November 2015 Spotlight
PROTECT adopts Equivalent Porous Media (EPM) approach to Model Groundwater Hydraulics and Contaminant Transport in Karst Aquifers
Predicting hydraulic behavior of karst aquifers is difficult because of their high degree of heterogeneity and anisotropy. In a new study to address these challenges, PROTECT trainees Reza Ghasemizadeh and Xue Yu, implemented Equivalent Porous Media (EPM) Simulation of Groundwater Hydraulics and Contaminant Transport in Karst Aquifers.
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In the News
- PROTECT Presents at EPA Region 1 Superfund Research Program Meeting
- November Webinar: Prof. Daniel Aldrich to present Networks in Crisis: Data on Social Capital and Resilience
- Giese receives $100K grant to improve testing for carcinogens in food
- PROTECT adopts Equivalent Porous Media (EPM) approach to Model Groundwater Hydraulics and Contaminant Transport in Karst Aquifers
- PROTECT Project 5 presents at UMass Amherst, MA
12/11: Conference: Reproductive Health and the Environment, Boston, MA
1/28 – 2/1/2016: Conference: KWI/PROTECT Karst conference (download 2nd circular), San Juan, PR
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