Now Hiring – Information and Communications Coordinator

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We are looking for an energetic and enthusiastic STEM graduate with a keen passion for data organization and academia who possesses strong communication (writing and editing) skills, thrives in a fast-paced environment, and delights in tracking and reporting on research productivity and organizing and helping with knowledge and technology transfer.  This posting is for a two-year full-time contract position WITH BENEFITS, renewable at the end of the contract.

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2021 G360 Institute Newsletter is Here!

As an early part of our UN World Water Day celebration, we are very happy to share with you our G³⁶⁰ Institute Newsletter, which highlights our 2020 projects involving both local and international activities focused on groundwater resource protection and remediation. Our multi-disciplinary field-focused efforts in collaboration with site owners, groundwater technology, service companies, and government sponsors truly set us apart. We appreciate everyone’s contributions, from funding to on-the-ground efforts using expert knowledge to collect novel datasets and their interpretations. While COVID-19 and social distancing rules required us to adjust our field activities and to life in a virtual environment,  I am happy to report the highest attendance ever in our annual meeting history with over 200 attendees at our June Consortium in 2020!

The G³⁶⁰ Institute for Groundwater Research is proud to share our 2021 newsletter! Click here to learn about our newest team members, awards, graduations, publications and our many projects and successes over the past year.

Join Us on World Water Day (March 22)

We are very pleased to host a free webinar in celebration of UN World Water Day 2021. Please join us on Monday, March 22, 2021, 12:00 – 1:15 pm EST.

Click HERE to register.

Introduction

Dr. Ferdinando Manna, Research Scientist, G360 Institute

Speakers

Dr. John Cherry, Stockholm Water Prize Winner 2020: 10 reasons Why our Relationship with Groundwater is a Mess

Mr. Matthew Alexander, Project Manager, AECOM: Challenges with Sustainable Water Supplies in a Changing   Landscape 

Dr. Jonathan Munn, Research Scientist, G360 Institute: Using Sensors to Provide New Insights on Guelph’s Dolostone Aquifer Characteristics

Concluding Remarks

Dr. Beth Parker, Director, G360 Institute

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On-Demand Webinar: Progressive Remediation Strategies: A Next-Generation Approach to Remediating Complex Sites


Now Available On Demand
Progressive Remediation Strategies: A Next-Generation Approach to Remediating Complex Sites


We invite you to watch our webinar on PROGRESS – an approach to remediating complex sites developed through the collaboration of Burns & McDonnell with the G360 Institute for Groundwater Research, now available on demand.

Complex site remediation can be costly and difficult if the existing conceptual site model (CSM) fails to account for the processes determining the persistence and behavior of groundwater contaminants. This webinar presents PROGRESS, an approach that employs a process-based CSM that accurately incorporates and quantifies relevant subsurface processes to improve remedy selection, design, implementation and optimization.

This on demand webinar also introduces the digital site management tool, an application used to build a process-based CSM while providing a higher level of CSM efficiency and utility. Through case studies, presenters demonstrate the value of the PROGRESS approach and share information about how PROGRESS supports important remediation decision-making that directly impacts performance, cost and schedule.
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IWRA Keynote Talk by Dr. John Cherry and Dr. Beth Parker Available Free Online

The International Water Resources Association’s IWRA Online Conference was held virtually from October 28-30th, 2020 with the aim to provide a meeting place to share experiences, promote discussion, and to present new knowledge, research results and new developments in the field of water sciences around the world. 

In a session on “Climate Change Effects on Groundwater Resilience (Pollution & Remediation)”, keynote speakers Dr. John Cherry and Dr. Beth Parker presented the talk titled, “Passive approaches for groundwater remediation are most essential in the context of climate change”, now available free online for viewers via the YouTube Link and the IWRA Online Conference site.

To view all recordings, visit https://iwraonlineconference.org/recordings/