We cordially invite you to submit an abstract to the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall meeting session:
H071 Regional groundwater systems: advances in modeling, characterization, and applications.
Regional groundwater systems are integral to many phenomena on Earth’s surface and crustal processes, storing and delivering a major portion of freshwater, supporting ecosystems, and modulating weather and climatic variability. Advances in observational techniques, artificial and environmental tracers, non-invasive geophysical methods, and improvements in databases and computational technology have provided a deeper fundamental understanding of regional groundwater systems. We invite submissions that examine regional hydrogeologic systems and related processes at multiple spatial and temporal scales using innovative observational, modeling and synthesis approaches.
Invited Speakers: Bridget Scanlon (University of Texas, Austin), Mark Person (New Mexico Tech), Bayani Cardenas (University of Texas, Austin) and David Genereux (North Carolina State Universiy).
Conveners: Jesus D. Gomez (New Mexico Tech), Michael J. Friedel (USGS), and Tom Gleeson (McGill University)
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The AGU fall meeting will be held in San Francisco from December 9-13, 2013. The abstract deadline is August 6, 2013. Please distribute this call for abstracts to any colleagues or students who may be interested.
Jesus Gomez, Michael Friedel, and Tom Gleeson