2001 - Normal, Illinois

April 22, 2001
35th Annual Meeting North-Central Section Geological Society of America Normal, Illinois

Introduction-Developing large diverse data sets, and constructing three-dimensional geologic and groundwater models.
Berg, Richard C. and Thorleifson, L. Harvey

Hydrogeologic inventory of the upper Illinois river Basin - Creating a large data base from well construction records
Arnold, T.L., M.J. Friedel, and K.L. Warner
Abstract (109KB) Presentation (1.21 MB)

Developing the database for 3-D modeling: acquiring, assembling, verifying, assessing, interpreting, and integrating source data
Barnhardt, Michael L., Ardith K. Hansel,and Andrew J. Stumpf
Abstract (23 KB) Presentation (20.73 MB)

Geological model for groundwater flow studies, greater Ottawa, Canada
Belanger, J. Robert
Abstract (2.52 MB) Presentation (195 MB)

Regional groundwater mapping and model
Boyd, Dwight, Steve Holysh, and Jeff Pitcher
Abstract(1.2 MB) Presentation(10.2 MB)

Estimating parameters for a complex regional 3D groundwater flow model in southeastern Wisconsin
Eaton, Timothy T., Daniel T. Feinstein, Kenneth R. Bradbury, and James T. Krohelski
Abstract (1.38 MB)

A strategy to evaluate soil suitability in the prairie landscape for application of manure
Eilers, Robert G.
Abstract (25.0 KB)

Lithostratigraphy and hydrostatrigraphy of the Alexandria moraine, Otter Tail County area, west-central Minnesota
Harris, Kenneth L. and James A. Berg
Abstract (918 KB) Presentation (22.8 MB)

A Method for Addressing Variable Data Quality and Clustered Data
Keefer, D.A. and D.R. Larson
Abstract (27KB) Presentation (564KB)

Geological control in 3D stratigraphic modeling, Oak Ridges Moraine, southern Ontario
Logan, C., H.J. Russell, and D.R. Sharpe
Abstract (7.93 MB) Presentation (9.85 MB)

Shallow subsurface geological mapping applied to groundwater resource management is Saskatchewan
Maathuis, Harm
Abstract (24.5 KB) Presentation (2.81 MB)

Construction of a stack-unit map to predict pathways of subsurface contaminants within the A/M Area of the Savannah River Site, SC
Rine, James M., John M. Shafer, Elzbieta Covington, and Richard C. Berg
Abstract (24.5 KB)

On the construction of 3D geological models for applications in regional hydrogeology in complex Quaternary terrains of eastern Canada
Ross, M., M. Parent, Y Michaud, E. Boisvert, and F. Girard
Abstract (175 KB) Presentation (11.6 MB)

Not without sedimentology: Guiding groundwater studies in the Oak Ridges Moraine, southern Ontario
Russell, H.A.J, D.R. Sharpe, C. Logan, and T.A. Brennand
Abstract (3.67 KB)

Groundwater modeling: End-user needs from geologic characterization
Shafer, John M.
Abstract (23.5 KB)

Regional hydrogeology, modelsl and land use planning, Oak Ridges Moraine, southern Ontario
Sharpe, M.J, Hinton, H.A.R. Russel and C. Logan
Abstract (3.90 MB)

A method for three-dimensional mapping, merging geologic interpretation, and GIS computation
Soller, David R. and Richard C. Berg
Abstract (154 KB)

Three-dimensional models of shallow aquifer systems derived from interpolation of lithologic descriptions in water well logs; Lake Rim area, northwest Indiana
Spindler, K.M., T. Kim, and G.A. Olyphant
Abstract (21.5 KB) Presentation (3.66 MB)

Construction of a geological model of the Winnipeg region for groundwater modeling
Thorleifson, L.H., G.L.D. Matile, D.M. Pyne and G.R. Keller
Abstract (1.44 MB) Presentation (5.38 KB)

Mapping buried glacial deposits in Washington County, Minnesota-Applications to hydrogeologic characterization of glacial terrains
Tipping, Robert G. and Gary N. Meyer
Abstract (381 KB) Presentation (47.69 MB)

The Seattle-area geologic mapping project and the geologic framework of Seattle
Troost, K.G., D.B. Booth, S.A. Shimel, and M.A. O'Neal
Abstract (1.06 MB)

The use of geologic models for groundwater modeling in radioactive waste disposal programs
Walker, Douglas D.
Abstract (20.5 KB)