REGENESIS recently made a donation to support the 2013 Henry Darcy Lecture Series in Groundwater Science. The series was developed by The National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation (NGWREF) in 1986 with the goal of fostering the same interest in groundwater science and technology that sparked the series’ name, Henry Darcy, in the 19th century. Darcy developed a series of experiments which set the foundation on which groundwater hydrology continues to be studied.
The 2013 Darcy Lecture Series – presented by David L. Rudolph, PhD, PE – focuses on Managing Groundwater Beneath the Agricultural Landscape. Dr. Rudolph will be hosted at numerous facilities across Europe, Australia, and North America. The series continues in September and comes to an end at NGWA’s Groundwater Expo in Nashville, TN in December.
Having touched the lives of 85,000 groundwater students and professionals, the series continues to deliver dynamic content to a very focused group of participants. “Regenesis is excited to be able to contribute to this global, groundwater focused educational series. Being a long-standing member of the groundwater remediation community we look forward to assisting the NGREF in providing high quality information regarding groundwater resources.” said Bryan Vigue, VP of Marketing at Regenesis.
The presentations are scheduled for the remainder of the 2013 calendar year as follows:
|9/2||IAH Queensland Chapter. Brisbane, Australia. Malcolm Cox.|
|9/4||IAH New South Wales Chapter. Crows Nest, Australia. Lange Jorstad.|
|9/6||IAH Australian Capital Territory Chapter. Canberra, Australia. Lucy Lytton.|
|9/9||IAH Victoria Chapter. East Melbourne, Australia. Chris McAuley.|
|9/11||IAH Tasmania Chapter. Hobart, Australia. Robert Virtue.|
|9/13||National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training. Adelaide, Australia. Joanne Barbaro.|
|9/18||IAH Western Australia Chapter. Perth, Australia. Ryan Vogwill.|
|9/30||IAH Quebec Chapter. Montreal, Canada. Stefan Broda.|
|10/10||University of Helsinki. Helsinki, Finland. Kristi Korkka-Niemi.|
|10/14||University La Sapienza (and IAH Italian Chapter). Rome, Italy. Marco Petitta.|
|10/16||Universitat Politecnica de Valencia. Valencia, Spain. Jaime Gomez-Hernandez.|
|10/17||IAH British Chapter. London, United Kingdom. Michael Rivett.|
|10/28||Geological Society of America. Fort Collins, Colorado. William E. Sanford.|
|11/7||University of California, Davis. Davis, California. Maziar Kandelous.|
|11/8||University of Texas, Austin. Austin, Texas. Bayani Cardenas.|
|11/12||Northern Arizona University. Flagstaff, Arizona. Abe Springer.|
|12/4||NGWA Groundwater Expo. Nashville, Tennessee. Rachel Geddes.|
Interested parties may visit the NGWREF website for details regarding dates, locations, and registration.
- Range of Treatable Groundwater Contaminants Resource Guide
- Case Study: In Situ Chemical Oxidation of Chlorinated Solvents Using PersulfOx™ at an Industrial Site
- Webinar Recording: Remediation Field Studies Evaluating the Effectiveness of Catalyzed Persulfate (PersulfOx) vs. Base-Activated Persulfate