USGS Hydrologist to Give Public Lecture on the Role of Groundwater on Heat Flow in the Columbia Basin

Erick Burns, a USGS hydrologist at the Oregon Water Science Center in Portland, is in the final stages of publishing the results of modeling groundwater and heat flow in the Columbia Basin. He’s graciously agreed to come to Olympia to give a presentation about the results of the work. All are welcome. Anyone interested in geothermal or groundwater resources in the Columbia Basin, GIS, or modeling is especially encouraged to attend. 

Click for Burns abstract.

The presentation will be Monday, Nov. 18, at 2:00 pm in Rm. 172 of the Natural Resource Building. Visitor parking is on the north side of the building, accessible via Washington St.