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(as of 09/08/14)

Contact hours will be available for attending technical sessions and technical field trips.

Technical Sessions - Monday, September 15, 2014

Plenary Session - 8:00am - 10:00am
Welcome (Ray Talkington [AIPG President], Michel Hulst [AHS President]; Mayor of Prescott; Plenary Talk:
Flagstaff's Water & Rocks: Past, Present & Future, Bradley M. Hill, R.G., Utilities Director-Hydrologist,
City of Flagstaff

Break - 10:00am - 10:30am
Poster Session (Poster titles at bottom of page)

Student Poster Judging - 10:30 - 12:00 Noon
Students must be available to answer judges' questions regarding their posters.

Technical Session 1a - Balancing Cost & Risk in Designs for Large Storms

10:30 AM - FLOODING, EROSION, SEEPAGE AND TREATMENT: BALANCING RISK AND COSTS IN MINE CLOSURE DESIGNS, Stephen Taylor, Picacho Associates, LLC, Phoenix, AZ

10:50 AM - PROBABILITY AND RISK CONSIDERATIONS IN SIZING MINE WATER PONDS, Nathan Haws,
MWH Americas, Inc., Tempe, AZ

11:10 AM - THE NEXRAD REVOLUTION: SCIENTIFIC BASIS FOR UPDATING THE HMR-49 STATISTICAL STORM INTENSITIES AND PMPS, Bill Kappel, Applied Weather Associates, LLC, Monument, CO

11:30 AM - A COMPARISON OF HYDROLOGY AND DESIGNS USING HMR-49 AND 2013 ADWR NEXRAD GUIDANCE, Alexander Edstrom, MWH Americas, Inc., Tempe, AZ

Technical Session 1b - Colorado River

10:30 AM - IMPACTS OF CLIMATE UNCERTAINTIES ON COLORADO RIVER WATER SUPPLY, Andrea Carlson, Central Arizona Project, Phoenix, AZ

10:50 AM - COLORADO FLOOD IMPACTS, SEPTEMBER 2013: NORTHERN FRONT RANGE, William Hoyt,
Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO

11:10 AM - IRRIGATION TO SUPPORT RIPARIAN HABITAT RESTORATION ON THE LOWER COLORADO RIVER, Lindsey Hovland, GeoSystems Analysis, Inc., Tucson, AZ

Technical Session 1c - Oil & Gas / Environmental Geology

10:30 AM - HORIZONTAL ENVIRONMENTAL DRILLING 10 - AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MEANS AND METHODS FOR HORIZONTAL ENVIRONMENTAL WELL INSTALLATION, David Bardsley, Directed Technologies Drilling, Inc., Scottsdale, AZ

10:50 AM - Knock Off Blind Wells – An Innovative Method to Complete Single Ended Horizontal Environmental Wells, David Bardsley, Directed Technologies Drilling, Inc., Scottsdale, AZ

11:10 AM - DIRECTIONAL DRILLING FOR MINE DEWATERING: Extending Our Reach, Gwyn Rhys-Evans, Freeport McMoRan Inc., Morenci, AZ

11:30 AM - A GENERAL OVERVIEW OF DIRECTIONALLY DRILLED HORIZONTAL REMEDIATION WELLS AND THE BENEFITS IN ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIAL APPLICATIONS, Mike Sequino, Directional Technologies, Inc., Wallingford, CT

Lunch - 12:00 Noon - 1:30 PM - Lunch buffet with Karl Karlstrom & Laura Crossey (included in registration - all registrants welcome)

Technical Session 2a - Monitoring & Evaluating Reclamation Performance

1:30 AM - RISK EVALUATION OF DAM ERODIBILITY, Chin Man Mok, GSI Environmental Inc., Orinda, CA

1:50 PM - RECLAMATION OF A MID-CONTINENT FORMER LEAD SMELTER SITE, David Heidlauf, ENVIRON International Corporation, Chicago, IL

2:10 PM - AA LEACH PAD COVER DESIGN AND LONG-TERM MONITORING RESULTS - A SUCCESSFUL RECLAMATION PROJECT AT A NEVADA GOLD MINE, Mike Milczarek, GeoSytems Analysis, Inc., Tucson, AZ

