An intensive three-day course in Groundwater Pollution, directed toward professionals working in the water resources field, will be given at the Commodore Hotel in New York City, November 6–8, 1973. It is being offered as a continuation of the Water Resources Engineering Educational Series presented by University of California Extension and the University of California College of Engineering at Berkeley. Attendance at the course will be limited to 250.
Arrangements for the presentation have been made by the university in cooperation with Geraghty and Miller, Inc., consulting groundwater geologists and hydrologists, Port Washington, New York. The program is designed with special emphasis on pollution of groundwater in the northeastern states, where public agencies are becoming increasingly concerned about the deterioration of this vital resource.