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11
Jun
2019

Fundamental Contaminant Chemistry in Soil and Groundwater

06-11-2019 8:30 am
Fundamental Contaminant Chemistry in Soil and Groundwater

This two-day course includes an overview of key chemistry concepts associated with environmental contamination and provides a foundation for understanding contaminant fate and transport.

Website: https://nwetc.org/course-catalog/chem-403a-jun-11-12

Contact: info@nwetc.org

12
Jun
2019

Introduction for Wetland Identification

Introduction for Wetland Identification

In this one-day combination classroom and field course, a nationally recognized wetlands expert will review the skills you need to identify freshwater wetlands and their boundaries and introduce you to wetland plant identification and soil recognition.

13
Jun
2019

Advanced NEPA - An intensive one-day seminar with solutions to the most difficult NEPA problems

06-13-2019
Advanced NEPA - An intensive one-day seminar with solutions to the most difficult NEPA problems

During this seminar we’ll address some of the more difficult questions surrounding NEPA – questions related to the categorical exclusion, the environmental assessment, the finding of no significant impact, and the environmental impact statement.

Website: https://nwetc.org/course-catalog/pol-500-june-13-2019

Contact: info@nwetc.org

17
Jun
2019

Basic Wetland Delineation Online with Field Practicum in Anchorage, AK

06-17-2019 8:00 am - 06-18-2019 5:00 pm
Basic Wetland Delineation Online with Field Practicum in Anchorage, AK

This course satisfies the requirements for basic wetland delineation training as specified by the Corps of Engineers and certification programs in many states. Materials and content are the same as identified in our in-person 5-day Basic Wetland Delineation classes. Expect to spend a minimum of 24-lecture-contact-hours online that can be started at any time, but must be completed prior to attending the field session selected at time of registration.

17
Jun
2019

International Conference on Central Nervous System and Neurological Surgeons

06-17-2019 9:00 am - 06-18-2019 5:00 pm
International Conference on Central Nervous System and Neurological Surgeons

Pulsus group invites you to the International conference on central nervous system and neurological surgeons scheduled on June 17-18 2019 at London, UK

19
Jun
2019

Global Expo on Green Chemistry, Organic Farming and Carcinogenic Chemicals

06-19-2019 - 06-20-2019

Global Expo on Green Chemistry (GEGC 2019) during June 19-20, 2019 at Beijing, China

19
Jun
2019

Advanced Hydric Soils Online with Field Practicum in Anchorage, AK

06-19-2019 - 06-20-2019
Advanced Hydric Soils Online with Field Practicum in Anchorage, AK

Online lectures on soil formation, redoximorphic features, soil color, drained hydric soils, and wetlands not meeting indicators will prepare the participant for the field exercises and additional instruction on regional hydric soil indicators and problematic situations. Expect to spend a minimum of 8-lecture-contact-hours online and 16 hours in the field. Online lectures can be started (and reviewed) at any time, but must be completed prior to attending the field session selected at time of registration.

23
Jun
2019

Sedges and Rushes: Identification and Ecology

Sedges and Rushes: Identification and Ecology

June 23–29, 2019

This seminar offers a comprehensive overview of the systematics and ecology of sedges and rushes. Field studies will focus on recognition of major groups and important species, but will also cover reasons for the diversity of species in different habitats of coastal and inland Maine. Field identification and field characters are emphasized. Lab studies of specimens and discussions will develop formal identification skills and will review the various keys that are available. Participants are encouraged to bring their own challenging or interesting specimens needing identification or verification, and the keys with which they hope to become more proficient.

Anton Reznicek (reznicek@umich.edu) is Curator of Vascular Plants at the University of Michigan Herbarium. He has studied sedges throughout North America and the neotropics for more than 30 years and has written numerous articles on sedge classification, evolution, and biogeography, as well as articles on the dynamics of sedge-dominated communities. He is an authority on difficult sedge identifications and is currently working on the systematics and evolution of the genus Carex, Great Lakes region biogeography, and the Flora of Michigan.

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24
Jun
2019

Advanced Hydric Soils Online with Field Practicum in Twin Cities, MN

06-24-2019 - 06-25-2019
Advanced Hydric Soils Online with Field Practicum in Twin Cities, MN

Online lectures on soil formation, redoximorphic features, soil color, drained hydric soils, and wetlands not meeting indicators will prepare the participant for the field exercises and additional instruction on regional hydric soil indicators and problematic situations. Expect to spend a minimum of 8-lecture-contact-hours online and 16 hours in the field. Online lectures can be started (and reviewed) at any time, but must be completed prior to attending the field session selected at time of registration.

24
Jun
2019

Identifying Sedges, Grasses and Rushes in Pittsburgh, PA

06-24-2019 - 06-27-2019
Identifying Sedges, Grasses and Rushes in Pittsburgh, PA

This part lab and part field course is designed to give participants the knowledge and familiarity necessary to identify members of these difficult families. Participants will learn vocabulary, work extensively with keys, and hone dissecting skills. Participants will be exposed to well over 100 species through prepared specimens and field work.

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