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Land Science is pleased to present a webinar with vapor intrusion experts, Dr. Blayne Hartman of Hartman Environmental and Dr. Mark Kram of Groundswell Technologies. During this webinar presentation, Dr.s Hartman and Kram discuss updates regarding vapor intrusion pathway issues, as well as the use of continuous monitoring data. Vapor intrusion continues to be a hot topic among environmental practitioners and represents an opportunity in the industry for firms to expand in providing informed and proper VI guidance and best practices for their clients’ sites.

This presentation covers two primary topics:

  1. Current VI Pathway Issues, Including:
    • Status of Short Term Exposures to TCE
    • Regulatory Default Soil Gas Attenuation Factors
    • Dynamics Rules
    • Chasing Sewers
    • VI Indicators and Surrogates
    • Return of the J&E Model
  2. Expediting VI Assessments and Remedies with High Resolution Continuous Monitoring and Response.

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About the Presenters:

REGENESIS Remediation Solutions Blayne Hartman, PhD
President, Hartman Environmental Geoscience
Dr. Hartman is a nationally recognized expert on soil vapor sampling, soil vapor analysis, and vapor intrusion. He has provided training on soil gas methods and vapor intrusion to state regulatory agencies in over 30 states. His organization, Hartman Environmental Geoscience, provides vapor intrusion, soil gas and analytical expertise and specializes in VI and soil gas training, real-time continuous monitoring of TCE & other VOCs in indoor air, and vapor intrusion regulatory guidance.

REGENESIS Remediation Solutions Mark Kram, PhD
Founder and CTO, Groundswell Technologies
Dr. Mark Kram is the Founder and CTO for Groundswell Technologies, Inc., a group specializing in automated Cloud based monitoring and modeling of environmental sensor and analytical instrumentation networks. Dr. Kram earned his Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Management from the University of California at Santa Barbara, an M.S. degree in Geology from San Diego State University, and his B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He has over 30 years of experience using innovative environmental assessment techniques, has authored articles, national standards and book chapters on the subject, and has taught graduate level courses on related topics. Dr. Kram is the recipient of the NGWA’s prestigious Technology Award, and received the 2014 ASTM Committee D18 Technical Editors Award.