USGS Scientists Contribute to National Ground Water Association Groundwater Summit
USGS scientists and groundwater professionals from around the world will gather for a three-day summit titled, “Innovate and Integrate: Succeeding as a Groundwater Professional in a Water-Short World.” The summit will be held from May 6-10 in Garden Grove, CA and will host a series of sessions discussing challenges associated with an increasing global population, changing climate, unsustainable use of groundwater supplies, and many others.
USGS scientists will present on the following topics:
- Innovation and Integration: Getting More from Our Monitoring Well Networks
- Recent Innovations and Lessons Learned in Field-Scale Chemical Hydrogeology
- Managed Underground Storage: Future Challenges and Opportunities
- ASR: Innovative Technologies for Sustainable Supplies
- Age Dating of Groundwater for Sustainability Assessments
- Lessons Learned About Contaminant Hydrogeology from Legacy Research Sites
- The Central Valley Groundwater System: Emerging Issues and Challenges
- Groundwater Research in the Electric Power Industry
- The Impact of Energy Production on Groundwater
- Distinguished Lecture Series: Communicating Groundwater Science: From Real-Time to a Million Years
- Groundwater and Natural and Anthropogenic Geologic Hazards
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