LAWater 2019 Submissions

Submissions (2019-03-15)

13th Annual Louisiana Water Conference
1. Groundwater Use in the Agricultural Sector in Louisiana, 2004-2017, Dependra Bhatt, Krishna Paudel, Frank Tsai and Huizhen Niu, LSU AgCenter
2. Professional Ethics for Geologists and Engineers, John Johnston, Louisiana Geological Survey
3. Introduce Sediment Module into WRF-Hydro, Dongxiao Yin and Zuo Xue, Louisiana State University
4. Decadal changes in river discharge from the continental United States to the Gulf of Mexico, Y. Jun Xu and Yan Qi, Louisiana State University
5. Approaches to Minimization of Saltwater Intrussion in the Baton Rouge Area, Anthony Duplechin, Capital Area Groundwater Conservation District
6. Elements geochemistry across the waterscape: A case study in the lower Little River Basin, Louisiana, Zhen Xu and Y. Jun Xu, Louisiana State University
8. Managed Aquifer Storage and Recovery Feasibility Study, Olivia LaHaye, Emad Habib, Hamid Aboueshagh, Frank Tsai and David Borrok, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Louisiana State University, Missouri University of Science & Technology
9. Emergency preparedness and recovery lessons after the Great Louisiana Flood of 2016 among domestic well owners, Aubrey Gilliland, Kelsey Pieper, Susanne Straif-Bourgeois, William Rhoads, Marc Edwards, Kari Brisolara and Adrienne Katner, LSUHSC-New Orleans, Virginia Tech
10. Distribution and recovery trajectory of Macondo oil: shelf and wetlands, R. Eugene Turner, Nancy Rabalais and Edward Overton, LSU
11. The impact of unconventional energy development using hydraulic fracturing on Louisiana water resources availability, Hanz Unruh, Emad Habib and David Borrok, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Missouri University of Science of Technology
12. A quantitative analysis of the organic and mineral content of Mississippi River suspended sediment in the falling hydrograph, Abigail Eckland, Mead Allison and Thomas Bianchi, Tulane University, University of Florida
13. Water Use in Louisiana, Angela Collier, U.S. Geological Survey
14. Characterization of sedimentology and infill rates for borrow areas in coastal Louisiana, Matthew Barley, Carol Wilson, Kehui Xu and Sam Bentley, Louisiana State University
15. SHEAR WAVE AND RESISTIVITY SURVEYS TO EVALUATE SEEPAGE FLOW UNDER A LEVEE IN THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY, Daniel E. Locci Lopez, Juan M. Lorenzo, Frank T.-C. Tsai and Mohammed Elgettafi, Louisiana State University
16. Analysis of Public Supply Water Use in Louisiana, Pierre Sargent, United States Geological Survey
17. Mapping the Variability of Specific Conductance in Groundwater of the Mississippi River Valley Alluvial Aquifer, Ashley Bussell, Courntey Killian, Katherine Knierim, James Kingsbury, Samantha Wacaster and Wade Kress, U.S. Geological Survey, Lower Mississippi-Gulf Water Science Center
18. The Springs of Denham Springs, Louisiana their history, chemistyr and source, Douglas Carlson Carlson, Louisiana Geological Survey
19. Trends for Hydraulic Fracturing for Unconvential Plays compare to Haynesville, Douglas Carlson Carlson, Louisiana Geological Survey
20. Effect of Land Use Change on River Network and Channel Morphology of Four Tributaries in the Vermilion Watershed in South Louisiana, Courtney Poirier, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
21. Hydraulic responses to frontal passage in a microtidal environment, Sara Ates and Matthew Hiatt, Louisiana State University
22. Water-sediment diversion rate at the Old River Control Structures, Bo Wang and Y. Jun Xu, Louisiana State University
23. Changes in riverbed morphology in the upper lowermost Yangtze River from 1998 to 2013, Wei Xu, Y. Jun Xu and Heqin Cheng, East China Normal University, Louisiana State University
