Past Darcy Lecturers - 1990-1999
1999 — Scott Tyler, Ph.D.
"Ground Water Recharge in Arid Regions: Questions About Today and the Past"
1998 — Barbara Sherwood-Lollar, Ph.D.
"Stable Carbon Isotopes: Tools for Direction of the Origin and Fate of the Environmental Contaminants"
1997 — Philip C. Bennett, Ph.D.
"Water, Microbes, and Rocks: The Geochemical Ecology of Contaminated Ground Water"
1996 — Linda Abriola, Ph.D.
"Organic Liquid Contaminant Entrapment and Persistence in the Subsurface: Interphase Mass Transfer Limitations and Implications for Remediation"
1995 — Paul Hsieh, Ph.D.
"A Multidisciplinary, Multiscale Investigation of Fluid Flow and Solute Transport in Fractured Crystalline Rocks: Finds from the Mirror Lake Site, New Hampshire"
1994 — Edward Sudicky, Ph.D.
"Contaminant Migration in Complex-Structure Porous and Fractured-Porous Geologic Media: A Simulation Perspective"
1993 — Mary Jo Baedecker, Ph.D.
"The Fate of Organic Compounds and Geochemical Processes in Contaminated Aquifers"
1992 — John Wilson, Ph.D.
"Visualization of Ground Water Flow and Transport Through a Microscope"
1991 — Stephen Wheatcraft, Ph.D.
"Fractal Approaches to Modeling Geologic Variability in Aquifers"
1990 — Ralph C. Heath, Ph.D.
"Hydrogeology and Hazardous Waste Disposal"
Reed Maxwell, Ph.D.
"Hydrology from the Bottom Up: How Groundwater Shapes the Water Cycle"
"Hydrology in the Supercomputing Age: How Computational Advances Have Revolutionized Our Field, And What Big Data and Massively Parallel Simulations Mean for the Future of Hydrologic Discovery"
"Killer Beetles, Naked Trees, and Dirty Water: Understanding Hydrology and Water Quality Impacts from the Mountain Pine Beetle Infestation in the Rocky Mountain West"