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hydrogeologists

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  • noun Plural form of hydrogeologist.

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Examples

  • These conclusions of extensive contamination from coal ash minefilling were corroborated by three Pennsylvania scientists: two hydrogeologists and a professor of chemistry versed in coal chemistry.

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  • A Surge in Well Permits While Atlanta's main water source, Lake Lanier, has sunk 15 feet below desired levels and ordinary families have let their lawns go brown, affluent residents are paying thousands of dollars to hydrogeologists and drilling companies to scout their estates for underground water to draw from whenever they please.

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  • As you can see, the necessary lawyers, hydrogeologists, engineers and other experts don't come cheap.

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  • For instance, issues of regional water planning in the Middle Rio Grande provided real opportunities to unite farmers, smart growth and new urbanist advocates, water managers, hydrogeologists, urban users and environmental advocates when we were focused on the recommendations of the 50 year regional plan.

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  • Dr. R.chard R. Parizek, of State College, Pennsylvania, is currently a professor of geology and geoenvironmental engineering at the Pennsylvania State University; president of R.chard R. Parizek and Associates, consulting hydrogeologists and environmental geologists; and a registered Professional Geologist.

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  • The assessment teams, consisting of health experts, logisticians, hydrogeologists and food and agricultural experts, use a five point scale to assess the severity of the drought-related problems.

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  • Hydrologists study the distribution, circulation and physical properties of water, with hydrogeologists focusing specifically on groundwater.

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  • Since scientists first came up with the idea of CORKs -- devices that were made basically to plug the hole and provide data that would answer some really basic questions about what is going on in the ocean crust, scientists, mainly geophysicists, geochemists, and hydrogeologists, have been working with engineers to develop increasingly complex systems for understanding the subseafloor.

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  • Please don't ask me to say who knows how to have more fun: the hydrogeologists or geomorphologists.

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  • Hydrologists study the distribution, circulation and physical properties of water, with hydrogeologists focusing specifically on groundwater.

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