Chen Zhu, Ph.D.
Reed Maxwell, Ph.D.
“Hydrology from the Bottom Up: How Groundwater Shapes the Water Cycle”
“Hydrology in the Supercomputing Age: How Computational Advances Have Revolutionized Our Field, And What Big Data and Massively Parallel Simulations Mean for the Future of Hydrologic Discovery”
“Killer Beetles, Naked Trees, and Dirty Water: Understanding Hydrology and Water Quality Impacts from the Mountain Pine Beetle Infestation in the Rocky Mountain West”
John Doherty, Ph.D.
“Dancing with Models – The Importance of Model Partner Software” or “Starting from the Problem and Working Backwards”
Masaki Hayashki, Ph.D.
“Alpine Hydrogeology: The Critical Role of Groundwater in Sourcing the Headwaters of the World”
Kamini Singha, Ph.D.
“A Tale of Two Porosities: Exploring Why Contaminant Transport Doesn’t Always Behave the Way It Should” and “The Critical Role of Trees in Critical Zone Science: An Exploration of Water Fluxes in the Earth’s Permeable Skin”
Ty Ferré, Ph.D.
“Seeing Things Differently: Rethinking the Relationship Between Data, Models, and Decision-Making”
Rainer H. Helmig, Ph.D.
“Evaluating the Competitive Use of the Subsurface: The Influence of Energy Storage and Production in Groundwater” and “Modeling and Analysis of Soil-Moisture Processes in the Subsurface: The Influence of Evaporation and Salt Precipitation in Groundwater”
Dorthe Wildenschild, Ph.D.
“What Happens in the Pore, No Longer Stays in the Pore: Opportunities and Limitations for Porous Media Characterization and Process Quantification Using X-ray Tomography” and “Optimizing Capillary Trapping as a Carbon Dioxide Mitigation Strategy: Pore-Scale Findings in Support of Larger-Scale Implementation”
David L. Rudolph, Ph.D.
“Managing Groundwater Beneath the Agricultural Landscape”
S. Majid Hassanizadeh, Ph.D.
“Transport of Viruses in Partially Saturated Soil and Groundwater” and “Capillarity in Porous Media, on Micro- and Macroscale, Revisited”
Stephen E. Silliman, Ph.D.
“Development of Reliable Hydrologic Data Sets in Difficult Environments: Case Studies from Benin, West Africa” and “Characterization of a Complex, Sole-Source Aquifer System in Benin, West Africa”
Timothy Scheibe, Ph.D.
“Beyond the Black Box: Integrating Advanced Characterization of Microbial Processes with Subsurface Reactive Transport Models” and “Quantifying Flow and Reactive Transport in the Heterogeneous Subsurface Environment: From Pores to Porous Media and Facies to Aquifers”
Peter Cook, Ph.D.
“Environmental Tracers in Modern Hydrogeology: Reducing Uncertainty in Groundwater Flow Estimation”
Peter Cook, Ph.D.
“Geological Storage as a Carbon Mitigation Option”
James J. Butler Jr., Ph.D.
“Getting the Information Ground Water Modelers Need: A Report from the Field” and “What the Heck Is a Phreatophyte? A Field Investigation of Ecohydrologic Processes in Stream-Aquifer Systems”
Eileen Poeter, Ph.D.
“All Models Are Wrong: How Do We Know Which Are Useful?”
Kip Solomon, Ph.D.
“Inert Gas Tracers in Ground Water”
Allen M. Shapiro, Ph.D.
“Recent Advances in Characterizing Ground Water Flow and Chemical Transport in Fractured Rock: From Cores to Kilometers”
Richelle Allen-King, Ph.D.
“A Hydrogeochemist’s Perspective on Organic Contaminant Transport in Ground Water” and “Ground and Surface Water Contributions to Chemical Mass Discharge: Considering the Problem at Field and Basin Scales”
David Hyndman, Ph.D.
“Efficient Large-Scale Bioremediation in a Heterogeneous Aquifer: The Schoolcraft Bioaugmentation Experiment”
Mary C. Hill, Ph.D.
“Guidelines for Effective Model Calibration (Any Model!)”
M. James Hendry, Ph.D.
“Transport and Geochemical Controls on Solutes in Clay Aquitards”
Scott Tyler, Ph.D.
“Ground Water Recharge in Arid Regions: Questions About Today and the Past”
Barbara Sherwood-Lollar, Ph.D.
“Stable Carbon Isotopes: Tools for Direction of the Origin and Fate of the Environmental Contaminants”
Philip C. Bennett, Ph.D.
“Water, Microbes, and Rocks: The Geochemical Ecology of Contaminated Ground Water”
Linda Abriola, Ph.D.
“Organic Liquid Contaminant Entrapment and Persistence in the Subsurface: Interphase Mass Transfer Limitations and Implications for Remediation”
Paul Hsieh, Ph.D.
“A Multidisciplinary, Multiscale Investigation of Fluid Flow and Solute Transport in Fractured Crystalline Rocks: Finds from the Mirror Lake Site, New Hampshire”
Edward Sudicky, Ph.D.
“Contaminant Migration in Complex-Structure Porous and Fractured-Porous Geologic Media: A Simulation Perspective”
Mary Jo Baedecker, Ph.D.
“The Fate of Organic Compounds and Geochemical Processes in Contaminated Aquifers”
John Wilson, Ph.D.
“Visualization of Ground Water Flow and Transport Through a Microscope”
Stephen Wheatcraft, Ph.D.
“Fractal Approaches to Modeling Geologic Variability in Aquifers”
Ralph C. Heath, Ph.D.
“Hydrogeology and Hazardous Waste Disposal”
Randy L. Bassett, Ph.D.
“The Utility of Chemical Modeling, With and Without Advection, in Natural and Environmentally Stressed Hydrologic Systems”
Thomas A. Prickett, Ph.D.
“Practical Aspects of Ground Water Modeling”
John A. Cherry, Ph.D.
“Contaminant Migration Processes: A Field Perspective”