Symposium on Continuous Soil Gas Measurements issues call for papers.
Press Release Summary:
February 17, 2012 - Scheduled for January 30, 2013, Continuous Soil Gas Measurements: Worst Case Risk Parameters symposium, will focus on newly released critical continuous soil gas monitoring parameters associated with industrial activity around the world. Papers are invited on topics such as barometric effects, soil moisture effects, and temperature effects, as well as dry cleaners, gas stations, fracking, landfills, brownfields, litigation issues, and regulatory issues.
Original Press Release
Papers Invited for ASTM International Symposium on Continuous Soil Gas Measurements
Press release date: February 15, 2012
o New sensors,
o Barometric effects,
o Soil moisture effects,
o Temperature effects,
o Dry cleaners,
o Gasoline stations,
o Oil and gas facilities,
o Litigation issues, and
o Regulatory issues. To participate in the symposium, presenters/authors must submit a 250-300 word preliminary abstract at www.astm.org/MEETINGS/COMMIT/d18cfp0113.htm by April 30, 2012. The abstract must include a clear definition of the objective and approach of the work discussed, pointing out material that is new, and present sufficient details regarding results. The presentation and manuscript must not be of a commercial nature nor can it have been previously published. The symposium chairman will notify you via postal mail by May 7, 2012, of your paper's acceptability for presentation at the symposium. Symposium presenters are required to submit their papers to the Selected Technical Paper (STP), an online and printed, peer-reviewed publication for the international scientific and engineering community. Manuscripts to be peer reviewed for the STP are due online no later than January 30, 2013. Additional technical information is available from symposium chairman Lorne Everett, L Everett & Associates, Santa Barbara, Calif. (phone: 805-880-9301; email@example.com). ASTM International is one of the largest international standards development and delivery systems in the world. ASTM International meets the World Trade Organization (WTO) principles for the development of international standards: coherence, consensus, development dimension, effectiveness, impartiality, openness, relevance and transparency. ASTM standards are accepted and used in research and development, product testing, quality systems and commercial transactions.