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Geoscientists Without Borders®

Special Session 3

Tuesday, 28 September 2021, 1:20 p.m.–5:20 p.m.  |  Denver, Colorado

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A summary of Geoscientists Without Borders® activities and plans will be followed by presentations from recent projects in Mexico, Nepal, Myanmar, India, Kenya, and Poland.

  • Robert Merrill
  • Cengiz Esmersoy
  • Geoscientists Without Borders® (GWB) activities and the road ahead: Robert Merrill*, Catheart Energy, Inc.; Cengiz Esmersoy, Consultant
  • Hydrometeorologic and geologic hazards at Pico de Orizaba volcano, Mexico: Katrin Sieron, Centro de Ciencias de la Tierra, Universidad Veracruzana; Blake P. Weissling, Geosciences, UTSA; Marco Aurelio Morales Martínez, Centro de Ciencias de la Tierra, Universidad Veracruzana; Francisco Córdoba Montiel, Centro de Ciencias de la Tierra, Universidad Veracruzana; Sergio Teran, Geosciences, UTSA
  • Understanding high mountain aquifers to source drinking water in the Sagarmatha National Park: Geoscientists Without Borders®: Kirsten Nicholson*, Klaus Neumann, Joshua Gruver, Steven Hall, Misa Nishikawa, Smrita Acharya, and Emily Hayes, Ball State University; Subodh Sharma, Kathmandu University; Lakpa Thering Sherpa, Lukla Drinking Water & Sanitation Development Project
  • Earthquake hazard contributions from the Myanmar Universities Seismic Experiment (MUSE): Installing a dense seismic array in Yangon during COVID-19: Patricia Persaud, Rasheed Ajala, Ritu Ghose, and Justin Kain, Louisiana State University; Myo Thant, Zaw Lin Kyaw, and Khin Khin Win, University of Yangon; Tin Myint Oo, Department of Applied Geology, Yangon; Zin Myo Win, Pyae Phyo Lwin, Aye Chit Min, Thiha Thiha, Thet Naing Oo, Thinzar Yadanar, Min Khant, and Phyo Paing Than, University of Yangon
  • Exploring for low-fluoride groundwater in alluvial-connected aquifers using ERT and SRT at the Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya: Landon Woods*, Paul Bauman, Erin Ernst, and Colin Miazga, BGC Engineering Inc; Gabriel Fabreau, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary; Annalee Coakley, Department of Family Medicine, University of Calgary
  • Geophysical investigation of the Mila 18 resistance bunker in Warsaw, Poland: Colin Miazga*, Paul Bauman, Alastair McClymont, and Chris Slater, BGC Engineering; Richard Freund, Christopher Newport University


Geoscientists Without Borders®
Colorado Convention Center
700 14th St
Denver, Colorado 80202
United States

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