24. Contrasting diel dissolved carbon dynamics in the Mississippi and Yangtze Rivers, Jeremy Reiman, Lei Gao, Weiguo Zhang and Y. Jun Xu, Louisiana State University, East China Normal University
25. Evaluation of Relief Wells along Levees of Inner Harbor Navigation Canal, New Orleans, Ye-Hong Chen and Frank T.-C. Tsai, Louisiana State University
26. Bayou Lafourche Sewage Project, Jesse Means, Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
27. Bi-objective saltwater intrusion risk assessment using Bayesian set pair analysis and machine learning based ensemble surrogates, Jina Yin and Frank Tsai, Louisiana State University
28. What in the World are we Doing About our Fresh Water Resources?, George Losonsky and William Schramm, Losonsky & Associates Inc.
29. Evaluating Shallow Groundwater Resources Using Smart Tools, Scott Bergeron and George Losonsky, Professional Technical Support Services, Inc., Losonsky & Associates, Inc.
30. Current and future depositions of nitrogen and sulfate in Southeastern U.S., Jessica Nguyen and Hao Guo, Louisiana State University
31. Developing statewide hydrostratigraphy model for Louisiana state, Hamid Vahdat Aboueshagh and Frank Tsai, Louisiana State University
32. Applications of the Louisiana Coastal Geohazards Atlas in groundwater management, Chris McLindon, New Orleans Geological Society
33. Louisiana Watershed Initiative: Design of a Monitoring and Modeling Approach, Ehab Meselhe and Emad Habib, Tulane University, University of Louisiana Lafayette
34. Update on work towards a Comprehensive Water Code for Louisiana, Christopher Dalbom, Tulane Institute on Water Resources Law & Policy
35. Hidden complexity of the Mississippi River Alluvial Valley aquifer illuminated like never before using regional-scale airborne geophysics, Wade Kress, Burke Minsley and James Rigby, US Geological Survey, US Department of Agriculture
36. SAFE WATER FOR DISINFECTION: Using Disinfectant Water for the 2014 Eboa Outbreak, Lee Gary, Robert Reimers and Kari Brisolora, SMS-USA/Tulane University, Tulane University, LSU School of Public Health
37. Challenges with Salt Water Disposal in the Haynesville Shale Play, Corey Shircliff, Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
38. Estimating groundwater availability and land-surface subsidence in the Coastal Lowlands Aquifer System using a MODFLOW 6 model and uncertainty analysis, Linzy Foster, Leslie Duncan and Brian Clark, USGS Texas Water Science Center, USGS Lower Mississippi Gulf Water Science Center, USGS Water Mission Area
39. Chicot aquifer water-level increases correspond with a reduction in groundwater withdrawals in the Lake Charles area, Vincent White, United States Geological Survey
40. Assessing Louisiana public supply water wells in terms of Ground Water under Direct Influence of Surface Water (GWUDISW), Yuanda Zhu and Johan Forsman, Louisiana Department of Health
41. Morganza Control Structure & the Mississippi River Flood Fight, Tzenge-Huey Shih, David Vossen and Amena Henville, USACE New Orleans District
42. Analysis of Public Supply Water Use in Louisiana_ABSTRACT, Pierre Sargent, USGS
43. THE LOUISIANA WATERSHED INITIATIVE: PREDISASTER PLANNING & WATER MANAGEMENT, William Wicker and Alexandra Carter, Louisiana Watershed Initiative
44. Water quality index in the assessment of the Red Bayou water quality for crop irrigation, Changyoon Jeong and Se-Won Kang, LSU AgCenter, Red River Research Station
45. Xenobiotics Degrade the Resistance and Resilience of Spartina patens to Biomechanical Forces, Lauris Hollis and R. Eugene Turner, Louisiana State University
46. Assessment of trace metal levels along an estuary of petrochemical industrial areas in Southwest Louisiana, Songjie He and Y. Jun Xu, Louisiana State University

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