Seminars

 

Spring 2018 SOE Seminar Series Lineup

 

Held jointly with USGS OR Water Science Center and Oregon State University

 

Tuesdays from 12 - 1pm

CIN92 (Fifth Ave Cinema)

 

 

Schedule of speakers:

 

3-Apr            Masaki Hayashi (2018 NGWA Darcy Lecturer)      University Calgary   

Alpine Hydrogeology: The Critical Role of Groundwater in Sourcing the Headwaters of the World

                                   

10-Apr         Marty Briggs              USGS, CT        

Surface Geophysical Methods for the Characterization of Preferential Flow processes and Water Exchanges Along the River Corridor

                                   

17-Apr         Anne Jefferson           Kent State      

Signals of stormwater management across scales

                                   

24-Apr         Ann Hayden               Southern Illinois University - Carbondale 

Using hydraulic modeling to evaluate connectivity enhancement under alternative restoration scenarios in the Atchafalaya River Basin

                                   

1-May           Michael Manga          University of California - Berkeley 

Earthquakes and water (and why the Lusi eruption was not caused by an earthquake)

                                   

8-May           Paul (Chris) Milly       USGS/NOAA  

Streamflow in Our Warming World: Hydrologic Droughts Ahead? Or Just a Lot of Hot Air?

                                   

15-May         Adrienne Aiona         Portland Bureau of Environmental Services

The nexus between monitoring, engineering and policy for stormwater management in Portland

                                   

22-May         Renee Brooks            US EPA - Western Ecology Division NHREERL 

Snowpack contribution to flow in the Willamette River over the last 7 years.   

                                   

29-May         Hongbin Zhan            Texas A&M University         

Opportunities and Challenges for China and US Collaboration in Hydrogeological Research and Education.  A Success Story: the Art of the Push-and-Pull Aquifer Test

                                   

5-Jun             Jessica Lundquist      University of Washington   

Learning to See in Thermal Infrared: Sensing Snow and Forest Temperatures from Point to Aircraft to Satellite Scales

 

(For information contact: Ben Perkins, 503-725-3387, rperkins@pdx.edu)

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Other Seminar Events:

Geological Society of the Oregon Country (GSOC) Monthly Talks