GeoPro Talks – Electrical Hydrogeology: See the Groundwater Flow

February 17th, 2022 by

Join Dr. Halihan, Professor and the Sun Company Clyde Wheeler Chair in Hydrogeology at Oklahoma State University, and Chief Technical Officer for Aestus, LLC.
Wednesday, February 23, 2022, for ‘Electrical Hydrogeology: See the Groundwater Flow’.

The science of hydrogeology was developed by creating conceptual models of the subsurface based on chemical or physical hydrogeology principles. Numerical and analytical modeling significantly added to the science. These modeling concepts provided a better understanding of ways to sample and test the subsurface. 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. Examples will include water supply and contaminants in karst domains, as wells as contaminated sites affected by microbial activity.

This talk will look at how electrical data can allow us to evaluate water supply or contaminant transport problems. Examples will include water supply and contaminants in karst domains, as wells as contaminated sites affected by microbial activity.

Feb 2022