Mount Presents Research Findings from Everglades Study

Posted on 4/22/2015 4:45:17 PM

Gregory Mount, Department of Geoscience, recently co-authored three research posters presented at the 2015 Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (GEER) Conference. The posters focused on work covering the application of hydrogeophysical techniques to aquifer characterization and carbon cycling in the Everglades.

The Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration Conference provide a valuable forum for scientists and engineers to showcase and communicate the latest scientific developments and to facilitate information exchange that builds shared understanding among federal, state, local, and tribal scientists and decision-makers, academia, nongovernmental organizations, the private sector, and private citizens.

The complete citations for these works are as follows:

  1. Mount, G.J., Comas, X, Wright, W., and McClellan, M. D. Using Ground penetrating radar (GPR) to image spatial variability of porosity in the Miami Limestone. Poster presented at Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (GEER) 2015. Coral Springs, Florida. 21-23 April 2015.
  2. McClellan, M. D., Wright, W., Shahan, T., Sharpe, N., Mount, G.J., Comas, X. Spatial Variability in Biogenic Gas Releases from Subtropical Peat Monoliths is Revealed from High Frequency Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). Poster presented at Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (GEER) 2015. Coral Springs, Florida. 21-23 April 2015.
  3. Wright, W., Mount, G.J., McClellan, M. D., Comas, X., Seasonal biogenic gas dynamics in the Florida Everglades are revealed using hydrogeophysical methods. Poster presented at Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (GEER) 2015. Coral Springs, Florida. 21-23 April 2015.