By Bryan Vigue – Regenesis

Regenesis is proud to be a sponsor of the 2012 David Keith Todd Distinguished Lecture Series. This unique and compelling series of presentations was started by the Groundwater Resources Association of California (GRAC) to honor Dr. David Keith Todd, Professor of Civil Engineering at University of California Berkley, for his significant contributions to groundwater science and technology. Once a year, this unique lectureship is awarded to qualified individuals who personify Dr. Todd’s lifelong dedication to groundwater resources. Specially created lectures are offered throughout California at universities, statewide and regional GRA events and GRA’s Annual Conference and Meeting. In 1999, Dr. Todd received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the GRA, well before passing away in 2006. Dr. Todd’s research became the basis for his textbook Groundwater Hydrology, first published in 1959 and now in its 3rd Edition.  To read more about Dr. Todd and his groundwater legacy visit:

Just this week, as part of the David Keith Todd Distinguished Lecture Series, Dr. John Cherry, Director, University Consortium of Field Focused Groundwater Contamination Research Adjunct Professor, University of Guelph, Canada Distinguished Emeritus Professor at University of Waterloo, Canada spent an hour speaking to a group of close to 100 environmental professionals on “Aquitards and Why They Matter.” For more information about these events and how to get involved click here.

July 24 in Long Beach: Hydraulic Fracturing and Water Resources Symposium
August 28-29 in Sacramento: Well Management in California Symposium
September 11-13 in Redwood City: Principles of Groundwater Flow & Transport Modeling Course
October 4-5 in Rohnert Park: 21st Annual GRA Conference and Meeting

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