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The G360 Institute for Groundwater Research is a focal point for groundwater research collaborations between Academics, Governments, and Industries around the world

Recent News

Heron Instruments demonstrates cutting-edge well inspection camera to G³⁶⁰ Group

Heron Instruments Inc. visited the G360 Group recently to demonstrate their dipper-See EXAMINER Vertical Downhole Inspection Camera. This robust and cost effective tool will allow G360 researchers easy examination of boreholes to identify fractures or caverns, locate obstructions, and precisely position downhole instruments…

Two G³⁶⁰ Papers Awarded ‘Top Downloaded Article of 2017- 2018’ by Wiley

Steven Chapman and Beth Parker received a ‘Top Downloaded Article 2017-2018’ distinction by Wiley in Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation as co-authors on the paper “DyeLIF™: A New Direct‐Push Laser‐Induced Fluorescence Sensor System for Chlorinated Solvent DNAPL and Other Non‐Naturally…

Beth Parker and UofG Researchers Lead Multimillion-Dollar Groundwater Studies Funded by Government and Industry Partners

On Friday June 7th, G360 and University of Guelph Alumni Affairs hosted a free public event at the University of Guelph in celebration of our groundwater partnerships, and to announce two recently awarded NSERC-Industry grants in groundwater. Almost $11 million in funding…

SERDP & ESTCP highlight G³⁶⁰ FLUTe FACT™ tool evaluation project

Beth Parker and the G³⁶⁰ team and collaborators (including FLUTe, Cascade, Tetra Tech, USGS, and DTU) are evaluating a novel, low-cost contaminant screening tool for fractured bedrock. The FLUTe FACT™ tool evaluation will include guidance for interpretation of FACT results…

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