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      Northwest Environmental Training Center Presents:

      EPA's Unified Guidance: Statistical Analysis of Groundwater Data

      Course ID: STAT-410
      January 18-19, 2011
      Seattle, Washington


      Instructor: Kirk Cameron

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      This two-day course discusses the core elements of the EPA's first major revision to its groundwater statistical guidance in almost 20 years. Presented by the primary author of the revision, this course will showcase new features of the guidance, as well as recommended changes to current statistical practice. In addition to reviewing the design and evaluation of statistical programs for groundwater monitoring, participants will also learn the benefits of checking their assumptions in order to run the most effective statistical tests.
       

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      About the Instructor:

      Dr. Kirk Cameron is the founder and president of MacStat Consulting, Ltd. in Colorado Springs, Colorado, a statistical consulting firm specializing in environmental statistical applications and problem-solving. He has over 20 years of experience in teaching and consulting to USEPA, DoD, DoE, the US Air Force, and private environmental and medical firms. Dr. Cameron is the primary author of both USEPA's Interim Final Guidance document for the statistical analysis of groundwater monitoring data (1992) and the recently published major update to this guidance entitled the Unified Guidance (2009). He has designed training courses on the statistical analysis of groundwater monitoring data and presented to regulators, consultants, and environmental professionals around the country. He also filmed a commercial videotape training series on groundwater data analysis. More recently. Dr. Cameron developed a no-cost, publicly available, geostatistical and statistical-based software tool (GTS v1.0) for the US Air Force and DoD to optimize sampling frequencies and locations at sites undergoing long-term ground-water monitoring (LTM).
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       Registration: $525/$450*
      (*reduced tuition is available to employees of Native American tribes, government agencies, and nonprofits; students; and NAEP, NEBC, NWAEP members). You may register online or by calling the Northwest Environmental Training Center at 425-270-3274.


      Take more courses and save!
      - Include the promotional code, seen within the order confirmation, and save 50 dollars on your next NWETC course. (Promotional code inputted at top of billing information)
       

      You may have noticed NWETC has new website. Registration will now require creating a membership account first, with billing information second, and finally order confirmation. You will not see the applied discounted rate until the last page, but don't worry it will be applied!
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      Northwest Environmental Training Center a 501(c)(3) non-profit program of EOS Alliance
      230 NE Juniper St, Ste 201, Issaquah, WA, phone: 425-270-3274, fax: 425-526-2071
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