2:30 PM - REMOTE CONTROLLED MONITORING FOR MINE CLOSURE, Gail Heath, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

Technical Session 2b - Geophysics & Ground Water

1:30 PM - REMOTE SENSING AND PASSIVE GEOPHYSICAL TECHNIQUES IN CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, David Donovan, AquaPetrus LLC, Las Vegas, NV

1:50 PM - NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE - A NEW TOOL FOR ENHANCED GROUNDWATER SUPPLY AND ENVIRONMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS, Bradley Cross, ARCADIS-US, Scottsdale, AZ

2:10 PM - TESTING FRACTURE CONNECTIVITY THROUGH VISUALIZATION AND MONITORING IN A GRANITIC ROCK SETTING NEAR ROXBORO, NORTH CAROLINA, Melinda Chapman, U.S. Geological Survey, Raleigh, NC

2:30 PM - POSITIVE IMPACTS ON GROUNDWATER RESOURCES SUBSEQUENT TO WILDFIRES IN THE LINCOLN NATIONAL FOREST IN NEW MEXICO, Roger Peery, John Shomaker & Associates, Inc., Albuquerque, NM

Technical Session 2c - Engineering Geology

1:30 PM - WATER USE AND SOURCES FOR OIL AND NATURAL GAS ACTIVITIES IN SIX WESTERN STATES, Tammy Rauen, Lakewood, CO, Golder Associates Inc.

1:50 PM - INTEGRATED GEOTECHNICAL AND GEOPHYSICAL (2-D AND 3-D ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY TOMOGRAPHY) ASSESSMENT OF FAILED RAILWAY LINE BRIDGE AT AKERE, NORTH EASTERN NIGERIA, Waliu Adeolu, Geophase Resources Nig Ltd, Ikeja

2:10 PM - THE BURMISTER SYSTEM OF SOIL CLASSIFICATION - HISTORY AND APPLICATION, Robert Stewart, AIPG, Thornton, CO

2:30 PM - AN UPDATE ON ARIZONA LAND SUBSIDENCE USING INTERFEROMETRIC SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR (INSAR) DATA BY THE ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES, Brian Conway, Arizona Department of Water Resources, Phoenix, AZ

Break - 2:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Judges tally poster scores & announce winners; view posters, exhibits

Technical Session 3a - Science Smorgasbord

3:20 PM - GEOBACTER A CASE SITE, Brian Beck, Brian Beck Consulting, Dewey, AZ

3:40 PM - RARE EARTH ELEMENTS (REE) IN BAUXITE, KAOLINITE, AND TERRA ROSSA DEPOSITS,
Mark Cocker
, USGS, Tucson, AZ

4:00 PM - GEOLOGISTS AND SITE CONCEPTUAL MODELS: VOCS AND SEWER GAS IN INDOOR AIR RESULTING FROM MIGRATION FROM BREACHED SEWER CONVEYANCE SYSTEMS, James A. Jacobs,
Clearwater Group, Pt. Richmond, CA

4:20 PM - INTEGRATION OF RAIN GAUGE AND DOPPLER RADAR DATA USING BAYESIAN NON-PARAMETRIC APPROACH, Chin Man Mok, GSI Environmental Inc., Orinda, CA

4:40 PM - STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF LEFT-CENSORED GEOCHEMICAL DATA, Michael Tomlinson,
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Flagstaff, AZ

Technical Session 3b - Surface- & Ground-Water Quality & Interaction

3:20 PM - IN SITU BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF CHROMIUM AT THE TOPOCK COMPRESSOR STATION: COUPLING GEOCHEMISTRY AND SOLUTE TRANSPORT MODELING, Michael Hay, ARCADIS U.S., Inc., Boulder, CO

3:40 PM - CONCEPTUAL MODELS IN CHARACTERIZING THE SOURCE AND MIGRATION OF NAPL-IMPACTED SEDIMENTS, Jeffrey Johnson, NewFields, Houston, TX

4:00 PM - GROUNDWATER UNDER THE DIRECT INFLUENCE OF SURFACE WATER, CITY OF CHARLOTTE, MICHIGAN - A CASE STUDY, Mark Sweatman, AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Novi, MI

