We were thrilled to see HydroGeoSphere so well represented at the 2022 MODFLOW and More conference, so we invited some of the users to deliver their presentations to the rest of the Aquanty network. This webinar will be of special interest to users interested in matrix diffusion in discrete fracture networks, saltwater intrusion, and the thermal energy transport capabilities offered by HydroGeoSphere.
Join Aquanty in welcoming HGS users Dr. Anner Paldor, Ryan Fredericks, Holly Michael and Katie Fogg and enjoy the following presentations.
MODELED SALINITIES IN COASTAL AQUIFERS DEPEND ON HIGH- AND LOW-FREQUENCY FLUCTUATIONS IN SEA LEVEL, CONTROLLED BY STORAGE PROPERTIES by Anner Paldor
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VULNERABILITY TO SEA-LEVEL RISE AND STORM-SURGE SALINIZATION DIFFERS FOR TOPOGRAPHY-LIMITED AND RECHARGE-LIMITED SYSTEMS: INSIGHTS FROM GROUNDWATER FLOW AND TRANSPORT MODELING AT ASSATEAGUE ISLAND, MD by Ryan S. Frederiks
IMPACT OF OCEAN SURGE PROFILES ON OVERWASH-DRIVEN SALINIZATION IN COASTAL AQUIFERS by Rachel Housego
EFFECTS OF FLOODPLAIN SHADING ON HYPORHEIC AQUIFER TEMPERATURES: IMPLICATIONS FOR RESTORATION by Katie Fogg
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