Hydrogeophysics 2016 Workshop an interdisciplinary success!

Organized by Rutgers and based at both Shale Hills and Garner Run catenas, the 2016 Hydrogeophysics Workshop took place on June 23rd and 24th.  More than 25 students and faculty from Rutgers, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Dickinson College, and Penn State gathered to learn how to run a hydrogeophysical field campaign using multiple gephysical tools in the same field locations to elucidate subsurface observations.  Of specific interest this year, collecting overlapping transects of seismic refraction, GPR, and resistivity along the Garner Run valley floor. 

Discussions led by Dr. Jorden Hayes, Dickinson College, on equipment and use. 

 

Perri Silverhart, 2016 REU, carrying the cables. 

Discussions led by Dr. Jorden Hayes, Dickinson College, on equipment and use. 

Perri Silverhart, 2016 REU, carrying the cables. 


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