190 Hydrogeophysics: Characterization and Monitoring of Subsurface Parameters and Processes

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Monday, 6 October 2008: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 342AD

Kamini Singha , Fred Day-Lewis and Adam Pidlisecky
8:00 AM
Geophysical Characterization of Natural Free Convection in a Coastal Sabkha
Remke Van Dam, Michigan State University; Craig T. Simmons, Flinders University; David W. Hyndman, Michigan State University; Warren W. Wood, Michigan State University
8:15 AM
Delineating Groundwater Flow Paths in the Opabin Highlands, Yoho National Park, British Columbia
L.R. Bentley, University of Calgary; G. Langston, University of Calgary; Masaki Hayashi, University of Calgary
8:30 AM
Use of Towed Electromagnetic Conductivity Surveys for Reconnaissance Geophysics: An Example from Saline Lakes In the Nebraska Sand Hills
John W. Lane Jr, U.S. Geological Survey; Eric A. White, U.S. Geological Survey; Vitaly Zlotnik, Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln; John B. Ong, Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln
8:45 AM
Mapping Road Salt Discharge from Groundwater Using Electrical Resistivity, Mirror Lake, New Hampshire
Melanie Johnson, Temple University; Laura Toran, Temple University; Jonathan Nyquist, Temple University; Donald Rosenberry, U.S. Geological Survey
9:00 AM
Geophysical Delineation of the Freshwater/Saline-Water Transition Zone In the Barton Springs Segment of the Edwards Aquifer, Travis and Hays Counties, Texas, September 2006
Jason D. Payne, U.S. Geological Survey; Wade H. Kress, U.S. Geological Survey; Brian A. Smith, Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District; Brian B. Hunt, Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District
9:15 AM
GPR Evidence of the Influence of Vegetation and Structure on Subsurface Flow in An Epikarst Limestone, Edwards Plateau, Texas
Douglas S. Sassen, N/A; Clyde L. Munster, Texas A&M University; Mark E. Everett, Texas A&M Univ
9:30 AM
Exploiting the Temperature Dependence of Electrical Resistivity Measurements to Monitor Infiltration
Adam Pidlisecky, University of Calgary; Rosemary Knight, Stanford Univ
9:45 AM
Inferring Hydraulic Parameters In a Layered Streambed Based on TDR Measurements Made during Active Flow and Recession: Impacts of High Dimensionality and Model Structural Error
Ty Ferre, University of Arizona; Kyle W. Blasch, United States Geological Survey; Jasper Vrugt, Los Alamos National Laboratory
10:00 AM
Characterization of Non-Fickian Transport in Ground-water and Hyporheic Systems Using Electrical Geophysics
Kamini Singha, The Pennsylvania State University; Fred Day-Lewis, Water Resources Division, Branch of Geophysics, Office of Ground Water; Adam Pidlisecky, University of Calgary; Michael Gooseff, Pennsylvania State University
10:15 AM
Application of Time-Lapse Electrical Resistivity Tomography for Monitoring Spatial and Temporal Amendment Behavior
Timothy C. Johnson, Idaho National Laboratory; Roelof J. Versteeg, Idaho National Laboratory; Frederick D. Day-Lewis, U.S. Geological Survey; John W. Lane Jr, U.S. Geological Survey; William R. Major, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center
10:45 AM
A Markov Chain Model for Characterizing Medium Heterogeneity and Sediment Layering Structure
Ming Ye, Florida State University; Raziuddin Khaleel, Fluor Government Group
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