Group member Courtney Merket successfully defended her MS thesis, Earth Systems Modeling in the Brazos River Alluvium Aquifer: Improvement of Computational Methods and Development of Conceptual Model. Congratulations Courtney and good luck in your new position at Freese and Nichols!
Gou defends dissertation on plant-groundwater modeling
Congrats to Dr. Si Gou for successfully defending her Ph.D. dissertation, Study of Multi-Scale Plant-Groundwater Interactions, and for starting a faculty position at Sichuan University in Chengdu, China.
Miller awarded prestigious CAREER grant
Dr. Miller is thrilled to announce her NSF CAREER proposal has been funded. The grant is entitled "CAREER: Science for Sustainable and Resilient Groundwater Management" and is being funded by the NSF Environmental Sustinability program. This five-year award will allow the group to futher develop its models of groundwater dependent ecosystems and create improved metrics […]
Zhang defends thesis on infiltration under stormwater retention cells
Congrats to Jingqiu Zhang for successfully defending her MS thesis, Reactive Transport Modeling of Natural Attenuation in Stormwater Bioretention Cells and Under Land Application of Wastewater.
Gou wins AGU presentation award
Big congrats to Si Gou, for winning the Outstanding Student Paper Award for her poster at the AGU meeting last week, entitled “Simulating Groundwater-Plant-Atmosphere Interactions in a Semiarid Savanna.” The award is given to the top 3-5% of student presentations.
Miller and Gou present at AGU
Si and I presented the results of our oak savanna modeling using PARFLOW.CLM at the Fall 2011 AGU meeting.