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Environmental and hydrogeological data management applied to mining

22 de April de 2020 - 12:00 - 13:00

Free
This one-hour webinar presented by Eng Sophia Varela, Data Management Specialist at Water Services and Technologies, on April 22 (GMT-3; 11AM EST) is suitable for mining professionals who need to manage environmental, hydrological and hydrogeological data, coming in different formats and from multiple sources, in a more efficient and integrated manner. The objective of this webinar is to show the best data management practices in an integrated manner, from data capturing to report production, including validation, quality control, visualization and automation of activities. This approach allows complex analysis to ensure compliance with environmental regulations and to bring stakeholders and decision-makers to the same level. The following topics will be covered: Integrated data management importance and best practices; Data collection and importation in a semi-automated and/or automated way; Visualization of well profiles, cross sections and maps; Generation of customized and automated graphs and reports. All of these tools are used in an integrated manner to allow a complete understanding of your project more dynamic and completely. The software presented at the webinar, HydrogeoAnalyst, is being used by many large mining companies such as Vale, Nexa Resources, AngloGold, and CBMM.

This webinar is offered by a partnership between Water Services and Technologies and Waterloo Hydrogeologic

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Sophia Varela, Environmental and Sanitary Engineer

Environmental and Sanitary Engineer graduated from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC), working in the area of environment and data management a Water Services and Technologies. Her expertise area includes implementation of data management systems and environmental studies of surface and groundwater. She also works on hydrogeological numerical modeling, such as costal aquifers and saltwater intrusion. She is a master’s student at UFSC, in hydrochemical modeling to evaluate the nitrogen transformations in infiltration systems of reuse water.

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Date:
22 de April de 2020
Time:
12:00 - 13:00
Cost:
Free
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