Accepted Titles/Abstracts

10th Annual Louisiana Groundwater, Surface Water and Water Resources Symposium, March 24-25, 2016

 

Title Author and Affiliation
A geospatial framework for cataloguing and analyzing surface water and groundwater withdraw information Fabiane Barato, School of Geosciences, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Whitney P. Broussard III, Institute for Coastal Ecology and Engineering, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, David Borrok and Daniel Conlin, School of Geosciences, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Oilfield Pit Groundwater and 1950s Arsenic Corrosion Inhibitor Usage, Lake St. John Field, LA: Possible Causes and Models for Arsenic and Iron Patterns Mary L. Barrett, Department of Geology & Geography, Centenary College of Louisiana
Securing Texas’ water supply for a drought proof future – the regional water supply planning process in Texas Bech Bruun, Texas Water Development Board, and Michael V. Reedy, Freese and Nichols Inc.
From geophysical well logs to hydrogeological model: learning through a visual and technology intensive course Carrier, A., M. Choi, S. Gowdy, R. Hoefeld, C. Hudson, C. Spano, C. Treloar, and C. M. Wicks, Department of Geology & Geophysics, Louisiana State University
Agricultural Irrigation Water Management Using Soil Moisture Sensors in Row Crops Stacia L. Davis, Red River Research Station, LSU AgCenter
Assessment of Water Stresses in Southwest Louisiana: Effects of Uncertainties in Water Resources Availability Hisham Eldardiry, Emad Habib, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Louisiana at Lafayette and David Borrok, School of Geosciences, Louisiana of Louisiana at Lafayette
City of West Monroe Sparta Reuse Facility Efforts to Save the Sparta Aquifer Terry Emory, City of West Monroe
Wastewater management and induced seismicity Keith B. Hall, Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University
Spatial variations in groundwater chemistry, Southern Hills aquifer system – a three-dimensional view Jeffrey S. Hanor, Department of Geology & Geophysics, Louisiana State University
Regional water resources: Adaptive approaches to policy and management of groundwater, surface water and response to flood/drought cycles Gary M. Hanson, Red River Watershed Management Institute, Louisiana State University, Shreveport
Contamination and Spatiotemporal Trends of Trace Elements in Surface Waters of the Calcasieu River Estuary Songjie He, Kaci Fisher, and Y.Jun Xu, School of Renewable Natural Resource, Louisiana State University and LSU AgCenter
Simulation of groundwater flow and chloride transport in the “2,000-foot” sand of the Baton Rouge Area, Louisiana, with scenarios to mitigate saltwater migration Charles E. Heywood and John K. Lovelace, United States Geological Survey
Modeling water quality in Breton Sound estuary, LA Kelin Hu, Q. Jim Chen, Center for Computation & Technology and Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University and Hongqing Wang, United States Geological Survey Wetland and Aquatic Research Center
Evaluation of the Quality of Diverted Water from the Red Bayou for Irrigation in Northwest Louisiana Changyoon Jeong, Red River Research Station, LSU AgCenter, and Ernest Girouard, Louisiana Master Farmer Program, LSU AgCenter
The Licensing of Geoscientists in Louisiana John Johnston, Louisiana Board of Professional Geoscientists
Assessment of long term River Stage changes within Specific Discharge in the Lowermost Mississippi River Sanjeev Joshi and Y. Jun Xu, School of Renewable Natural Resources, Louisiana State University
Conjunctive use of surface water and groundwater for northern Louisiana under climate change projection uncertainty Amir Mani and Frank Tsai, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University
Observations regarding the hydrogeology of the Baton Rouge “2000-foot sand Dale J. Nyman, formerly USGS
Baton Rouge groundwater model development Hai Pham and Frank Tsai, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University
Conjunctive Water Use with MODFLOW’s Farm Process model in Sparta aquifer of Ouachita, Lincoln, and Union parishes of Louisiana Bijay K. Pokhrel and Krishna Paudel, Department of Agricultural Economics, Louisiana State University and LSU AgCenter
