July 31, 2008

Category: News

The Arizona Hydrological Society (AHS) held its annual conference on September 20–24 in Flagstaff. The title of this year’s symposium was “Changing Waterscapes and Water Ethics for the 21st Century.” Co-hosted by the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG), the event was particularly diverse and relevant. To learn more, visit azhydrosoc.org.

M&A’s Ed McGavock presented a talk entitled, “Desalination of Brackish Groundwater in Arizona.” Ed is a former Assistant District Chief with the USGS Water Resources Divisions in both Arizona and Washington States. During the past 14 years as a consultant with us, he has participated in statewide investigations of brackish groundwater resources, evaluated the potential for carbon dioxide sequestration in northern Arizona, and prepared a “groundwater atlas” detailing critical aspects of the Coconino Sandstone aquifer system of northern Arizona.

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