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Henry Darcy Distinguished Lecture Series Play

To foster interest and excellence in groundwater science and technology, the Henry Darcy Distinguished Lecture Series in Ground Water Science was established in 1986. The series — which has reached more than 70,000 groundwater students, faculty members, and professionals — honors Henry Darcy of France for his 1856 investigations that established the physical basis upon which groundwater hydrogeology has been studied ever since.

2000 Henry Darcy Lecture Series - M. James Hendry Play

M. James Hendry, Ph.D., of the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan, Canada, was the lecturer in 2000.

His presentation, "Transport and Geochemical Controls on Solutes in Clay Aquitards," covered physical, hydrogeologic, chemical, isotopic, and biological information from aquitard systems.

2006 Henry Darcy Lecture Series - Eileen Poeter Play

Eileen Poeter, Ph.D., the 2006 Darcy lecturer, is a professor of geological engineering at the Colorado School of Mines and director of the International Ground Water Modeling Center. Before entering academia, she worked for Golder Associates in the early 1980s and has continued to consult throughout her academic career.
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