Image above: Current research in Goldstream Valley on the effects of permafrost on groundwater flow shows that Airborne Electromagnetic surveys can help identify permafrost and point to groundwater flow paths. These datasets can be used to inform state of the art physically based models used to reconstruct current permafrost distribution from historic climate and disturbance regimes. The models can also predict groundwater movement and change into the future..
This presentation will discuss the ins and outs of permafrost mapping with geophysics, and show results from modeling all the geophysics data together (AKA the 3D permafrost map).
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Meeting ID: 472-352-459
Each Friday during the academic year we have seminars where faculty and students present information of interest. It's an excellent opportunity to hear about current research and for students an introduction to the academic exchange of information with peers.We meet in Duckering 531 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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