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NAPLS: The Migration, Characterisation & Remediation Of Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids In The Subsurface

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Mappin Building, University of Sheffield, Mappin St, Sheffield, S1 3JD, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom

This is the only Professional Development Short Course offered in the UK dedicated solely to NAPL fate, transport and remediation.  NAPL behaviour is a complex issue, influenced by the interplay between various factors.  On this course, you will gain a conceptual understanding of what controls the migration, distribution, and dissolution of NAPLs in both unconsolidated and fractured rock geology.  You will learn how to conduct effective NAPL source zone characterisations and appreciate the advantages and disadvantages of many common remedial approaches.  You will use your new understanding of the science governing NAPL behaviour to explore real-world NAPL examples.  The knowledge you will gain on this course will provide you with the bedrock you need to make intelligent NAPL management decisions.

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