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hydrogeologist

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  • noun A person involved in hydrogeology.

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Examples

  • Among the speakers at Duke's fracking workshop were, from left to right, EPA hydrogeologist David Jewett, ExxonMobil's Michael Parker, and Environmental Defense Fund's chief scientist Steve Hamburg.

    Bill Chameides: Minds Meet on Shale Gas/Fracking

  • Pradip Sengupta is a hydrogeologist and a GIS expert.

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  • Yu-Feng Lin, a hydrogeologist at the Illinois State Water Survey, is on a mission to tackle a top national research priority using Mathematica.

    Wolfram Blog : Mathematica and Natural Resources Research

  • Yu-Feng Lin, a hydrogeologist at the Illinois State Water Survey, is on a mission to tackle a top national research priority using Mathematica.

    Wolfram Blog : 2009 : November

  • Among the speakers at Duke's fracking workshop were, from left to right, EPA hydrogeologist David Jewett, ExxonMobil's Michael Parker, and Environmental Defense Fund's chief scientist Steve Hamburg.

    Bill Chameides: Minds Meet on Shale Gas/Fracking

  • Beginning in 1994, a multi-disciplinary team — which consisted of T. Allan Comp, a historian and director of the non-profit AMD&ART; Robert Deason, a hydrogeologist; Stacy Levy, a sculptor; AmeriCorps interns; and landscape architect Julie Bargmann, of D.I.R.T. Studio — were tasked to create “a large-scale, artful public space that directly addresses the problems of AMD and much more.”

    Treating Acid Mine Drainage in Vintondale

  • "It challenges the view that natural gas, and the suite of hydrocarbons that exist around it, is isolated from water supplies by its extreme depth," said Judith Jordan, the oil and gas liaison for Garfield County, who has worked as a hydrogeologist with DuPont and as a lawyer with Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection.

    Officials in Three States Pin Water Woes on Gas Drilling

  • Scott Tyler, a hydrogeologist at the University of Nevada, Reno, was one of the first researchers to adapt the tool for science, tweaking it to be more precise (to a 10th of a degree) and more durable: "We had to figure out, for example, what kind of cable a snapping turtle wouldn't bite through."

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  • "One thing that is most striking is in the area where there are large vertical faults you see a much higher instance of water wells being affected," said Geoffrey Thyne, the hydrogeologist who wrote the report's summary and conclusion [4] (PDF).

    Officials in Three States Pin Water Woes on Gas Drilling

  • In 2005, hydrogeologist Robert Moran conducted a technical review of Pacific Rim's Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the El Dorado Mine Project, concluding the company's study was incomplete and lacked necessary data and testing.

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