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Karen A. Hagelstein

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Time Inc.

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Time Inc.

225 Liberty Street

New York City, New York,10281

United States

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Time Inc. (NYSE:TIME) is one of the world's leading media companies, with a monthly global print audience of over 120 million and worldwide digital properties that attract more than 150 million visitors each month, including over 60 websites. Our influential b... more

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ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND STEWARDSHIP Dr Terry Mudder |

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Mudder is co-owner with Dr Karen Hagelstein, of Times Ltd, an environmental science and engineering consulting firm located in Wyoming (USA).


Cyanide Management in Mining - 4: Toxicity and Environmental Properties of Cyanide - EduMine Online Course

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For twenty years until 2014, Dr. Terry I. Mudder was co-owner (with his wife, Dr. Karen Hagelstein) of Times Limited, a consulting firm located in Sheridan, Wyoming (USA).
Dr. Karen A. Hagelstein Karen Hagelstein has twenty-five years of consulting experience in industrial hygiene, environmental science and engineering, has about ten years of college teaching experience, and is currently a partner of TIMES LIMITED, a woman-owned firm since 1992. She received her B.S. in biology from the University of South Dakota, a M.S. in physiology and biophysics, and a Ph.D. in civil and environmental engineering from University of Iowa, Iowa City in 1982. Dr. Hagelstein's projects have included human health assessments and air quality monitoring at numerous schools, office buildings, homes, hazardous waste sites, print shops, power plants, hospital, airport, welding shops, recycling facility, and manufacturing plants for guitars, recreational equipment, and particle-boards. Expert witness reports and testimonies have been provided concerning occupational health regulations, air dispersion modeling applications, the health impacts of sewage-contaminated homes, and the toxicological implications of thermo-fogging agents, fire/combustion products, organic wastes, heavy metals, and welding exposures. Several projects and publications have focused on the environmental significance of cyanide and its derivatives. The ecological and toxicological properties of cyanide with respect to terrestrial, aquatic, and wildfowl exposures was assimilated, published, and presented for a mining conference in Perth, Western Australia. Dr. Hagelstein provided information to a New Zealand mining company and a government-mandated Turkish contingency regarding community relations and environmental implications of cyanide use at a gold mine. Standard operating procedures and occupational health guidelines for the onsite storage, handling, and transport of cyanide were produced for an article in the Mining Journal Publication and for a booklet of the International Council on Metals and the Environment (ICME). In 2000, she participated in a multi-stakeholder conference in Paris, France to develop a code for the environmental management of cyanide in the mining industry that was sponsored by the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP).


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EduMine > Partners > Authors and Presenters > Karen Hagelstein
Author Dr.Karen Hagelstein Dr. Karen Hagelstein English Courses Karen Hagelstein has twenty-five years of consulting experience in industrial hygiene, environmental science and engineering, has about ten years of college teaching experience, and is currently a partner of TIMES LIMITED, a woman-owned firm since 1992. She received her B.S. in biology from the University of South Dakota, a M.S. in physiology and biophysics, and a Ph.D. in civil and environmental engineering from University of Iowa, Iowa City in 1982. Dr. Hagelstein's projects have included human health assessments and air quality monitoring at numerous schools, office buildings, homes, hazardous waste sites, print shops, power plants, hospital, airport, welding shops, recycling facility, and manufacturing plants for guitars, recreational equipment, and particle-boards. Expert witness reports and testimonies have been provided concerning occupational health regulations, air dispersion modeling applications, the health impacts of sewage-contaminated homes, and the toxicological implications of thermo-fogging agents, fire/combustion products, organic wastes, heavy metals, and welding exposures. Several projects and publications have focused on the environmental significance of cyanide and its derivatives. The ecological and toxicological properties of cyanide with respect to terrestrial, aquatic, and wildfowl exposures was assimilated, published, and presented for a mining conference in Perth, Western Australia. Dr. Hagelstein provided information to a New Zealand mining company and a government-mandated Turkish contingency regarding community relations and environmental implications of cyanide use at a gold mine. Standard operating procedures and occupational health guidelines for the onsite storage, handling, and transport of cyanide were produced for an article in the Mining Journal Publication and for a booklet of the International Council on Metals and the Environment (ICME). In 2000, she participated in a multi-stakeholder conference in Paris, France to develop a code for the environmental management of cyanide in the mining industry that was sponsored by the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP).


The Selenium Story: Review of Selenium in EMM - Karen Hagelstein, Senior Environmental Scientist, TIMES Limites | International Manganese Institute

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The Selenium Story: Review of Selenium in EMM - Karen Hagelstein, Senior Environmental Scientist, TIMES Limites


EduMine - Authors, Presenters and Members

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Dr. Karen A. Hagelstein
EduMine - Authors, Presenters and Members Dr. Karen Hagelstein Karen Hagelstein has twenty-five years of consulting experience in industrial hygiene, environmental science and engineering, has about ten years of college teaching experience, and is currently a partner of TIMES LIMITED, a woman-owned firm since 1992. She received her B.S. in biology from the University of South Dakota, a M.S. in physiology and biophysics, and a Ph.D. in civil and environmental engineering from University of Iowa, Iowa City in 1982. Dr. Hagelstein's projects have included human health assessments and air quality monitoring at numerous schools, office buildings, homes, hazardous waste sites, print shops, power plants, hospital, airport, welding shops, recycling facility, and manufacturing plants for guitars, recreational equipment, and particle-boards. Expert witness reports and testimonies have been provided concerning occupational health regulations, air dispersion modeling applications, the health impacts of sewage-contaminated homes, and the toxicological implications of thermo-fogging agents, fire/combustion products, organic wastes, heavy metals, and welding exposures. Several projects and publications have focused on the environmental significance of cyanide and its derivatives. The ecological and toxicological properties of cyanide with respect to terrestrial, aquatic, and wildfowl exposures was assimilated, published, and presented for a mining conference in Perth, Western Australia. Dr. Hagelstein provided information to a New Zealand mining company and a government-mandated Turkish contingency regarding community relations and environmental implications of cyanide use at a gold mine. Standard operating procedures and occupational health guidelines for the onsite storage, handling, and transport of cyanide were produced for an article in the Mining Journal Publication and for a booklet of the International Council on Metals and the Environment (ICME). In 2000, she participated in a multi-stakeholder conference in Paris, France to develop a code for the environmental management of cyanide in the mining industry that was sponsored by the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP).


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