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Professional Short Course: National Acid Sulfate Soils Guidance

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Perth, WA 6000

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Professional Short Course: National Acid Sulfate Soils Guidance - identification and assessment

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Are you familiar with the recently released National acid sulfate soils sampling and identification methods manual and National acid sulfate soils identification and laboratory methods manual?

The Environmental Analysis Laboratory at Southern Cross University, in collaboration with the Western Australian Department of Water and Environmental Regulation, are offering a two day short course for professionals responsible for assessing and managing acid sulfate soils.

The course in 2021 will be led by Dr Nick Ward, Dr Steve Appleyard and Graham Lancaster, co-authors of the national guidance documents.

Early bird special - course costs $1,400 (including GST) now until 12 September 202`1.

Course costs $1,500 (including GST) from 13 September 2021.

Further information: Overview of the course.

Please note the venue for the event may change.


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The Environmental Analysis Laboratory (EAL) specialises in a range of quality analytical services. Operating since 1993, EAL is part of Southern Cross University (SCU), located at the Lismore campus in Northern NSW, Australia. Strong partnerships with SCU's Special Research Centres, and EALs flexibility and capacity to diversify, enables the laboratory to adopt new and innovative techniques as they are developed and tested, through ongoing research.

Management and staff have a strong commitment to quality assurance. EAL holds NATA accreditation for a wide range of tests. All analysis is backed by rigorous quality control procedures, with proven reproducibility through regular proficiency trials. EAL provides world-standard work in the shortest possible time frame, at commercially competitive prices.

The EAL regularly offers short courses for professionals responsible for assessing and managing acid sulfate soils, in accordance with the National Acid Sulfate Soils Guidance. Further information is available at:

https://www.scu.edu.au/environmental-analysis-laboratory---eal/professional-short-courses/

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