4:20 PM - PLAYA LAKES WATER RESOURCE ASSESSMENT AND IMPLICATIONS FOR OGALLALA AQUIFER RECHARGE, Andrew Weinberg, Texas Water Development Board, Austin, TX

4:40 PM - THE PADRE CANYON EVAPORITES, COCONINO COUNTY, ARIZONA, Edwin McGavock,
Montgomery & Associates, Tucson, AZ

Technical Session 3c - Young Professionals

3:20 PM - A COMPARATIVE RESOURCE ESTIMATION STUDY OF A GRANITOID-HOSTED GOLD DEPOSIT IN GHANA, James Adu, Freeport McMoran Sierrita Mine, Green Valley, AZ

3:40 PM - THE GEOLOGIST'S ROLE IN ENVIRONMENTAL SITE CHARACTERIZATION AND REMEDIATION, J. Todd McFarland, CPG, AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc.

4:20 PM - I DIDN'T EVEN LIKE SOILS CLASS: HOW I BECAME MANAGER OF THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, Keri A. Nutter, CPG, DOWL HKM

4:40 PM - YOUNG PROFESSIONALS, Raymond Talkington, CPG, 2014 AIPG President, Geosphere Environmental Management, Inc., Exeter, NH

Technical Sessions - Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Technical Session 4a - Groundwater Management & Policy

8:00 AM - EPHEMERAL STREAM-FLOW MONITORING UTILIZING SRP FLOWTOGRAPHY, Lee Ester,
SRP Water Measurement, Tempe, AZ

8:20 AM - POTENTIAL FUTURE DECLINES IN BASE FLOW TO THE UPPER VERDE RIVER DUE TO GROUNDWATER EXTRACTION FROM THE BIG CHINO SUB-BASIN - AN APPLICATION OF THE NARGFM, Peter Kroopnick, CWAG, Prescott, AZ

8:40 AM - GROUNDWATER MODELING'S ROLE IN STRATEGIC WATER RESOURCES PLANNING FOR CLARKDALE, ARIZONA, Laurel Lacher, Lacher Hydrological Consulting, Tucson, AZ

9:00 AM - THE ROLE OF THE VERDE FORMATION IN CONTRIBUTING BASEFLOW TO THE VERDE RIVER - A CONTRARY VIEW, Edwin McGavock, Montgomery & Associates, Tucson, AZ

9:20 AM - EXPLORING ALTERNATIVE WATER MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS IN THE PRESCOTT AMA WITH UPDATED PrAMA GROUNDWATER FLOW MODEL, Keith Nelson, Arizona Department of Water Resources, Phoenix, AZ

Technical Session 4b - Santa Cruz River

8:00 AM - SEDIMENT TRASNPORT STUDY AT THE TUCSON REACH OF THE SANTA CRUZ RIVER,
Jennifer Duan, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

8:20 AM - A DRIER MORE VARIABLE HYDROLOGIC FUTURE COULD MEAN DIVERSE BUT SPARSE RIPARIAN SYSTEMS, Thomas Meixner, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

8:40 AM - THE EFFECTS OF EFFLUENT DISCHARGE AND CONCENTRATION ON INFILTRATION IN THE SANTACRUZ RIVER, Jacob Prietto, University of Arizona Dept. of Hydrology and Water Resources, Tucson, AZ

9:00 AM - CHANGES IN THE EFFLUENT-DEPENDENT SANTA CRUZ IN PIMA COUNTY; THE 2013 LIVING RIVER ANNUAL REPORT, Evan Canfield, Pima County Regional Flood Control, Tucson, AZ

Technical Session 4c - Mine Water

8:00 AM - IN-SITU COPPER MINING, Stephen Twyerould, Excelsior Mining, Phoenix, AZ

8:20 AM - ALKALINE FLUSH TECHNOLOGY: AN IN SITU TREATMENT METHOD FOR MINE IMPACTED ALLUVIAL AQUIFERS, Madhumitha Raghav, Freeport McMoRan, Oro Valley, AZ

8:40 AM - EVALUATING THE SOURCE OF HYPERSALINE CONDITIONS IN AN AREA OF MINING AND OIL PRODUCTION, Jeffrey Johnson, NewFields, Houston, TX

