Annual Joint Meeting between ASCE GeoInstitute, Pittsburgh Geological Society, and the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists. Hosted by PGS.
Electrical Hydrogeology: A Picture is Worth 1,000 Wells
Presented by: Todd Halihan, Ph.D., P.Gp. – Oklahoma State University
The science of hydrogeology was developed by creating conceptual models of the subsurface based on chemical or physical hydrogeology principles. Now, the ability to collect high density electrical data on an academic and commercial basis has allowed us to make several new advancements in the science. This talk will look at how electrical data can allow us to evaluate water supply or contaminant transport problems.
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