Philipp Wanner, a member of the Parker’s G³⁶⁰ Institute, has been awarded the prestigious Adrien Guébhard-Séverine prize – December 2017

Our very own Philipp Wanner has been awarded the Adrien Guébhard-Séverine prize for his PhD Thesis!

Dr. Beth Parker and Steve Chapman were both instrumental in the work that Philipp did for his PhD Thesis in “Isotope fractionation due to diffusion and sorption of chlorinated hydrocarbons and its implications for identifying reactive processes in aquifer – aquitard systems”.

The Adrien Guébhard-Séverine prize is awarded annually or every two years by the Faculty of Sciences to a PhD student from the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland who has completed a PhD thesis in the field of hydrogeology or geothermal energy.

The prize honours the memory of Dr. Adrien Guébhard-Séverine (1849-1924), a native of Neuchâtel (Switzerland), an associate professor of physics at the Faculty of Medicine of Paris, France, as well as a geologist and prehistorian.

Congratulations Philipp, well done!

Dr. Beth Parker is an invited speaker at the AGU Fall Meeting – December 2017

Dr. Beth Parker, director of the G360 Institute for Groundwater Research, has been invited to speak at the AGU Fall Meeting taking place in New Orleans, from the 11th – 15th December 2017.

Dr. Parker will present during the session:
H21C Development of Fractured Rock Hydrogeology Through the Witherspoon Era: Discrete Fractures to Complex Systems and Validation.

Dr. Parker’s specific talk will be on the 12th December 2017 within the time period 08:00 – 12:20 and her topic is:
H21C-1469: Contaminant behavior in fractured sedimentary rocks: Seeing the fractures that matter (Invited).

Please go see her talk and have a chance to meet!

View Details about her talk here:
https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm17/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/259124

View the entire AGU Fall Meeting Program here:
https://fallmeeting.agu.org/2017/program-overview/