NGWA course calendar covers range of topics

The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) will offer more than 20 courses on a variety of ground water topics during the remainder of 2003 at locations around the country.

WESTERVILLE, OH, March 6, 2003 -- The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) will offer more than 20 courses on a variety of ground water topics during the remainder of 2003 at locations around the country. The courses are taught by ground water professionals with a combination of practical and classroom experience. NGWA members and non-members are encouraged to register.

Courses, dates and locations are as follows:

March 24-26, Columbus, Ohio: Principles of Ground Water-Flow, Transport and Remediation

April 6-8, Orange, California: The Modflow Course: Theory and Practical Applications in Natural Attenuation, Remediation Design, and Water Resource Management Using Visual MODFLOW Pro

April 9, Orange, California: Model Calibration Using PEST

April 10-12, Orange, California: Advanced Ground Water Modeling: Theory and Implementation of Advanced Modeling Techniques

June 4-5, Westerville, Ohio: Environmental Isotopes in Ground Water Resource and Contaminant Hydrogeology

June 9-11, Columbus, Ohio: Analysis and Design of Aquifer Tests

September 22-23, Natick, Massachusetts: Low Cost Remediation Strategies

September 24-26, Seattle, Washington: An Introduction to Ground Water

September 24-26, Natick, Massachusetts: Natural Attenuation for Remediation of Contaminated Sites

September 29-30, Seattle, Washington: Aquifer Tests: Operation and Parameter Estimation

September 29-October 3, San Diego, California: Natural Attenuation, Risk Assessment and RBCA

October 14-15, Westerville, Ohio: Ground Water Data Management Using Microsoft, Oracle, and Internet Database Technologies

October 21-22, Westerville, Ohio: Successful Remediation Strategies

October 21-23, Princeton, New Jersey: The MODFLOW Course: Theory and Practical Applications in Natural Attenuation, Remediation Design, and Water Resource Management Using Visual MODFLOW Pro

October 24, Princeton, New Jersey: Model Calibration Using PEST

November 3-4, Atlanta, Georgia: Fundamentals of Ground Water Geochemistry

November 3-4, Worthington, Ohio: Estimating Times of Remediation

November 5-7, Atlanta, Georgia: Applications of Ground Water Geochemistry

November 5-7, Worthington, Ohio: Understanding Migration, Assessment, and Remediation

November 13-14, Denver, Colorado: Isotopic and Hydrogeological Characterization of Fractured Rock Settings: Current and Novel Approaches

For more information or to register for NGWA's courses, contact NGWA customer service at (800) 551-7379 or (614) 898-7791, or visit the Events & Education section of NGWA's Web site at http://www.ngwa.org/education/index.html. Course information is subject to change.

The National Ground Water Association is a membership organization representing more than 15,500 U.S. and international ground water professionals, including contractors, equipment manufacturers, and suppliers, and ground water scientists and engineers. NGWA provides members, government, and the general public with the scientific knowledge and economic guidance necessary to responsibly develop, protect, and manage the world's ground water resources. For more information on NGWA, call customer service at (800) 551-7379 or (614) 898-7791, or visit the NGWA Web site at .


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