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2019-11-14 07:32 Image: Adam HartDavis, 2006 Groundwater Aquifer Testing and Modeling: Tools to Help Understand How to Manage Water Resources Thomas Harter, University of California, Davis

Provided by Thomas Harter, UC Davis 3 Jim Wilson The New York Times Jim Wilson The New York Times thomas harter uc davis Nitrate in drinking water raises health concerns for rural Californians. By. Kat Kerlin

In 1995, he joined the faculty at the Department of Land, Air, and Water Resources, University of California, Davis. Harter is in charge of the University of California Cooperative Extension Groundwater Hydrology Program. thomas harter uc davis

The Shed's Jay Lund, Thomas Harter and Helen Dahlke are scheduled to present the California story at the global Water for Food Security conference, Oct. 56, which will bring together policymakers, researchers, industry leaders and investors at the UC Davis Conference Center. Degrees: B. S. Physical Geography, Hydrology, Physics, Botany Universitat Freiburg, Germany M. S. Physical Geology and Soil Science At UC Davis, he is the Assistant Transportation Director for Picnic Day, a member of Theta Tau, a professional engineering fraternity, and active in other activities on campus. In our group, he is currently working on a large project collecting and analzying data to better understand nitrogen fluxes in thomas harter uc davis A nice guy, but hopefully with time the clarity of his teaching, the coordination between lectures and the reading, the confusing homework, and his knowledge of course material will improve. Provided by Thomas Harter, UC Davis 11 Well Near a Stream Well Near a Stream Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems UC SAREP About Program History; UC Agriculture and Natural Resources; What is sustainable agriculture; Past work Biologically integrated farming systems; Conferences; Newsletters; Organic Farming Research and Information; UC SAREP Grants archive; Research Initiatives Agriculture, Resources, and the Environment Thomas Harter received a B. S. in hydrology from the University of Freiburg, Germany and a M. S. in hydrology from the University of Stuttgart, Germany. He received his Ph. D. in hydrology (with emphasis on subsurface hydrology) at the University of Arizona, where he became the 1991 Harshbarger fellow



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