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Welcome to the Hydro Group

The Hydro group is part of the Geological Sciences Department at the University of Delaware. In our group, we do a combination of field work, lab studies, and numerical modeling to study groundwater flow processes and solute transport.

We are particularly interested in:

  • Coastal groundwater dynamics
  • Submarine groundwater discharge and associated chemical fluxes
  • Groundwater-surface water interaction
  • Groundwater flow and solute transport modeling
  • Water supply sustainability in developing countries
  • Geostatistical modeling of subsurface heterogeneity
  • Hydro-economics

We have field sites all over the world – from Delaware to Southern Asia:

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