIEW
  • Class handouts
  • Real world examples
  • Discounts on the SEVIEW modeling software
Program
March 23, 2009
8:00 8:30
Registration & Continental Breakfast
MORNING SESSION
8:30 9:45
Setting up and Running SESOIL
9:45 10:00
Break
10:00 12:00
SESOIL Graphical Results
12:00 1:00
Lunch Break
AFTERNOON SESSION
1:00 3:00
SESOIL to AT123D Link
3:00 3:15
Break
3:15 5:00
SESOIL to MODFLOW/MT3D Link

March 24, 2009
8:00 8:15
Continental Breakfast
MORNING SESSION
8:15 9:45
BIOSCREEN Link to AT123D
9:45 10:00
Break
10:00 12:00
MODFLOW and MT3D Modeling
12:00 1:00
Lunch Break
AFTERNOON SESSION
1:00 3:00
Model Capabilities and Results
3:00 3:15
Break
3:15 5:00
Report Prep., Advanced SEVIEW















Instructors
Robert Schneiker, P.G., President
Environmental Software Consultants, Inc., Madison, WI

Mr. Schneiker designed and developed SEVIEW, which is used by consultants, and regulators around the world. Project experience includes SESOIL vadose zone modeling used by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to establish baseline regulatory soil cleanup standards protective of groundwater quality.

Liliana Cecan, P.E., Ph.D.
McLane Environmental, LLC, Princeton, NJ

Dr. Cecan has 16 years experience in the environmental field, providing technical leadership, management and hands-on work in the fields of groundwater modeling in support of Risk Assessment, Brownfields Redevelopment, Remediation and Litigation Support. She assisted in the development of the SESOIL to MODFLOW/MT3D link.

Can´t Make the Course
Customized in-house workshops and modeling project assistance are also available.
Space is limited to 20 participants
so register soon!
Questions

Call ESCI at 608 240-9878.
You may also contact ESCI via e-mail at training@seview.com.



To Register:
Complete and print the Registration Form. Then send it including payment to:
    Environmental Software Consultants, Inc.
    P.O. Box 2622
    Madison, WI 53701-2622
If you're paying via credit card you can print and fax the Registration Form to: 608 285-5131
Visit www.seview.com for more information on the SEVIEW modeling software.

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