The G360 Institute for Groundwater Research will be presenting at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting taking place in Washington, DC from the 10th – 14th December 2018.
Please visit our team at the Walter E Washington Convention Center – Hall A-C (Poster Hall) to learn more about our research.
Jonathan Kennel: Tuesday December 11 – 13:40 – 18:00
Collecting water levels every second: Applications to barometric response functions
Chris Morgan: Thursday December 13 – 08:00 – 12:20
Photogrammetry Informed Fracture Network Characteristics in a Sandstone Aquifer for 3-Dimensional Discrete Fracture Network Simulation
Chrystyn Skinner: Thursday December 13 – 08:00 – 12:20
High-Resolution Hydrogeological Characterization of a Fractured Dolostone Aquifer to Evaluate Municipal Supply Well Vulnerability
Sam Jacobson: Friday December 14 – 13:40 – 18:00
High Resolution Groundwater and Contaminant Characterization in Karst Boreholes in Central Florida, USA
Brian Ndirangu: Friday December 14 – 13:40 – 18:00
Temporal Evolution of a NAPL Source Zone Up-gradient of a Pump & Treat System in a Fractured Sandstone Aquifer
For more details, view the entire AGU Fall Meeting Program here:
The special issue entitled Quaternary Geology of Southern Ontario and Applications to Hydrogeology brings together 11 papers.
Co-edited by G360 Principal Investigater Dr. Emmanuelle Arnaud and Geological Survey of Canada colleague Dr. Hazen Russell, with the Ontario Geological Survey as collaborators, the issue focuses on buried valleys, moraines, and late glacial lake basins to provide insights on aquifer/aquitard distribution, connectivity, heterogeneity and modeling approaches.
The paper version of the special issue was distributed fall 2018. The full publication is open access online.
The article summarizing this research was published in the 2018 G360 Newsletter here.
The G360 Institute for Groundwater Research was founded by Dr. Beth Parker in 2007 at the University of Guelph. Originally called the G360 Centre for Applied Groundwater Research, the name changed in 2017 to the G360 Institute for Groundwater Research to better reflect the numerous successful and continual collaborations between the G360 group and researchers at Universities around the globe.
To ensure the long-term success and growth of the Institute at the University of Guelph, G360 assembled an Advisory Board to provide strategic input to the G360 Directorship on a variety of matters relating to the Institute’s vision and mission and its relationship to the internal (University of Guelph) and external environments.
The Board will meet two times per year. Its inaugural meeting was held on February 28ᵗʰ of this year and a 2ⁿᵈ meeting followed on the 19ᵗʰ September 2018.
The Board members were selected for their broad and applicable experience in the domain of subsurface characterization and/or their relevance to the Institute’s interests at the University. Get to know the board members here.
We are hiring!
We are looking for an energetic and enthusiastic person with a keen passion for organization who possesses strong communication (writing and editing) skills, thrives in a fast-paced environment, and delights in accurately cataloguing and tracking the output of an organization and using this information to produce effective, Institute-relevant reports.
Apply here today!
The G³⁶⁰ Institute continues to play an active role in the community. This year we spent some time at College Royal, H₂O, Interaction, Waterloo-Wellington Children’s Groundwater Festival and more!
See all the details here