David W. Hyndman
Our research explores the physical and chemical processes that influence groundwater flow and solute transport, and the factors that affect seismic and electromagnetic wave propagation. We combine multiple independent geophysical and hydrologic datasets through three-dimensional numerical simulations to estimate aquifer properties with high resolution. The influence of these properties on groundwater flow, solute transport, and bioremediation of organic contaminants is also an active area of research in our group. We also explore the influence of climate and land use changes on the flux of water and solutes through regional watersheds, and the influence of these factors on ecological health.
Meerschaert, M. M., M. Dogan, R. L. Van Dam, D. W. Hyndman, and D. A. Benson, 2013, Hydraulic conductivity fields: Gaussian or not?, Water Resour. Res., 49, 4730–4737, doi:10.1002/wrcr.20376.
Ray, D. K., B. Pijanowski, A. D. Kendall, and D.W. Hyndman, 2012, Coupling land use and groundwater models to map land use legacies: Assessment of model uncertainties relevant to land use planning, Applied Geography, 34, 356-370.
Bohling, G. C., G. Liu, S. J. Knobbe, E. C. Reboulet, D.W. Hyndman, P. Dietrich, and J. J. Butler Jr., 2012, Geostatistical analysis of centimeter-scale hydraulic conductivity variations at the MADE site, Water Resources Research, 48, W02525, doi:10.1029/2011WR010791.
Martin, S.L., D.B. Hayes, D.T. Rutledge, and D.W. Hyndman, 2011, The land-use legacy effect: Adding temporal context to lake chemistry. Limnology and Oceanography 56(6) 2362-2370.
Dogan, M, Van Dam, RL, Bohling, GC, Butler, JJ, Jr., Hyndman, DW, 2011, Hydrostratigraphic analysis of the MADE site with full-resolution GPR and direct-push hydraulic profiling, Geophysical Research Letters, 38, L06405, doi:10.1029/2010GL046439.