9:00 AM - SOLVING MINE WATER PROBLEMS WITH PEAT-BASED SORPTION MEDIA, Paul Egers,
Sovereign Consulting, Lakewood, CO

9:20 AM - EDIBLE OIL INJECTION EVENT MONITORED USING CONDUCTIVITY TRANSDUCERS AT A FRACTURED BEDROCK SITE, Kevin Frysinger, Environmental Standards, Valley Forge, PA

Break - 9:40 AM - 10:10 AM

Technical Session 5a - Groundwater Flow Modeling and Sampling

10:10 AM - HYDRAULIC TOMOGRAPHY: LET DATA TELL THE STORY, Michael Tso,University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

10:30 AM - EFFECT OF AQUIFER HETEROGENEITIES ON THE WATER RESIDENCE TIME (WRT) AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE, Ravindra Dwivedi, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

10:50 AM - AN INTRODUCTION TO MODFLOW-USG, AN UN-STRUCTURED GRID VERSION OF MODFLOW, Sorab Panday, GSI Environmental Inc., Herndon, VA

11:10 AM - SOME ISSUES IN GROUNDWATER MODELING, Bryan Travis, Hydro Geo Chem, Inc., Tucson, AZ

11:30 AM - ETHICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING; THINGS YOU MAY NOT HAVE CONSIDERED, Joseph Kraycik, Environmental Standards, Inc., Valley Forge, PA

Technical Session 5b - Causes & Consequences of Declining Municipal Demand

10:10 AM - PATTERNS AND TRENDS IN MUNICIPAL WATER DEMAND: IMPACTS OF CHANGING TASTES, TECHNOLOGIES AND DEMOGRAPHICS, Gary Woodard, Montgomery & Associates, Tucson, AZ 85719

10:30 AM - IMPROVED DEMAND FORECASTS THROUGH DYNAMIC SIMULATION MODELING: THE POWER OF DASHBOARDS, SCENARIOS, AND MONTE CARLO METHODS, Megan Zivic, EL Montgomery & Associates, Tucson, AZ

10:50 AM - WATER DEMAND PLANNING A MUNICIPAL PERSPECTIVE, Douglas Toy, City of Chandler, Chandler, AZ and Fair Yeager, CH2M HILL

11:10 AM - ANTICIPATING THE FUTURE OF WATER DEMAND - A NEW APPROACH, Ray Quay, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ

Technical Session 5c - STEM Careers Feeding the Pipeline

10:10 AM - GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE WATER RESOURCES TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM: ADDRESSING THE SHORTAGE NEEDS FOR STEM TECHNICIANS, Mario Castaneda,
GateWay Community College, Phoenix, AZ

10:30 AM - BUILDING AN ONLINE STEM BROADCASTING STATION, Michael Conway, Arizona Geological Survey, Tucson, AZ

10:50 AM - EXPLORING EARTH SCIENCE THROUGH EXPLOSIONS, EXCAVATIONS, AND THE ENVIRONMENT, Stacey Hundley, Wright State University, Dayton, OH

11:10 AM - THE EVOLUTION OF THE GEOSCIENCE WORKFORCE IN TIMES OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE, Christopher Keane, American Geosciences Institute, Alexandria, VA

11:30 AM - ARIZONA PROJECT WET STEM PROGRAMS, Kerry Schwartz, University of Arizona, Water Resources Research Center, Tucson, AZ

Lunch - 12:00 Noon - 1:30 PM
Lunch buffett with Guest Speaker Stephen Reynolds (lunch included with registration - all registrants welcome).

Technical Session 6a - Ground Water

1:30 PM - HYDROGEOLGICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE TIMKEN FAIRCREST STEEL PLANT CONSTRUCTION DEWATERING PROJECT STARK COUNTY, CANTON AND PERRY TOWNSHIPS, OHIO, Curtis J. Coe, ODNR Division of Soil and Water Resources, Columbus, OH

1:50 PM - GROUND WATER INVESTIGATION OF THE CARBONATE BEDROCK AQUIFER TO EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF PUMPING HIGH-YIELDING IRRIGATION WELLS ON LOCAL WATER SUPPLY WELLS IN OTTAWA COUNTY, HARRIS TOWNSHIP, OHIO, Curtis J. Coe, ODNR Div. Soil and Water, Columbus, OH

