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Science & Engineering Forum

The Groundwater Summit is now part of Groundwater Week! Don’t delay in making your plans to attend the Science & Engineering Forum at Groundwater Week in Las Vegas, December 6-8, 2022. While we put the finishing touches on the program schedule before we post it, follows is a sneak peek at just some of the offerings that will be taking place.

Session topics include —

  • Geophysical techniques and applications
  • Groundwater data management
  • Groundwater management and governance
  • Groundwater modeling
  • Groundwater monitoring
  • Groundwater remediation
  • Groundwater quality and sustainability
  • Managed aquifer recharge Southwestern U.S. hydrogeology

Extended learning sessions —

  • Applied Geophysics for Managed Aquifer Recharge Projects
  • Artificial Intelligence and Decision-Making Optimization for Managing Complex Groundwater Problems
  • ASR Generation During the Injection Cycle for Energy Saving During Recovery
  • Assessing Private Well Vulnerability — A Tool and Guide to Support Private Well Investigations
  • City of Phoenix ASR Well #302: Recharge, Well Rehabilitation, Bench-Scale Testing, and Lessons Learned
  • Fundamentals of Groundwater Hydrogeology and Applied Hydrologic Methods for Karst Environments
  • Geology Best Practices: Conceptual Site Model Development for Site Characterization and Remediation
  • PFAS Remediation Technologies — An Update to Hydrocarbon Sites

And more —

  • Effective Application of Multiple ITRC Guidance Documents (four-hour workshop)
  • Experiences in Water Well Drilling in Developing Countries — And How You Can Help (panel discussion)

Continuing education credit

While NGWA seeks recognition of Groundwater Week education sessions for states’ various continuing education credit requirements, each state is free to determine the specific sessions that are approved and how much credit will be awarded. Once the education sessions for Groundwater Week are scheduled, the information will be sent to the states seeking said recognition. When we hear back from them, that information will be posted here as a resource to help those planning to seek state credit; however, if your state has adopted continuing education requirements, you are ultimately responsible for being aware of what those specific requirements are and the completion of those requirements including the reporting format, where applicable.