Join three former NGWREF Darcy Lecturers as they address the advances made within their topic areas since their official Darcy Lecturer year.
Mary C. Hill, Ph.D., a professor in the Department of Geology at the University of Kansas, will provide updates on her 2001 Darcy Lecture, “Guidelines for Effective Model Calibration (Any Model!),” which focused on how nonlinear regression and associated statistics can be used to dramatically improve how data are used to calibrate and text models. Click here to view Hill’s original lecture.
Kip Solomon, Ph.D., a professor in the Department of Geology & Geophysics in the University of Utah’s College of Mines and Earth Sciences, will provide updates on his 2005 Darcy presentation, “Inert Gas Tracers in Ground Water” that illustrated the basic concepts of using inert gas tracers along with case studies describing their applications to real-world groundwater flow problems. Click here to view Solomon’s original lecture.
Michael Celia. Ph.D., director of the Program in Environmental Engineering and Water Resources in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department at Princeton University, as well as a professor, will provide updates on his 2008 Darcy Lecture, “Geological Storage as a Carbon Mitigation Option,” which talked about carbon capture and storage, or CSS, as one approach to reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide. Click here to view Celia’s original lecture.
The call for abstracts for this conference closed September 13, 2015. Submissions are currently under review and upon completion of that process, the conference program will be posted online here.
The 2016 NGWA Groundwater Summit proudly announces ARCADIS’ Chief Technical Officer Dr. Suthan Suthersan, PE, as the keynote H2O Talk presenter, who will discuss “Reclaiming Our Water Resources: Breakthroughs in Groundwater Remediation for Today and Tomorrow.” With more than 30 years of experience, a pioneer of in situ remediation, patent holder, and author, Suthersan’s address will be one not to miss.