The Association of Geohazard Professionals (AGHP) will be present Part II of its Geohazard Monitoring and Instrumention Webinar, featuring Steve Borron, on 16 May 2017 at 2:00 pm (EDT). The hour-long session will focus on “Landslide Examples Showing How Near Real-time TinSAR Data and Movement Trend Analysis Can Decrease Risk.”
Steve Borron is Principle Geologist at Global Slope Monitoring LLC.
Participants are eligible to receive 1 PDH credit for completing the education.
AGHP GEOHAZARD MONITORING WEBINAR
The 60-minute webinar will address:
- Near real-time data acquisition and interpretation
- Risk reduction
- Understanding movement trends
- AGHP Members: $25
- AGHP Student Members: Free
- Non-Members: $150
Coupon codes will be emailed to active AGHP members.
Non-members who would like to know more about this topic and other activities of the AGHP are encouraged to join AGHP now. Individual AGHP membership is $95, so even new members will receive a substantial discount on this webinar if you join prior to the May 16 session. Once registered, you will receive discounts on all AGHP webinars and publications, as well as an invitation to take part in committees that are shaping geohazards field guidelines for the North American geotechnical engineering community.