G³⁶⁰ Presents at the 46th IAH Congress in Malaga, Spain

The G³⁶⁰ group is excited to attend and present this week at the 46th IAH Congress in Malaga, Spain. The 2019 International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) Congress, hosted by the IAH Spanish Chapter (IAH-GE) and the Center of Hydrogeology of the University of Malaga (CEHIUMA), focuses this year on groundwater management and governance: coping with water scarcity.

Presentations | Tools, Methods and Models to Study Groundwater
Carlos Maldaner, G³⁶⁰ Post Doctoral Fellow
Talk Title: Depth-discrete groundwater flow quantification in poorly cemented sandstone using active distributed temperature sensing to optimize remediation strategy
Talk #559 | Monday September 23 | 17:45 – 18:00

Amélie Dausse, G³⁶⁰ Post Doctoral Fellow
Talk Title: Evaluating sensitivity and uniqueness of underdamped slug test models for fractured rocks
Talk #373 | Tuesday September 24 | 15:15 – 15:30

Nicolas Guihéneuf, G³⁶⁰ Post Doctoral Fellow
Talk Title: Interpretation of a large scale pumping test conducted in faulted sedimentary rock from channel type flow structures
Talk #376 | Tuesday September 24 | 15:45 – 16:00

Ferdinando Manna, G³⁶⁰ Post Doctoral Fellow
Talk Title: Developing a process-based conceptual model for quantifying groundwater recharge in an upland sedimentary bedrock aquifer in a semi-arid region
Talk #347 | Thursday September 26 | 15:30 – 15:45

Presentations | Innovative Approaches for Understanding Groundwater Flow Systems
Jonathan Munn, G³⁶⁰ Post Doctoral Fellow
Talk Title: Estimating natural gradient groundwater flow direction at multiple depths simultaneously in a bedrock aquifer using fibre optic Active Distributed Temperature Sensing (A-DTS)
Talk #707 | Friday September 27 | 12:15 – 12:30

Poster Session | Urban Groundwater
Chrystyn Skinner, G³⁶⁰ MSc Candidate
Poster Title: A depth-discrete sentry well network for monitoring water quality impacts to a municipal supply aquifer
Poster #536 | Tuesday September 24

G³⁶⁰ Presents at the NGWA Conference on Fractured Rock and Groundwater

Members of the G³⁶⁰ group are presenting at the NGWA Conference on Fractured Rock and Groundwater this week, held in Burlington, VT. This conference focuses on improved outcomes for groundwater remediation and examines what is needed to construct a sufficiently robust conceptual site model (CSM).

G³⁶⁰ Principal Investigator, Dr. Jessica Meyer (@HawkeyeHydroGeo), gave the keynote address to kick off the conference, titled “Do You Know Where Your Aquitards Are? A Case for Hydraulically Calibrated Geology as the Foundation for Robust CSMs of Contaminated Fractured Rock Systems”.

Talks will be presented by three other G³⁶⁰ members throughout the conference:
Senior Research Scientist, Dr. Pat Quinn:
Improving Hydraulic Aperture Estimations to Inform Discrete Fracture Network Models

Senior Research Engineer & Hydrogeologist, Steven Chapman:
Evaluation of High Resolution Methods for Contaminant and Flux Distributions in Igneous / Metamorphic Rock Settings

MSc Candidate, Sam Jacobson:
Direct Mass Flux Measurements for 1,4-Dioxane From an Industrial Site in a Karst Aquifer

G³⁶⁰ is presenting at SAGEEP 2019

The G360 Institute for Groundwater Research will be presenting at the Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP) taking place in Portland, Oregon from March 17th – 21st, 2019.

Pete Pehme: Wednesday March 20th – 11:20 – 11:40
Session: P. Haeni, Oregon Ballroom, Salons G-H
Optimizing Geophysical Borehole Logging for Designing Monitoring Wells & Multi-Level Systems; Bridging a Gap with Hydrogeologists and Engineers.

Colby Steelman: Wednesday March 20th – 15:20 – 15:40
Session: Hydrogeological characterization II, Oregon Ballroom, Salons C-D
Enhancing Source-Water Management through Airborne Electromagnetic Imaging of Complex Aquifer-Aquitard Sequences.

Oliver Conway-White: Wednesday March 20th – 15:40 – 16:00
Session: Hydrogeological characterization II, Oregon Ballroom, Salons C-D
A Hydrostratigraphic Understanding of Buried Bedrock Valleys: Comparing an Airborne Electromagnetic Survey with Multiple Surface Geophysical Techniques.

For more details, view the SAGEEP 2019 program schedule here.

G³⁶⁰ will be co-hosting the NovCare 2019 international conference at the University of Waterloo – May 28-31, 2019

The G360 Institute for Groundwater Research is excited to announce we will be co-hosting the NovCare 2019 International Conference (Novel Methods for Subsurface Characterization and Monitoring: From Theory to Practice) taking place at the Federation Hall and Conference Centre of the University of Waterloo on May 28 – 31, 2019.

NovCare 2019 is an excellent forum for exchanging ideas and experiences related to the challenges of subsurface characterization and monitoring, focusing on two main topics:

  • Interdisciplinary approaches to monitoring multiscale dynamic processes: Near real time data for decision making and modeling.
  • Data fusion from satellites, drones, and terrestrial sensing systems: Combining data from multiple platforms and emerging sensor technology to enhance site characterization.

Call for abstracts: the G360 group encourages all to participate in this important conference. Abstracts are due March 15th, 2019. Additional information and abstract submission requirements can be viewed on the official NovCare 2019 website.

G³⁶⁰ will be presenting at the AGU Fall Meeting – December 2018

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:
https://fallmeeting.agu.org/2018/program-overview/