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Kenley Bairos

Research Associate, School of Engineering
kbairos@g360group.org

Specializing in Numerical Modeling Santa Suzana Field Laboratory hydrogeological data.

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Leon Halwa

Research Associate

leon.halwa@g360group.org

I conduct hydrogeological fieldwork on a wide range of contaminated and non-contaminated sites, including groundwater sampling, supervising drilling activities, designing and installing multi-level sampling systems, installing transducer strings, and site assessments. I am also the project manager for sites related to shale gas and studying the environmental effects of hydrocarbon activities on shallow groundwater.

Isaac Noyes

Research Assistant
isaac.noyes@g360group.org

A recent graduate of the University of Waterloo with a BSc in Life Physics, Isaac’s duties with the G360 research group involves assisting in a variety of field activities as well as building and improving upon G360‘s own groundwater research technologies, such as our Multi-level System and our Triple Tube Sampler designs.”

Nathan Glas

Research Assistant
nathan.glas@g360group.org

Nathan completed his undergraduate degree in the Department of Earth Sciences at Dalhousie University with a focus in Geology and Environmental Geoscience. He is joining the G360 team as a research assistant before commencing a Masters in Science, fall 2018. While at G360, Nathan hopes to expand his knowledge of sedimentary aquifers and how groundwater flow and contaminants react within these systems, with the aim of informing remediation strategies. His project is yet to be determined. In his free time, he enjoys travelling, sailing, skiing and hiking.

Oliver Conway-White

Research Assistant
oliver.conway-white@g360group.org

Oliver graduated from the University of Waterloo with a BSc. in Earth Science (Geophysics Specialization). His research interest is in applying geophysical methods to the study of groundwater. He is particularly interested in non-invasive geophysical methods (GPR, EM, ERT, etc.) as they have the potential for providing higher temporal and spatial resolutions compared to conventional hydrological methods. Through his studies at the G360 Institute, he wants to develop his skills as both a hydrogeologist and geophysicist with the end goal of contributing to the development of applied hydrogeophysical methods that will lead to better decision-making for utilizing, conserving, and remediating groundwater resources.