2:10 PM - PURSUING DEVELOPMENT OF A PUBLIC COMMUNITY WATER SUPPLY UNDER LIMITED AQUIFER ACCESS CONDITIONS, Frank Getchell, Leggette, Brashears & Graham, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ

2:30 PM - THE ADWR ONLINE GROUND WATER LEVEL DATA PORTAL A NEW TOOL FOR GROUNDWATER LEVEL DATA REPORTING, Frank Corkhill, AZ Dept of Water Resources, Phoenix, AZ

2:50 PM - TECHNICAL, PERMITTING, AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF REPLACEMENT WELLS IN ARIZONA'S ACTIVE MANAGEMENT AREAS, Andrew Scott, Montgomery & Associates, Scottsdale, AZ

Technical Session 6b - Industrial Minerals / Economic Geology

1:30 PM - CRITICAL AND STRATEGIC MINERALS - STATUS REPORT, Jim Burnell, Mineral Strategies LLC, Golden, CO

1:50 PM - ANCESTRAL YUBA RIVER PLACER GOLD DEPOSITS - NORTHERN SIERRA NEVADA REGION, CALIFORNIA, David Lawler, Lawler Associates Geoscience, Grass Valley, CA

2:10 PM - INDUSTRIAL MINERAL PRODUCTION IN THE UNITED STATES - AN INCREASING RELIANCE ON IMPORTS, William Langer, Bill Langer Research Geologist LLC., Anthem, AZ

2:30 PM - MINE SCAMS, David Lawler, CPG, Berkeley, CA

2:50 PM - GETTING PAST GO, Larry Cerrillo, Ingenuity Enterprises Int’l. Inc., Evergreen, CO

Technical Session 6c - Hydrogeologic Framework Studies

1:30 PM - FINDINGS FROM FIELD INVESTIGATIONS OF NINE REGOLITH-FRACTURED CRYSTALLINE BEDROCK RESEARCH STATIONS IN THE PIEDMONT AND BLUE RIDGE PHYSIOGRAPHIC PROVINCES OF NORTH CAROLINA, Melinda Chapman, U.S. Geological Survey, Raleigh, NC

1:50 PM - REPORT OF A HYDROGEOLOGIC STUDY IN THE SOUTH SALEM HILLS, POLK COUNTY, OREGON, Nicholas Coffey, Coffey Geoscience LLC, Salem, OR

2:10 PM - USE OF LONG-TERM THERMOMETRIC AND HYDROLOGIC MEASUREMENTS IN CHARACTERIZING SURFACE WATER-GROUNDWATER INTERACTIONS ALONG THE GREAT MIAMI RIVER IN DAYTON, OHIO, Brent Huntsman, Terran Corporation, Beavercreek, OH

2:30 PM - Frank Postillion
Pima County Regional Flood Control District, Tucson, AZ
AGUA CALIENTE-THE ONCE AND FUTURE SPRING

Break - 2:50 PM - 3:20 PM - Networking, posters, exhibits

Technical Session 7a - Water Management

3:40 PM - AN ADAPTIVE RELIABILITY-BASED OPTIMIZATION FRAMEWORK FOR INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCES, Chin Man Mok, GSI Environmental Inc., Orinda, CA

4:00 PM - SIMPLIFIED MODEL OF BANK FAILURE AS A FUNCTION OF GROUNDWATER / RIVER STAGE DYNAMICS, Brent Travis, WEST Consultants, Inc., Tempe, AZ

4:20 PM - IMPACTS OF WILDFIRES ON WATER SUPPLIES, Daniel Neary, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, AZ

4:40 PM - ARIZONA FARMS OF THE FUTURE: THE CHANGING FACE OF IRRIGATION & WATER USE IN AGRICULTURE, Dave Laney, Cardno ATC, Tempe, AZ

Posters

Vaden J. Aldridge
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
ESTIMATING GROUNDWATER RECHARGE IN SEMI-ARID, PONDEROSA PINE FOREST USING A PRECIPITATION-SOURCED CHLORIDE MASS BALANCE TECHNIQUE

