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||Basic Environmental Geophysics (BEG)
This 2-day course provides individuals who have little or no geophysical exploration experience with practical information on the strengths and limitations of the most used geophysical techniques on hazardous waste sites. It is intended to enable students to select the appropriate methods and to effectively supervise geophysical surveys during hazardous waste site investigations. This course bridges the gap between the 1-day Overview of Environmental Geophysics and the 3-day Introduction to Environmental Geophysics cours
||September 18, 2019 at 8:00 AM
||September 19, 2019 at 5:00 PM
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|This event will be held
|| Denver Federal Center
1 Denver Federal Center
Foord Conference Room (Building 20)
Lakewood, CO 80225
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EPA travelers: It is not anticipated that this course will require a 5170. Please use your organization's generic exempt conference budget code in your TA for this course.