Learn about potential solutions to issues affecting the U.S. Great Plains aquifer system — which represents a microcosm of all the challenges facing water allocation and land management today — during this two-day conference that seeks to prepare and assist diverse communities in planning for the great unknowns to sustain the aquifer system for the longest period of time.
Negative impacts to the Great Plains aquifer system have affected the domestic and international food supply and will continue to do so. The huge variations in the system’s saturated thickness create challenges that affect the agricultural and domestic water supply. Water managers and policymakers must constantly question if the periods of record are truly reflective of current conditions. Too often the research focuses on doing more with less instead of accurately valuing the water being conserved in context of how it is used. Questions to be addressed include:
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presented by Ann S. Bleed, Ph.D., PE, Adjunct Professor, School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
presented by Marvin F. Glotfelty, RG
Glotfelty, cofounder and principal hydrogelogist with Clear Creek Associates, a groundwater consulting firm, has participated in almost every aspect of the hydrogeologic sciences including recharge projects, water supply studies, water rights issues, groundwater quality, well installation programs, and well rehabilitation projects. He has also given more than 60 presentations on hydrogeologic and water well topics.Read more about the lecture and lecturer. (The McEllhiney Lecture Series is made possible by a grant from Franklin Electric Co.)
This program has been submitted for 13 hours of credit to the Nebraska Water Well Standards and Contractors Licensing board for CEUs applicable to a Nebraska license. Other entities may recognize this conference to fulfill continuing education requirements.
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