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Integrated management of environmental and hydrogeological data applied to mining

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

Free

This one-hour webinar given by data management specialist Eng Sophia Varela, is suitable for professionals who work with various hydrogeological and environmental data in mining and other segments, and need more efficiency in analysis and reporting.

The integrated management of hydrogeological and environmental data deals with automated / semi-automated import, validation, visualization, analysis and generation of graphs and reports in a dynamic way. The objective of the webinar is to show what are the best practices of integrated data management, allowing more complex analyzes, to support decision making in an objective way.

The following topics will be covered:

  • – Importance and good practices of integrated data management;
  • – Collection and import of data in a semi-automated and / or automated way;
  • – View of the wells profile, cross section and maps;
  • – Generation of customized and automated graphs and reports.

All of these tools are used in an integrated way to allow a complete understanding of your project and generation of the desired information in a dynamic way.

This data management model that will be presented at the Webinar is used today at VALE, NEXA, CBMM, SAMARCO, among others.

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Sophia Varela, Sanitary and Environmental Engineer

Sanitary and Environmental Engineer graduated from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC), works in the area of environment and data management at Water Services and Technologies. His area of experience includes projects for the implementation of data management systems and environmental studies of surface and groundwater. It also operates in hydrogeological numerical modeling, such as modeling of coastal aquifers and saline wedge intrusion. She is pursuing a Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering at UFSC, in hydrochemical modeling to assess nitrogen transformations in reuse water infiltration systems.

Details

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