Hydrogeologic Tools and Techniques: Then and Now

Presented on Tuesday, December 3, 2019

The challenge of adhering to sound science hasn't changed over the last 40 years, but how groundwater research and quantification of the science has been altered dramatically. Some aspects remain the same unequivocally so, while other continue to evolve in light year progression. Additionally, the skill set of the groundwater professional has evolved from the concentration on field work to those totally trained on computers. Panelists will share their thoughts on the best time-saving tools and techniques, as well as the expertise needed to make best use of the resources available.

Rebecca Carter
University of Notre Dame, Granger, IN
John Sheldon
Antea Group, West Des Moines, IA
Robert Stuetzle, P.Geo., CGWP Enrollee
Environmental Remediation and Restoration, The Dow Chemical Company, La Porte, TX
Robert J. Stuetzle is a Hydrogeologist working as a Remediation Specialist for The Dow Chemical Company in La Porte, Texas. He earned his M.A.Sc in Water Resources Engineering supervised by Dr. Beth Parker and Dr. John Cherry, from the University of Guelph in 2014 and a B.Sc. in Science and Business: Hydrogeology Specialization from the University of Waterloo in 2010. He is also a registered Professional Geoscientist (P.Geo.) in Ontario, Canada.

John Jansen, Ph.D., PG, RGp
Collier Consulting, West Bend, WI
John has a B.S. in Geology and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Geological Sciences with an emphasis in hydrogeology and geophysics, all from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is a Senior Geophysicist and Hydrogeologist for Collier Geophysics. John works on a wide variety of ground water projects around the country specializing in high capacity wells, aquifer recharge, and groundwater resource management. He received the NGWA Keith A Anderson Award in 2012 for service to NGWA and the groundwater industry and was the NGWA McEllhiney Distinguished Lecturer in Water Well Technology in 2013.

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