Chemical hydrogeology

@ Virginia Tech


The Chemical Hydrogeology Group in the Department of Geosciences at Virginia Tech conducts integrative, cross-disciplinary research on solutes in Earth’s water. We use field, computational and laboratory techniques to examine and quantify the the transport of chemicals in surface- and groundwater Our goals are to advance understanding of the complex processes that influence water quality and to provide innovative solutions for improving the quality of Earth’s water resources.

FALl 2022 EVENTS

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recent news

2022

  • Congratulations to Cissy Ming for research awards from the Geological Soceity of America, the American Geosciences Institute and the Virginia Water Resources Research Center!

  • Congratulations to Cecelia Wood for research award from the Geological Society of America!

2021

  • Welcome to new graduate students Cissy Ming and Cecelia Wood!

  • Congratulations to Nigel Groce-Wright on his successful MS defense (June 2021)! Nigel is a hydrogeologist for GHD in Richmond VA.

  • Congratulations to Katie Krueger for her new position at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Colorado!

2020

  • Congratulations to Josh Benton for his successful MS defense (May 2020)!. Josh works for the North Carolina Geologic Survey.

  • Congratulations to Nick Hammond for his research award from the Geological Soceity of America!