In this webinar we are pleased to have as a special guest speaker Grant Carey, Ph.D., President of Porewater Solutions. His presentation demonstrates visualization and modeling tools which may be used to improve the assessment and communication of site remediation activities.
Dr. Carey's presentation covers the following visualization and modeling tools:
Dr. Carey is joined by Maureen Dooley, Director of Strategic Projects at REGENESIS, who shares her expertise on remediation of complex sites as it relates to the projects and modeling tools featured in Dr. Carey’s presentation.
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Grant Carey, Ph.D. President, Porewater Solutions Dr. Grant Carey is President of Porewater Solutions, and is an expert in mathematical modeling, NAPL characterization, and environmental forensics, with a focus on both litigation and regulatory projects. Dr. Carey has a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Guelph, and has developed industry-leading modeling and visualization software including In-Situ Remediation (ISR-MT3DMS) for optimizing remediation and modeling diffusion-dominated transport, as well as Visual Bio, the NAPL Depletion Model, Vapor-2D, BioRedox-MT3DMS, and the Remediation ToolKit which includes SEQUENCE, BioTrends, and BioTracker. Dr. Carey is also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Toronto, where he is collaborating on research related to back-diffusion and long-term strategies for remediating complex sites. He has published or delivered more than 90 technical papers and short courses, and was previously a trainer for ITRC web seminars on Mass Flux/Mass Discharge, and Remediation of Contaminated Sediments.
Maureen Dooley Director of Strategic Projects, REGENESIS Maureen Dooley has over twenty-five years of experience in many aspects of remediation industry, including project management, research and development, senior technical oversight, remedial design and laboratory management. Her prior experience includes the completion of numerous treatability studies designed to evaluate the biodegradation of a wide range of chemical constituents that include chlorinated solvents, petroleum hydrocarbons, explosives, aromatic hydrocarbons and pesticides. In her current role at REGENESIS, she provides technical leadership for complex soil and groundwater remediation projects, including PFAS groundwater contamination treatment, throughout North America, as well as remediation design, strategy, and business development in the northeastern United States and eastern Canada.