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AGU Hydrogeophysics Technical Committee 

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Executive Committee

Chair: Qifei Niu, Boise State University, qifeiniu@boisestate.edu

Deputy Chair: Brady Flinchum, Clemson University, bflinch@clemson.edu 

AGU Hydrogeophysics is part of the AGU Hydrology Section.

Hydrogeophysics involves the use of geophysical measurements for estimating parameters and monitoring processes that are important to hydrological studies, such as those associated with water resources, contaminant transport, ecological and climate investigations. Improved characterization and monitoring using hydrogeophysical techniques can lead to improved management of our natural resources, understanding of natural systems, and remediation of contaminants. The Hydrogeophysics Technical Committee was developed to organize and direct hydrogeophysical activities at AGU meetings, and to interface with other professional organizations that focus on the use of geophysics for other near-surface investigations.

Hydrogeophysics Committee meetings during the Fall AGU are open to everyone interested in being involved.
The Committee is appointed by the president of the Hydrology section.

Useful Links
Below are links to near-surface and environmental geophysics professional organizations whose missions are well aligned with those of AGU Hydrogeophysics:

Near-Surface Geophysics of SEG (Society of Exploration Geophysicists)
Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS)
European Geosciences Union (EGU)
European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE)
Near surface geophysics section of AGU

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