Over the last three and a half years, Catherine Creber has been a vital part of the Morwick G360 Groundwater Research Institute. Since 2018, Catherine has played a key role on our Advisory Board, and we are proud of what has been accomplished with her guidance. Below, Catherine offers some reflections on her time with MG360 and what we have accomplished together:
“It was a genuine pleasure to be on the Advisory Board of the Morwick G360 Groundwater Research Institute for the past several years. With a career in chemical production and environmental remediation, I have always been fascinated by groundwater research and its applications, from the very basic chemical transport mechanisms that were studied in the 80’s, to the discrete fracture mapping and sophisticated technologies such as oxidation, bioremediation, phytoremediation, and chemical fixation that are now indispensable tools for environmental scientists and engineers in our quest to solve real life problems.
The lead researchers at the Institute have been involved from the very beginning in this explosion in groundwater science. This gathering of multi disciplined professors, consultants and advanced degree students, with collaboration from industry and governments, is a powerhouse of intellect and skills. MG360 continues to provide insights into groundwater that Canadians and the world require to move forward with sustainable environmental practices. I will always take pride that I was associated in a small way with this wonderful group.”
Thank you Catherine for your eager participation, support, and insights during your time with Morwick G360. We wish you all the best!