2012 NGWA Ground Water Summit: Innovate and Integrate

Poster Session and Networking Reception

Monday, May 7, 2012: 5:40 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, May 8, 2012: 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Influence of Springs WATER Geochemistry On Geomorphology and Vegetation Cover At Springs Ecosystems
Elizabeth Schaller, Northern Arizona University;
Abraham Springer, Dr, Northern Arizona University;
Jeri Ledbetter, Perezoso Media;
Lawrence Stevens, Dr, Museum of Northern Arizona

Geomicrobiological Aspects of Gachsaran FORMATION AFFECTED the Hydrochemistry of Garo SPRINGS and Tembi RIVER
Moslem Papizadeh, Academic Center for Education, Culture and Research (ACECR)

Potential Pressure Responses to Carbon Dioxide Sequestration by Analogy to Net Fluid Change in Reservoirs of the Southern San Joaquin Valley Basin
John M. Wilson, California State University Bakersfield & Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Evidence for VOC Mass Reduction Adjacent to Hydraulically Induced, ZVI-Filled Fractures in Clay
Brent J. Ramdial, University of Guelph;
Beth L. Parker, Ph.D., University of Guelph;
Steven W. Chapman, University of Guelph;
Suzanne O'Hara, University of Guelph;
Leanne Austrins, CH2M HILL Canada Limited;
Joanne West, Dow Chemcial Canada ULC

Screening Level Subsidence Modeling Using MODFLOW
Dave Colvin, PG, Leonard Rice Engineers;
Dennis McGrane, P.E., Leonard Rice Engineers Inc

Game Theoretic Modeling of Regional Groundwater Availability Under Climate Variability for Sustainable Aquifer Management in Texas
Venki Uddameri, Texas A&M University-Kingsville;
Joseph Amaya, Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Assessment of Radon and Other Groundwater Quality Parameters Near a Uranium Mining Site
Waldy Fernandez, Texas A&M University-Kingsville;
Yaneth Gamboa, Texas A&M University-Kingsville;
Lee Clapp, Ph.D., Texas A&M University - Kingsville

A semi-stochastic approach to Non-point Source Pollution in large groundwater basins: Application to southern Central Valley, California
George Kourakos, University of California Davis;
Thomas Harter, University of California-Davis

Using d15N and d18O measurments to identify sources of nitrate in karstic springs in the Paris basin (France)
Fatima-Zahra Jihane El Gaouzi, PhD, Université Pierre et Marie Curie Laboratoire Bioemco - CC 120, Tour 56-66;
Mathieu Sebilo, Ph.D., Pierre & Marie Curie University ;
Pierre Ribstein, Pierre & Marie Curie University ;
Valérie Plagnes, Pierre & Marie Curie University ;
• Manon Zakeossian, EAU DE PARIS company

Quantitative evaluation and comparison of heat and solute tracers in heterogeneous aquifers
Dylan J. Irvine, Flinders University, National Centre for Groundwater Research Training;
Craig T. Simmons, Flinders University, National Centre for Groundwater Research Training;
Adrian D. Werner, Flinders University, National Centre for Groundwater Research Training;
Thomas Graf, Leibniz Universität

Numerical Simulation of Impacts of Mineralogical Compositions on Trapping Mechanisms and Efficiency of Carbon Dioxide Injected into Deep Saline Sandstone Aquifers
Jung-Hwi Kihm, Seoul National University;
Sang-Uk Park, Seoul National University;
Jun-Mo Kim, Seoul National University

Three-dimensional numerical simulation of density-dependent groundwater flow and salt transport due to groundwater pumping in a fractured porous coastal aquifer system, Buan, Korea
Sang-Uk Park, Seoul National University;
Jung-Hwi Kihm, Seoul National University;
Jun-Mo Kim, Seoul National University

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