SwRI will be exhibiting at the Texas Groundwater Summit, Booth No. 20.
SwRI’s geoscientists develop noninvasive numerical models to characterize subsurface and groundwater geological environments for total water resource management strategies. Our clients include government agencies, groundwater districts, and commercial clients. We provide comprehensive water resource management and analysis services related to hydrology, water supply, drinking water, permitting of wells, and water chemistry.
Wednesday, Sept. 1
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Breakout Track B
"Application of a Geochemical Framework to Characterize Complex Aquifer Recharge Discharge Relations (San Solomon Springs)," Rebecca Nunu
Effective water management requires that source areas to springs be characterized well enough to assess impacts on flow from changes in recharge and groundwater withdrawals. Geochemical signatures of groundwater can be used as indicators of different components of flow to springs and can be especially useful for characterizing different sources that contribute to multi-outlet spring systems. A geochemical framework is applied to San Solomon Springs in Trans-Pecos Texas to investigate the hydraulic relationships among the individual springs of this multi-outlet spring system.
For more information, please contact Rebecca Nunu.