Hydrogeology 1
Hydrogeology 2

ABOUT THE COURSE

The main objectives of this 3-day course are to understand the following topics:

  • General hydrogeology and geochemistry and its impact on both societal and geologically relevant processes. Examples of water supply, groundwater pollution, toxic waste disposal, geothermal resources, fluid induced earthquakes, subsidence, origin of evaporites and origin of dolomite

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Understanding and evaluation of sustainable groundwater resource evaluation, geologic hazards, natural resources and environmental issues related to hydrogeology.

How the geochemistry and hydrogeology in combination explain the origin of evaporites, sabkha deposits, and dolomite

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This is a very attractive practical course for E&P staff with introductory background in Geochemistry. Engineers and Specialists working in the HSE department of Oil Companies. Specialists of water resources management. Environment management Specialists. Engineers and Specialists of government organizations in charge of water resources management.

OUTLINE

  • Day one program:
  • General hydrogeology and fluid flow
  • Recharge/discharge
  • Regional scale flow
  • Subsea hydrogeology
  • General geochemistry
  • Toxic waste disposal
  • Geothermal resources
  • Day three program:
  • Earthquakes and fluid injection
  • Subsidence
  • Origin of “closed” basin evaporites
  • Origin of sabkha evaporites
  • Origin of dolomite

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Warren W. Wood Ph.D. is an internationally known Geochemist / Hydrologist and he is currently a visiting Research Professor of Hydrogeology in Michigan State University; a visiting Christensen Fellow, St. Catherine’s College, Univ. of Oxford, UK; Adjunct Professor — King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals; and a Scientist Emeritus U. S. Geological Survey.  Dr. Wood has conducted numerous researches and applied consulting projects in hydrogeology in many parts of the world including the USA, South Africa, Australia, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, and Qatar.