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SDAG Monthly Meeting - IN PERSON
Wednesday - May 18, 2022

Location: Filippi's Pizza Grotto
5353 Kearny Villa Road
San Diego, CA. 92123



SDAG Monthly Meeting - IN PERSON

6:00pm - Happy Hour
7:00pm - Meeting begins

happy hour
6:00pm -
Social hour  

Menu: Pizza

dinner
6:30pm -
Dinner


Cost: $40.00 for non-members, $35.00 for members, $25.00 for students, $45.00 at the door without reservation.
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speaker
7:00pm -
Program

" PFAS (Per- and Poly-Fluoroalkyl Substances)"

Speaker: Chuck Houser, CHg, SCS Engineers

PFAS (per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances) have become a source of concern in California and throughout the nation. PFAS is a "forever chemical," which means that PFAS compounds do not naturally degrade in the environment. PFAS compounds can be found in, among other things, cosmetics, sunscreen, new clothes, Scotchguard and other moisture repellants, Teflon (yes your pans), fast food packaging, and AFFF (aqueous film forming foam used to extinguish aircraft fires). The State Water Board has issued investigation orders to a variety of industrial facilities, including plating facilities, landfills, and airports, known to store, use, or dispose of materials containing PFAS. This talk presents a case study of the on-going PFAS investigation at the Santa Maria Public Airport in central-coastal California.

Chuck Houser is a hydrogeologist with SCS Engineers. His professional experience includes underground tanks, due diligence, clean water resources, and, you guessed it, PFAS. In his spare time (as much as he can find), Chuck fly fishes, collects minerals, and is a private pilot.

Upcoming SDAG meetings - 2022

Monday June 6: - Joint meeting with South Coast Geological Society

Meetings are usually scheduled for the 3rd Wednesday evening of the month. Meeting information on this website is normally updated the second week of the month.

Recordings of past meetings

3/16/2022: Dr. David A. Novelo-Casanova & Dr. Gerardo Suárez "The Risk Atlas of Mexico City, Mexico: a tool for decision-making and disaster prevention"
https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/6cXhxheuNRLf951mBU-ehWXBSYm-7RrzQya-pTvG29-XrMIeo3OUPiuDsSjMhkVV.Du82etdkgOSB1C6b
Passcode: S5UVV8y$

2/16/2022: Dr. Isabelle Sacramento-Mcjilton "The Great Geological Perils of Portugal: Quiet now, big later..."
https://sdsu.zoom.us/rec/share/cFG-2q3UJ0_MArSODCZDwYbSx6MIWxNEJfYLvOGbax2c5Tqx9VBEQuE_6flSs0IO.C5a4zKF1_fLocf10

1/19/2022: Dr. Norrie Robbins "Extending the Busch-Miller (2016) Hypothesis: Acid Rain from K-Pg Bolide Impact Chemically Altered Exposed Igneous Rocks in San Diego County"
https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/g1owcE-POmcFiwun3utUNutGFjND072PQiSyg_YHAWz1zcwLXFyKRGBp6K8DPo3r.X15QHo14H8xGU60G
Passcode: K8^!F=ZE

Recordings of other past meetings are temporarily unavailable

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