2015 Groundwater Summit Highlights
2015 Pillars of Groundwater
Extended Learning Sessions
- Borehole Geophysical Techniques for Aquifer Characterization presented by Carole D. Johnson
- Noble Gases presented by Thomas Darrah
- So Secret, Occult, and Concealed: The Story of Groundwater in Texas presented by Robert E. Mace, Ph.D., PG
- Techniques for Mapping and Characterizing Brackish Aquifers Through the Mining of Existing Geophysical Data presented by John Meyer, PG, and Andrea Croskrey
More than 100 presentations and 50 posters covering 16 topical sessions
- Brines and Deep Aquifers
- Geochemistry, Isotopes, and Tracers
- Geophysical and Remote Sensing Techniques
- Groundwater and Energy
- Groundwater and Mining
- Groundwater Contamination and Water Quality
- Groundwater in Texas
- Groundwater Management
- Groundwater Modeling
- Groundwater Remediation
- Groundwater/Surface Water Interaction
- Karst Hydrology
- Legal/Socioeconomic Issues in Groundwater
- Managed Aquifer Recharge
- Monitoring and Data Management
- Wells and Drilling
2015 Summit committee
- William Cunningham — cochair
- David Lipson, Ph.D. — cochair
- Brent Aigler
- William Alley, Ph.D.
- Peter Cook, Ph.D.
- Robert Mace, Ph.D.
- Mary Musick
- J.P. Nicot, Ph.D.
- Ken Rainwater, Ph.D.
- Cathryn Ryan, Ph.D.
- Andrew P. Schmidt, PG
- Susan Stover