Tag Archives: Environmental Data Management

What is a CAS Registry Number?

The Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) is part of the American Chemical Society, and it is used to maintain a database of chemical compounds, substances, and alloys. The CAS database contains over 100 million different chemical compounds. Each CAS entry is identified by a specific number called CAS Registry Number (Cas.org, 2018). CAS Registry Number refers […]

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Import Lab Results Faster: Environmental Data Management

ESdat Environmental Database Software is used for collating and reporting environmental information. It offers interactive functionality to manage, analyze and report laboratory data quickly and easily. ESdat uses its Electronic Lab Data Format (ELDF) to enable the transfer of data from a laboratory to ESDAT users in a format which allows checking and direct import […]

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Map Layouts – Add WMS & WFS to Get a Bigger Picture

Enhanced visualization of environmental data using maps ESdat Desktop is a powerful analysis and reporting tool used to validate, import, analyze and report a broad spectrum of environmental data. It can be customized and is suitable for use by a scientific or engineering user base. The ESdat Server Web Interface extends the most popular functionality […]

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The Capture, Management and Reporting of Environmental Data in Mining

Cristal Mining Australia -­- Client User Story Australia, 19 June 2018 — Since 2014, EScIS (Earth Science Information Systems) and Cristal have worked together to implement the ESdat EDMS (Environmental Data Management System) to simplify the capture, management and reporting of environmental data. Cristal Mining operates several mining and processing facilities in NSW and WA, […]

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ESlog – Understanding and Using Bore Logs

When people bore into the earth in search of oil, gas, groundwater, minerals, or even as an environmental survey, it is necessary for them to maintain a detailed log of their findings. This process, aptly named borehole logging, entails keeping a record of the geological formations discovered while creating a borehole. If the inspection is […]

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