David Anning
U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, AZ
DISSOLVED SOLIDS IN STREAMS OF THE CONTERMINOUS UNITED STATES

David Anning
U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, AZ
A NATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF BRACKISH GROUNDWATER

Rachel Bobich
Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
CASE STUDY: THE VARIANCE OF WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS TO DEPTH IN COUPON BIGHT

Geno Castillo
New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM
PALEOMAGNETIC, ANISOTROPY OF MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY, GEOCHRONOLOGY AND PETROGRAPHY OF THE BUENA VISTA DIKE, NORTH-CENTRAL NEW MEXICO

Arien Chavez
GeoSystems Analysis/The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
AN ESTIMATED WATER BUDGET FOR THE LOWER COLORADO RIVER MULTI-SPECIES CONSERVATION PROGRAM AT PALO VERDE ECOLOGICAL RESERVE

Mary Eaton
College of Charleston Department of Geology and Environmental Geo, Charleston, SC
DIVERGENT RIDGE FEATURES ON THE JUAN DE FUCA AND GORDA RIDGES

Nathan Haws
MWH Americas, Inc., Tempe, AZ
PROBABILITY AND RISK CONSIDERATIONS IN SIZING MINE WATER PONDS

Ray Kenny
Geosciences Department, Durango, CO
A GEOMORPHIC AND GEOCHRONOLOGIC STUDY OF THE MIS-5B DIAMICTITE AT PALISADES CREEK, EASTERN GRAND CANYON, AZ: EVIDENCE FOR EMPLACEMENT DURING REGIONAL WET EVENTS IN THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES

Ray Kenny
Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO
10BE, OXYGEN ISOTOPES, AND GEOMORPHOLOGY OF LATE PLEISTOCENE STONE RUNS, TUFA, AND SCALLOPED KAIBAB LIMESTONE CLIFFS: TWIN CREEK CANYON, WESTERN GRAND CANYON, AZ

Michael McLane
NOAA/National Weather Service, Phoenix, Arizona, Tempe, AZ
COMPOSITE PATTERNS TYPICAL OF WIDESPREAD HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS IN THE PHOENIX, AZ METROPOLITAN AREA

Noe Santos
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Boulder City, NV
EVALUATING THE PERFORMANCE OF CMIP5 CLIMATE PROJECTIONS OVER THE COLORADO RIVER BASIN

Samantha Schwarz
Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT
DISTRIBUTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF FACTORS INFLUENCING RATES OF MANGANESE CONCENTRATIONS IN GROUNDWATER IN LEBANON, CT

Zachary Spotts
Western Michigan University Department of Geosciences, East Lansing, MI
NATURALLY-OCCURRING METALS CONCENTRATIONS IN MICHIGAN SOILS: A 2014 SURVEY

Victoria Stempniewicz
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
EVALUATING EROSION RISK MITIGATION FROM FOREST RESTORATION TREATMENTS USING ALLUVIAL CHRONOLOGY AND HYDRAULIC MODELING

Linda Stromquist
National Park Service, Anchorage, AK
INVESTIGATION OF AN OIL SHALE FIRE AT WINDFALL MOUNTAIN

Wesley Toews
Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS
USING SPECTRAL REFLECTANCE SIGNATURES TO DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN BENNETT REEF LIMESTONE BEDS

Michael Tso
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
THE VIRTUE OF FLUX MEASUREMENTS DURING HYDRAULIC TOMOGRAPHIC SURVEYS

Caroline Hagan Webb
Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Davis, CA
DEEP GROUNDWATER FLOW THROUGH INTERCONNECTED FRACTURE NETWORKS

Craig A. Wilson
The Dobson Association, Mesa, AZ
FRIENDS OF TONTO NATIONAL FOREST

Kate Zeigler
Zeigler Geologic Consulting, Albuquerque, NM
INTEGRATING SCIENCE AND COMMUNITIES IN NORTHEASTERN NEW MEXICO: THE UNION COUNTY HYDROGEOLOGY PROJECT

Katherine Stoll - Poster Session
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
REMOTE CONTROLLED MONITORING FOR MINE CLOSURE

Rae Byars
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
AN INQUIRY OF UPPER LAKE MARY'S WATER QUALITY AND THE ORIGIN OF THE LAKE MARY BASIN