@ Virginia Tech

The Hydrogeosciences Group in the Department of Geosciences at Virginia Tech conducts integrative, cross-disciplinary research on Earth’s water. We use field, computational and laboratory techniques to examine and quantify the flow of groundwater, aquifer mechanics, and the transport of chemicals, heat, and gas in the subsurface. Our goals are to advance understanding of the complex processes that influence water and to provide innovative solutions for enhancing the quantity and quality of Earth’s water and energy resources.

fall 2018 EVENTS

  • Tues October 16: GSA Hydrogeology Division Birdsall Dreiss Lecturer David Boutt coming to VT! David will present a seminar on "Do you know where your catchment ends? The role of inter-basin groundwater flow and hydrogeologic transience in hydrologic processes". Seminar will be 4-5 pm in Derring 4069.
  • Friday November 20: Sarah Evans from Appalachian State University will present a seminar on "Can't Take the Heat: The Hydrogeology of Warming Cold Regions". Seminar will be 4-5 pm in Derring 4069.

recent news

  • September 2018: Congratulations to Wu Hao for publishing her first peer-reviewed journal article in Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology.
  • August 2018: Welcome to new hydro grad students: Josh Benton, Grady Konzon, and Nathan Roethlisberger!
  • August 2018: Brady Ziegler started as an Assistant Professor at Trinity University in San Antonio, TX.
  • July 2018: Sheyla Palomino Ore, recent MS graduate, accepted a position with Amphos 21 in Lima, Peru.
  • July 2018: Alec Gierzynski, recent MS graduate, accepted a geologist position with Fehr Graham in the Chicagoland area.
  • July 2018: Rick Jayne is a winner of TOUGH Symposium Student Paper Award.
  • May 2018: Congratulations to Sheyla Palomino Ore (MS) and Brady Ziegler (PhD) on their graduation from VT!
  • May 2018: Katie Krueger receives research grants from the Virginia Water Resources Research Center, the CUAHSI IDTG, and the Geological Society of America. Congrats, Katie!