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Blog tagged as hydrology

New Contaminants Call for New Treatment Technologies
Oxidation by electrochemistry can treat PFAS-laden waters without creating a secondary waste stream. Traditionally, other water treatment methods only remove PFAS constituents and concentrate them into a waste stream that must then be disposed.
08/30/2022 10:08 AM - Comment(s)
What is Natural Attenuation?
In the field of science which includes soil pollution, natural attenuation applies to nature’s ability to reduce the toxicity, mobility, volume or concentration of contaminants in water and soil.
07/22/2022 3:25 PM - Comment(s)
Can hydrology address water crisis issues? 
It requires us to have an understanding of how surface waters interact with groundwater, climate effects over time, permitting processes, state/federal/local regulations, and our own willingness to be a part of the solution.
04/28/2022 12:18 PM - Comment(s)
Plan or perish: Integrated long-term water supply modeling for El Paso, Texas
Abstract from my talk at the American Water Works Association Conference
02/11/2022 11:13 AM - Comment(s)
States developing new approach to find PFAS sources
Rather than attempting to find sources of PFAS (polluters) via large sampling programs of stormwater effluent, some states are requesting, requiring, or ordering local wastewater treatment plants to provide PFAS concentration data.
02/08/2022 10:47 AM - Comment(s)
What is the difference between a hydrologist and a hydrogeologist?
While the training for hydrology and hydrogeology are completely different, in practice every hydrologist will do some level of hydrogeology and vice versa.
01/26/2022 6:07 PM - Comment(s)