Water Sampling Techniques, Getting it Right

Water Sampling Techniques, Getting it Right
This one-day TUITION FREE course is designed for environmental enforcement personnel and prosecutors who would like to expand their knowledge related to water sampling techniques while conducting environmental enforcement investigations. Attendees would include Department of Fish & Wildlife wardens within Region 4 of the California Department of Fish & Wildlife (Central Region serving Kern, San Luis Obispo, Tulare, Kings, Monterey, Fresno, San Benito, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Stanislaus and Tuolumne counties) as well as Emergency First Responders and regulators within this same regional area. This training will focus upon all areas of water sampling which are essential to a successful environmental investigation including hands on demonstrations of the process.



Date & Location

February 21, 2019
UC Merced Fresno Center

Technical Advisors

Ann Gallagher White, Deputy District Attorney, Sonoma County
Dije Ndreu, Deputy District Attorney, Monterey County
Matt Carr, CDAA Senior Circuit Prosecutor
John Fentis, CDAA Environmental Project Director

Topics

Field Sampling, Chain of Custody, Specific Sampling Techniques, Defense Challenges to Sampling, Hands-On Demonstrations & Exercises.

MCLE Credit

No MCLE credit will be offered for this seminar.

Location

UC Merced Fresno Center is located at 550 E. Shaw Avenue Fresno CA 93710.

Tuition

Tuition is free for this seminar.

Reimbursements

 This training will not provide reimbursements. 

Agenda

Agenda coming soon!

CDAA Contact

Harman Kaur, Training Consultant, hkaur@cdaa.org
When
2/21/2019 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Where
UC Merced Fresno Center Fresno
 

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