Congratulations to Morwick G360’s Director, Dr. Beth Parker on her upcoming Keynote Address at NGWA’s Fractured Rock conference!

Please join us in congratulating Morwick G360’s Director, Dr. Beth Parker on her upcoming Keynote Address: Making Conceptual Site Models Predictive of Transport in Bedrock Aquifers. Her talk will take place on Monday, September 12th at NGWA’s Fractured Rock conference in Burlington, VT.

Congratulations to Morwick G360’s Dr. John Cherry on his Keynote presentation at SIWI’s World Water Week!

Please join us in congratulating the founding director of the University Consortium and Morwick G360 PI, Dr. John Cherry on his Keynote presentation at Stockholm International Water Institute’s World Water Week. His presentation, entitled Solving rural water poverty – a hydrogeologist’s perspective, was very well received. The inspiring talk is available at the following link:

https://www.geologi.lu.se/artikel/dr-john-cherry-global-fresh-water-and-crisis-beneath-our-feet

The 2022 Newsletter from Morwick G360 is here!

The Morwick G360 Institute is very pleased to be able to share with you our 2022 newsletter.

Our multi-disciplinary field-focused team has worked hard this last year to advance the state of groundwater science and enhance global respect for groundwater through partnerships, hands-on events, and community engagement. However, it is truly our close collaborations with site owners, groundwater technology and service companies, and government sponsors that sets us apart and enables our success. We appreciate everyone’s contributions, from funding to on-the-ground efforts using expert knowledge to collect novel datasets and their interpretations.

Click here to learn about our newest team members, our projects and activities, awards, graduations, and publications over the past year.

Join us on April 19th for the 2021-22 Darcy Lecture, Featuring Dr Chen Zhu

We are pleased to announce that the 2021-22 Darcy lecturer, Dr. Chen Zhu, will be visiting the University of Guelph next week to give a talk titled: “Hydrogeochemistry: Recent Advances and Opportunities and Challenges Ahead.”

Please join us on Tuesday April 19th from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Adams Atrium (Thornbrough building). All are welcome. Attendees are required to wear medical masks, and complete UoG’s Covid 19 Screening form before attending the lecture. Thank you in advance, and we look forward to seeing you there.

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