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Subsurface Biogeochemical Research Program

Performance Measures and Milestones: FY2009

GPRA Goal/Annual Target SC GG 3.1/2.48.1
Test geophysical techniques that measure parameters controlling contaminant movement under field conditions in at least two distinct subsurface environments.
1st Quarter Measures Provide a report to describe how geophysical data can be used to quantify subsurface architecture that influences flow.
1st Quarter Results Click here for PDF
Program Contact: Susan Hubbard
2nd Quarter Measures Provide a report to describe how geophysical data can be used to estimate properties that control flow and transport.
2nd Quarter Results Click here for PDF
Program Contact: Susan Hubbard
3rd Quarter Measures Provide a report outlining how time-lapse geophysical methods can be used to monitor subsurface hydrobiogeochemical processes associated with natural or engineered perturbations.
3rd Quarter Results Click here for PDF
Program Contact: Susan Hubbard
4th Quarter Measures Provide a report describing how geophysical data can be used to improve the numerical representation of hydrobiogeochemical processes within predictive subsurface models.
4th Quarter Results Click here for PDF
Program Contact: Susan Hubbard
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