Courtesy Faculty

Current and Pending (Non-KU personnel, click on names for additional information)

Person
(alphabetically)
Affiliation
(with university)
Interests
Dr. Geoff Bohling Kansas Geological Survey Groundwater modeling, hydraulic tomography, statistical modeling and data analysis, petrophysical data analysis
Dr. Andrea Brookfield Kansas Geological Survey Groundwater modeling, regional hydrogeology, transport modeling, integrated surface-subsurface modeling
Dr. Jim Butler Kansas Geological Survey Groundwater hydrology, well hydraulics, riparian zone hydrology, aquifer characterization, development of direct push tools
Dr. Gaisheng Liu Kansas Geological Survey High-resolution field characterization of hydraulic conductivity, fiber optic distributed temperature sensing (DTS), aquifer storage and recovery
Dr. Don Whittemore Kansas Geological Survey Groundwater geochemistry, Kansas hydrogeology, contaminants in groundwater



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