Past Darcy Lecturers - 2010-2018
2018 — Masaki Hayashki, Ph.D.
"Alpine Hydrogeology: The Critical Role of Groundwater in Sourcing the Headwaters of the World"
2017 — Kamini Singha, Ph.D.
"A Tale of Two Porosities: Exploring Why Contaminant Transport Doesn’t Always Behave the Way It Should" and "The Critical Role of Trees in Critical Zone Science: An Exploration of Water Fluxes in the Earth’s Permeable Skin"
2016 — Ty Ferré, Ph. D.
“Seeing Things Differently: Rethinking the Relationship Between Data, Models, and Decision-Making”
2015 — Rainer H. Helmig, Ph.D.
“Evaluating the Competitive Use of the Subsurface: The Influence of Energy Storage and Production in Groundwater” and “Modeling and Analysis of Soil-Moisture Processes in the Subsurface: The Influence of Evaporation and Salt Precipitation in Groundwater”
2014 — Dorthe Wildenschild, Ph.D.
“What Happens in the Pore, No Longer Stays in the Pore: Opportunities and Limitations for Porous Media Characterization and Process Quantification Using X-ray Tomography” and “Optimizing Capillary Trapping as a Carbon Dioxide Mitigation Strategy: Pore-Scale Findings in Support of Larger-Scale Implementation”
2013 — David L. Rudolph, Ph.D.
"Managing Groundwater Beneath the Agricultural Landscape"
2012 — S. Majid Hassanizadeh, Ph.D.
"Transport of Viruses in Partially Saturated Soil and Groundwater" and "Capillarity in Porous Media, on Micro- and Macroscale, Revisited"
2011 — Stephen E. Silliman, Ph.D.
"Development of Reliable Hydrologic Data Sets in Difficult Environments: Case Studies from Benin, West Africa" and "Characterization of a Complex, Sole-Source Aquifer System in Benin, West Africa"
2010 — Timothy Scheibe, Ph.D.
"Beyond the Black Box: Integrating Advanced Characterization of Microbial Processes with Subsurface Reactive Transport Models" and "Quantifying Flow and Reactive Transport in the Heterogeneous Subsurface Environment: From Pores to Porous Media and Facies to Aquifers"