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Sustainable Water Resources Program

Teaching

 

University Teaching

Vadose Zone Hydrology (co-taught with Dr. McCray): 3-hour-credit course, GEO 391, presented at Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Spring 2004.

Environmental Isotope Geochemistry (co-taught with Dr. Banner): 3-hour-credit course, GEO 388H, presented at Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Spring 2003, 2005.

Groundwater Pollution and Contaminant Transport: 3-hour-credit course, presented at the Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, Spring 1998.

Basic principles of unsaturated flow and solute transport: 3-hour-credit course, GEO 388, presented at the Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, 1992.

Basic Principles of Unsaturated Flow and Solute Transport: (Co-taught with Dr. Dutton) 3-hour-credit course, GEO 388, presented at the Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, 1991.

Short Courses

Fate and Transport (co-taught with Dr. Nicot): (1 day) presented to Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), Austin, Texas, Spring 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006.

Estimating Rates of Groundwater Recharge: (Co-taught with Dr. Healy) (1 day), presented at Geological Society of America national meeting, Denver, Colorado, 2004.

Assessment of Groundwater Surface Water Interactions: (4 hr) presented to EPA Region 6, Dallas, Texas, Fall 2003.

Groundwater Surface Water Interactions: (1 day) presented to Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Austin, Texas, August 2003, 2005.

Unsaturated Zone Hydrology: (2 day) presented to Texas Natural Resources Conservation Commission, Austin, Texas, April 2002, August, 2001.

Techniques for Quantifying Groundwater Recharge: (Co-taught with Dr. Healy) (1 day), presented at Geological Society of America national meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, November 2001.

Techniques for Estimating Groundwater Recharge: (4 hr), presented toTexas Water Development Board, Austin, Texas, June 2001.

Physical and environmental tracer data to quantify spatial and temporal variability in unsaturated flow: presented at the Summer School on European Water Resources and Climate Change Processes, University College, 1997.

Unsaturated Zone Hydrology, Organic Contaminant Transport, and Groundwater Modeling: (1 day) presented to University College, Department of Civil Engineering, Cork, Ireland, January 1997.

Unsaturated-flow studies related to low-level radioactive waste disposal: sponsored by the American Nuclear Society and presented to the University of Nevada, 1989.

 

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