Oklahoma Water Resources Center

2009: Understanding Oklahoma Water

 

Sessions & Abstracts

 

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  • Session 1: Updates and New Developments
    • Development of a Model for Evaluating Future Supply Needs of Rural Water Districts and Small Communities by Dee Ann Sanders, Civil & Environmental Engineering, OSU  Abstract
    • Arkansas River Low Water Dams by Gaylon Pinc, Program Management Group  Abstract
    • Bioretention Cells/LID Project in Grove, OK by Glenn Brown  Abstract
    • Using Geologic Data and GIS to Make Base of Treatable Water Maps that Protect Fresh Water Aquifers by Charles Lord, Oklahoma Corporation Commission  Abstract
    • 3-D Booth Introduction by Tim Sickbert, Boone Pickens School of Geology, OSU
  • Session 2: Garber-Wellington Aquifer in Central Oklahoma
    • Using Outcrops to Describe Aquifer Properties: A Garber-Wellington Example by Stan Paxton, USGS  Abstract
    • Water Levels in the Garber-Wellington (Central Oklahoma) Aquifer, 1986-87 to 2009 by Shana Mashburn, USGS  Abstract
    • Removing Arsenic from the Garber-Wellington Aquifer with Granular Ferric Oxide by Mary Elizabeth Mach, Garver Engineers  Abstract
    • Potential for Arsenic Remediation by Well Modification, Norman, Oklahoma, 2003-2006 by Jerrod Smith, USGS  Abstract
  • Session 3: Surface Water
    • Volunteers and Their Data: What We Know About Blue Thumb Streams by Jean Lemmon, Oklahoma Conservation Commission  Abstract
    • Assessment of Environmental Flows in OK by Don Turton, NREM, OSU
    • Changes in Selected Metals Concentrations from the Mid-1980s to the Mid-2000s in a Stream Draining the Picher Mining District of Oklahoma by William Andrews, USGS  Abstract
    • Concentrations of Selected Metals in Bottom Sediments from Grand Lake o' the Cherokees, Oklahoma by Mark Becker, USGS  Abstract
  • Session 4: Evaporation, ET, and Soil Water
    • Quantifying Evapotranspiration Across Varying Seasonal and Within-Season Climatic Signals Across Oklahoma by Jeffrey Basara, OK Climatological Survey  Abstract
    • Oklahoma's White Water by Tyson Ochsner, Plant & Soil Sciences, OSU  Abstract
    • Remote Sensing of Evapotranspiration by Yang Hong/Baxter Vieux, Civil Engineering & Environmental Science, OU  Abstract
    • Soil Water in Oklahoma No-Till by Jason Warren, Plant & Soil Sciences, OSU  Abstract
  • Session 5: Field Techniques in Water Research
    • Using Helicopter Electro-Magnetic Survey Maps and Cross-sections and Aerial Photos to Locate and Differentiate Salinity Pollution Sources by Patricia Billingsley, OK Corporation Commission  Abstract
    • Three-Dimensional Electrical Resistivity Imaging in the El Reno Well Field, Canadian County, Oklahoma by John Harrington, Association of Central OK Governments  Abstract
    • Implementation Monitoring: Use of Automated Samplers to Effectively Document Water Quality Improvements by Brooks Tramell, OK Conservation Commission  Abstract
    • Climate Impacts on Sediment Production at Fort Cobb Reservoir by Jurgen Garbrecht, USDA  Abstract
  • Session 6: Monitoring and Modeling Nutrient Transport Processes 
    • Distributing Phosphorus Load for a TMDL by Mke Smolen  Abstract
    • Estimates of Nutrient Concentrations in the Eucha-Spavinaw Basin using Real-Time Continuous Water Quality Monitoring by Rachel Esralew, USGS  Abstract
    • Subsurface Transport of Phosphorus in Alluvial Floodplains by Garey Fox, Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering, OSU  Abstract
    • Demonstrating Success: Oklahoma's Beaty Creek Watershed Implementation Project by Greg Kloxin, OK Conservation Commission  Abstract
       

 

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