Henry Darcy Lecture 2009 & Isotopes and tracers in hydrology

5 Nov 2009, Amsterdam • Event co-organized by the VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands National Committee IHP-HWRP (UNESCO & WMO), The Netherlands' Chapter of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH), the Netherlands Hydrological Society (NHV) and the US National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation (NGWREF).


Date:   Thursday 5 November 2009

Time:   13.30-18.00 hrs

Venue: VU University Amsterdam, Van der Boechorststraat 7, room A301


acrobat_icon Programme



acrobat_icon Welcome
     – Dr. Vincent Post (VU University, Amsterdam)

acrobat_icon Introduction to environmental isotopes and tracer hydrology, by professor Stefan Uhlenbrook, PhD
     (UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft and VU University, Amsterdam)

acrobat_icon Environmental Tracers in Modern Hydrogeology: Reducing Uncertainty in Ground Water Flow Estimation,
     Henry Darcy Lecture
     – Dr. Peter Cook (CSIRO Land and Water, Adelaide)

acrobat_icon Multitracing of Rhine River water in the coastal dunes of the Western Netherlands
     – Dr. Pieter Stuyfzand (VU University, Amsterdam)

acrobat_icon Degassing of 3H/3He, CFCs and SF6 by denitrification in the Netherlands
     – Dr. Ate Visser (Deltares)


acrobat_icon Report by Michael van der Valk