Wednesday, May 24 - Afternoon Speaker Program

 

Click here to navigate to the talks for Petroleum Hall.

*Normal format for the Oral Presentations will be a 12-minute talk followed by 3 minutes of questions.
Keynotes will be a 15-minute talk with 3 minutes of questions.

ALL Oral presenters must submit the following by the morning of their talk at the latest:

  • Their presentation on a jump drive to the Registration Desk for download and review, and
  • a 2-3 sentence biographical sketch for the Session Chairs to read prior to their talk
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    Metals Hall Schedule

    Time Session Presenter Abstract title
    12:15 PM
    Lunch Keynote
    (In Friedhoff Hall)
    James Eklund
    Title TBA
    1:05 PM
    Scientific Advisory Committee Keynote
    Al Valocchi
    Computationally Efficient Methods for Modeling Diffusion and Reaction in Low Permeability Zones in Field-Scale Simulations using MODFLOW/MT3D/RT3D
    1:30 PM
    Natural and Managed Aquifer Recharge Melissa Masbruch
    Analysis of infrequent (quasi-decadal) large groundwater recharge events: A case study for northern Utah
    1:46 PM
    Natural and Managed Aquifer Recharge
    Robert Wyckoff
    Simulating Managed Aquifer Recharge and San Pedro River (Arizona) Baseflow Augmentation using MODFLOW-NWT
    2:02 PM
    Natural and Managed Aquifer Recharge
    Laura Condon
    Assessing the impact of groundwater pumping on the integrated hydrologic cycle
    2:25 PM
    Scientific Advisory Committee Keynote
    Chunmiao Zheng
    HEIFLOW: A Hydrological and Ecological Integrated Flow Model for Sustainability Assessment
    2:45 PM
    Scientific Advisory Committee Keynote
    Mary Hill
    A Food-Energy-Water Calculator, with initial application to Western Kansas
    3:05 PM
    Closing Remarks
    Reed Maxwell et al.
    3:15 PM
    Closing Reception
    Green Center Lobby
    4:00 PM
    Student Awards and RAFFLE
    Green Center Lobby
    5:00 PM
    2017 NGWA Darcy Lecture
    Kamini Singha
    A Tale of Two Porosities: Exploring Why Contaminant Transport Doesn’t Always Behave the Way It Should

     

    Petroleum Hall Schedule

    Time Session Presenter Abstract title
    12:15 PM
    Lunch Keynote
    (In Friedhoff Hall)
    James Eklund
    Title TBA
    1:05 PM
    Scientific Advisory Committee Keynote
    Al Valocchi
    (In Metals Hall)
    1:30 PM
    Unsaturated Zone and Multiphase Flow Modeling Ahmad Jan
    Evaluating a mixed-dimensional spatial structure for integrated thermal hydrology models of permafrost-affected landscapes
    1:46 PM
    Unsaturated Zone and Multiphase Flow Modeling
    Caitlin Collins
    Using an Integrated Hydrologic Model to Assess the Ecohydrologic Impacts of Change on a Mountain Headwaters Critical Zone
    2:02 PM
    Unsaturated Zone and Multiphase Flow Modeling
    Fred Ogden
    The Soil Moisture Velocity Equation: Reliable, Accurate, and Fast 1-D Unsaturated Zone Flux Calculations
    2:25 PM
    Scientific Advisory Committee Keynote
    Chunmiao Zheng
    (In Metals Hall)
    2:45 PM
    Scientific Advisory Committee Keynote
    Mary Hill
    (In Metals Hall)
    3:05 PM
    Closing Remarks
    Reed Maxwell et al.
    (In Metals Hall)
    3:15 PM
    Closing Reception
    Green Center Lobby
    4:00 PM
    Student Awards and RAFFLE
    Green Center Lobby
    5:00 PM
    2017 NGWA Darcy Lecture
    Kamini Singha
    A Tale of Two Porosities: Exploring Why Contaminant Transport Doesn’t Always Behave the Way It Should
     

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