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5 Outlooks for Environmental Forensics – Conclusion: Solving the Issue of Data Handling

This is the conclusion of the blog series on 5 outlooks of Environmental Forensics.

5 Outlooks for Environmental Forensics - Part Five: Presenting Results with Powerful Visuals

This is part 5 of the blog series on the 5 outlooks of Environmental Forensics.

5 Outlooks for Environmental Forensics - Part Four: Communicate Science Clearly & With Certainty

This is part 4 of the blog series on the 5 outlooks of Environmental Forensics.

5 Outlooks for Environmental Forensics - Part Three: Fundamentals behind Graphs and Diagnostic Ratios

This is part 3 of the blog series on the 5 outlooks of Environmental Forensics.

5 Outlooks for Environmental Forensics - Part Two: Regulatory Compounds

This is part 2 of the blog series on the 5 outlooks of Environmental Forensics.

5 Outlooks for Environmental Forensics - Part One: The Use & Origin of Environmental Forensics

During the months before the INEF 2016 conference, I was thinking about my talk on environmental forensics.   I feel like I “do” environmental forensics on most of my projects, even the ones that are not litigation based, so I was asking myself “What is environmental forensics?”.

International Network of Environmental Forensics (INEF) 2016 - Overview

It was a great conference in Örebro, Sweden this year.  The group had a very good line up of talks covering many different aspects of environmental forensics.  The location of the conference was Örebro Castle, providing the conference with a majestic atmosphere.

Weatherproof Paper for your Legal Field Notes and Forms

New paper, how exciting!

The picture for this blog looks pretty boring.  Just another picture of a chain of custody form.

Nope, these are special paper chain of custody forms.  Printed them up myself on my inkjet printer... What makes them special?  One is water resistant, one is water proof, and the last one is...

More science needed for oil spills

This morning I attended a presentation on the release of the report by the Royal Society of Canada (RSC) on "The Behaviour and Environmental Impacts of Crude Oil Released into Aqueous Environments”.  The full report can be found here.  This was an important talk for me and my work as I have dealt with several of...

BY Court Sandau Environmental Forensics

Losing money on inconclusive soil gas migration testing?

Have you ever had a site where several gas migration tests were completed but received no clear answer as to whether or not the well was leaking.  Then, when you exposed the wellhead, the gas migration (GM) was blatantly obvious.  Maybe it looked something like this…

BY Court Sandau Geoforensics

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