Tuesday, May 1, 2007 : 10:20 a.m.
Isotope and Aqueous Chemistry Investigation of Ground Water, Pajarito Plateau and Surrounding Areas, New Mexico
Patrick Longmire, Ph.D., Los Alamos National Laboratory Dr. Patrick Longmire is an aqueous geochemist at Los Alamos National Laboratory specializing in the fate and transport of radionuclides and inorganic contaminants in ground-water systems. Patrick has been investigating the use of permeable reactive barrier technology to remediate ground water contaminated with perchlorate, nitrate, metals, and radionuclides. Dr. Longmire has 30 years of experience in the field of aqueous environmental geochemistry. Patrick has been teaching short courses on ground water geochemistry for NGWA since 1986.
Michael Dale, New Mexico Environment Department, DOE Oversight Bureau Michael Dale is a hydrogeologist with the New Mexico Environment Department. Michael conducts hydrogeochemical investigations including measuring naturally-occurring perchlorate and delineating ground-water flow paths using isotopic and chemical tracers. Michael has 13 years experience in the fields of hydrochemistry and hydrogeology.
Kim Granzow, New Mexico Environment Department, DOE Oversight Bureau Kim Granzow is an environmental scientist/geologist with the New Mexico Environment Department. Kim specializes in environmental monitoring for naturally occurring and anthropogenic contaminants such as perchlorate and plutonium, and utilizes Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in hydro-contaminant investigations. Kim has 11 years of experience in the field of geology and five years experience in GIS.
Robert Gray, Daniel B. Stephens & Associates Inc. Robert Gray is a senior hydrogeologist with Daniel B. Stephens & Associates and specializes in ground-water flow modeling and conducts field investigations in surface and ground-water hydrology. Mr Gray has 10 years of experience in hydrology.
The 2007 Ground Water Summit