September 21, 2012 | Posted by Michael "Aquadoc" Campana
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All groundwater, all the time! For five days, anyway.
I am just about a few hours from leaving Niagara Falls, Ontario, after spending five days at an exceptional conference organized by the Canadian National Chapter of the IAH. The Organizing Committee did an incredible job, not just with the logistics, but with the technical content – superb is the word that comes to mind. I cannot remember a groundwater conference this large (c. 900) and this good.
Yesterday we had John Cherry for the morning plenary and R. Allan Freeze for the luncheon speaker. I’ll report on their talks in a few days at WaterWired.
Click here to access the summary (in the form of Twitter links).
“In those days, it was easy to become an expert – you just had to know more than nothing.” — John Cherry, referring to the ‘early days’ of radioactive waste disposal
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