Several members of the Lautz Hydrology Research Group presented at the Geological Society of America’s Annual Meeting, September 25-28, 2016, in Denver, Colorado. The EMPOWER program was featured at the Syracuse University recruiting booth. Check out the pictures and presentation titles below…
Lautz, LK, *K Christian, GD Hoke, Z Lu, DI Siegel, J Kessler. 2016. Development of empirical models of natural methane occurrence in shallow groundwater overlying the Marcellus shale using machine learning methods.
**Burgess, CS, LK Lautz, *NP Chien, GD Hoke, M Leonte, J Kessler, *KM Christian, DI Siegel, Z Lu. 2016. Temporal pattern of naturally occurring methane levels in domestic water wells, overlying the Marcellus Shale in New York.
*Glas, RL, LK Lautz, JM McKenzie, C Aubry-Wake, *EA Baker, L Somers, BG Mark, O Wigmore. 2016. Using multiple, integrated hydrogeophysical methods to understand groundwater/surface water interactions in glaciated, tropical catchments of the Cordillera Blanca, Peru.
Irvine, DJ, MA Briggs, LK Lautz, JM McKenzie, RP Gordon, I Cartwright, C Scruggs. 2016. Advances in the automation of diurnal signal analysis for streambed properties and vertical water flux.
*Baker, EA, LK Lautz, JM McKenzie, *AM Glose. 2016. How do amplitude and phase shift of diurnal discharge fluctuations affect stream temperature models?
*Chien, NP, LK Lautz. 2016. Validating a multivariate statistical model used to assess if formation brines are the most probable source of high salinity in shallow groundwater.
McCay, DH, LK Lautz, CT Driscoll, TF Kahan, CA Scholz, D Torrance, CE Johnson, CK Junium, DI Siegel, PJ Wilcoxen, P Fiorenza. 2016. Rethinking STEM graduate education for diverse career pathways at the water-energy nexus: Syracuse University’s NSF Research Traineeship Program.