Short Courses

Early-Bird Registration Open Through Nov. 19


Register for a Short Course


Courses within the general technical scope of the Conference will be offered on Monday, January 24, from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Courses are open to both Conference registrants and individuals who will not be attending the Conference technical program.

NOTE: Onsite registrations will not be accepted for Short Courses. This will allow for planning to accommodate adequate distancing in course rooms.

Prospective attendees should register for their selected course by November 19, 2021. If insufficient registrations have been received for a given course by that date, the course will be canceled, and registrants will have the option of transferring to other courses or having their fee refunded.

Course materials will include the instructors’ presentation slides and other supporting materials as appropriate to the course, such as references from the literature, reprints, files, or publicly available software.

All Conference Registration Terms and Conditions, including substitutions, transfers, cancellations, and refunds apply to Short Courses.

Early-Bird: Paid by

Nov 19, 2021

Standard: Paid after

Nov 19, 2021

Half-Day Course (4 Hours)US $200US $275
All-Day Course (8 Hours)US $300US $375

Short Course Schedule

(*) Indicates a laptop required course.

Monday, January 24, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (all-day)

  • Evaluating Sediment Transport: Best Practices, Tools, Techniques, and Application to Site Management

Monday, January 24, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 noon (half-day)

  • Application of Activated Carbon to Sediment Remediation: Design to Installation to Monitoring Reactive Capping and In Situ Treatment 
  • Environmental Forensics or Where did that Contamination Originate?
  • Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) Site Characterization and Assessment Tools
  • Dredging 201: Fundamentals of Sediment Remediation

Monday, January 24, 1:00-5:00 p.m. (half-day)

  • *Capping Design: The Art of Designing of Isolation Layers to Reduce Environmental Risk Associated with Contaminated Sediments
  • Expanding the Use of In Situ Solidification/Stabilization to Provide Additional Tools for the Management of Impacted Sediments

Monday, January 24, 3:00-5:00 p.m.

  • Career Roundtable for Students and Young Professionals--This roundtable discussion is intended for current college or university students and young professionals (five years or less in their field). There is no cost to attend but you must be registered in advance. Please register through the Short Course registration link above.

Removed: Did not meet registration minimums.

  • FTIR and Raman Spectroscopy and Their Applications for Environmental Sciences
  • Technical Writing for Environmental Professionals
  • *Passive Sampling Techniques: A Practical Guide to Identifying Opportunities and Minimizing Challenges
  • Suspended Sediment and Particle Analysis Methods in Support of Sediment Research, Monitoring, and Management