Spatial analysis and modeling of land-use effects on water quality Maryam Roostaee, and Zhi-Qiang Deng, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University
Methods for Identification of Potential Future Threats to Louisiana’s Groundwater Supplies Pierre Sargent and Angela L. Collier, United States Geological Survey
Ethics for Geoscientists Engineers Part II William H. Schramm, Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
Prevalence of Naegleria fowleri in Louisiana Public Water Systems Samendra Sherchan, Department of Global Environmental Health Sciences, Tulane University
Dispersive thermohaline convection near salt domes: a case at Napoleonville Dome, Southeast Louisiana Frank Tsai, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University
A Case History of Use and Management of the Baton Rouge Fresh Water Aquifer System A. Hays Town Jr.,
Developing a groundwater regulatory plan to address land subsidence along the Texas Gulf Coast – the Harris Galveston Subsidence District’s approach to mitigating the problem Bill Thaman, Freese and Nichols Inc., and Mike Turco, Harris-Galveston Subsidence District and
Basic water resource information made easy—avoiding overload and underload: water resource fact sheets for each of Louisiana’s parishes Vincent White, United States Geological Survey
Effects of best management practices on forestry streamwater quality in central Louisiana Zhen Xu and Y. Jun Xu, School of Renewable Natural Resources, Louisiana State University
Applications of Immersed Boundary Methods in Hydrodynamics Simulations Ning Zhang, Xiao Han, and Susan Regmi, Department of Chemical, Civil and Mechanical Engineering, McNeese State University
Impacts of industrial water withdrawals on hydrodynamics and salinity transport in Calcasieu water system Xiao Han and Ning Zhang, Department of Chemical, Civil and Mechanical Engineering, McNeese State University
Comprehensively Thinking: Progress in Louisiana Water Law & Policy Chris Dalbom, Tulane Institute on Water Resources Law and Policy, Tulane University
An update on addressing saltwater intrusion in the “2,000-ft sand in the Baton Rouge area: Looking toward the future Anthony Duplechin, Capital Area Ground Water Conservation Commission
The use of floating islands to enhance dairy wastewater treatment in Southeast Louisiana Vinicius Moreira, Southeast Research Station, LSU AgCenter, Brian D. LeBlanc, School of Plant, Environment and Soil Sciences, LSU AgCenter and Louisiana Sea Grant, and Eric C. Achberger, LSU Department of Biological Sciences
Hydraulic Conductivity and Compressibility of Organic Clays in New Orleans Navid H. Jafari, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University
Westward Ho! Thoughts on Proposed Diversions of Mississippi River Water Mark Davis and Chris Dalbom, Tulane Institute on Water Resources Law and Policy, Tulane University
Current Status of Interstate Water Supply Diversion from the Lower Mississippi River Thomas Van Biersel, Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
Soil Microbiology – Key to Sustainable Water Resources J. Rodney Dickerson, Dickerson Consultants, LLC
A framework to assess ground and surface water sustainability in Louisiana F. Ryan Clark, Scott A. Hemmerling, and Harris C. Bienn, The Water Institute of the Gulf
Ecological consequences of altered floodplain hydrology for Catahoula Lake Richard F Keim, Lincoln Dugué, Karen Latuso, and Sanjeev Joshi, School of Renewable Natural Resources, Louisiana State University
Dissolved inorganic carbon in the Atchafalaya River: fluxes, sources, and trends Emily DelDuco, Yijun Xu, Songjie He, and Kaci Fisher, School of Renewable Natural Resources, Louisiana State University
Subsidence Induced Collapse of the Mississippi Delta System Sherwood Gagliano, Coastal Environmental, Inc.
Pressure Transient Analysis of Vertical Fault Leakage to a High Permeability Zone Mojtaba Mosaheb, and Mehdi Zeidouni, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Louisiana State University
Deposition of nitrogen and sulfur to Louisiana water bodies Hao Guo, Fenglin Han, and Hongliang Zhang, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University

 

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