The G360 Institute for Groundwater Research is a focal point for groundwater research collaborations between Academics, Governments, and Industries around the world
G360 is engaged in a growing range of exciting groundwater research themes centred around understanding critical groundwater quality and quantity issues in Canada and Globally. Our research is focused on understanding site-scale mechanisms governing groundwater flow and contaminant transport processes through analysis and modelling high resolution in situ field data.
G360 is a field-focused research institute and as such is always pushing the limits of existing methods and technologies for investigating the subsurface as well as developing new one along the way. Our team is always looking for new ways to gain insights from well established tools and methods and striving to make more advanced methods easier and more cost effective to deploy.
G360 researchers are very active in publications and have to date published more than 100 papers in refereed journals.
G360 newsletters are published annually. Past issues are available for you to explore.
G360 and our collaborators are regularly looking for new talent who share in our passion for groundwater investigation. If you are interested in earning a Masters or PhD degree related to groundwater research, our network of principal investigators offer a wide range of evolving opportunities.
The challenges facing water protection, supply and remediation are complex and global in nature. When Universities, Governments, and Industry work together on the World’s leading groundwater challenges, it’s amazing what can be accomplished!
G360 operates three core facilities including an Analytical Chemistry Laboratory and a Physical Properties Laboratory. The Institute has also constructed and operates the Bedrock Aquifer Field Facility (BAFF) for controlled field experiments, collaborations, and outreach learning opportunities.
The G360 Institute is currently searching for a Hydrogeochemist Post-Doctoral Fellow.
Dr. Beth Parker is now accepting applicants for a hydrogeochemist post-doctoral fellow. We are looking for an eager hydrogeochemist who enjoys working in a dynamic, collaborative team environment with complex, large real-world field data sets.
The position will last up to three years from the date of hire, with six and twelve-month reviews.
More information and application instructions are available here.
Dr. Beth Parker is now accepting applicants for a hydrogeochemist post-doctoral fellow. We are looking for an eager hydrogeochemist who enjoys working in a dynamic, collaborative team environment with complex, large real-world field data sets. The position will last up…
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The University Consortium is pleased to share an online copy of the 1996 textbook “DENSE CHLORINATED SOLVENTS and other DNAPLs in Groundwater: History, Behavior, and Remediation” by James F. Pankow and John A. Cherry.…
We are pleased to announce that the following book can be downloaded for free! Dense Chlorinated Solvents and other DNAPLS in Groundwater James F. Pankow, John A. Cherry
We are hiring! If you are an energetic and enthusiastic person who loves to assist with various purchasing, asset management, and administrative tasks then we have the ideal position for you supporting the world-class research activities of the G360 Institute. Apply here today!
Dr. Beth Parker, director of the G360 Institute for Groundwater Research, along with Amanda Pierce and Steve Chapman will be at the Battelle Conference from the 8ᵗʰ – 12ᵗʰ April 2018. Below are the topics that will be delivered by…