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LIVERPOOL

GEOLOGICAL

SOCIETY

160th Session
All indoor meetings at 7.30pm in Lecture Theatre 137 of Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street L3 3AF unless otherwise stated. Campus map of LJMU - please click to get one you can read! The meeting is in the City Campus (1) The building map is here: Go in the main entrance - up to the first floor - and all the way along the corridors towards the James Parsons Tower . At the end of the corridor is the Lecture Theatre.
Hon. Excursions Sec.: Maggie Williams email: williams.maggiee@gmail.com

Refreshments will be served

at the front of the lecture

theatre prior to the lecture.

Speakers’ Sec.: C. Hunt email: chris1972scfc@outlook.com
2019 Feb 26 Dr Patrick Byrne Application of hydrologic tracers and numerical modelling for source apportionment and remediation of mine pollution Patrick Byrne is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography at Liverpool John Moores University. He is a hydrologist and his research interests are centred on understanding the origin, transport and fate of environmental pollutants in terrestrial and aquatic systems. He is particularly interested in the hydrological and biogeochemical processes that affect the transport and transformation of metal pollutants in mining-impacted catchments. Recently, he has been applying hydrologic tracers and numerical modelling to improve spatial coverage and accuracy of mine pollution source apportionment. Mar 12 Dinner (details on the home page) Mar 19 Tom Clifford (Atkins) Quarrying
© Liverpool Geological Society

Liverpool Geological

Society

160 th session
Registered Charity No: 500067
2019 Feb 26 Dr Patrick Byrne Application of hydrologic tracers and numerical modelling for source apportionment and remediation of mine pollution Patrick Byrne is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography at Liverpool John Moores University. He is a hydrologist and his research interests are centred on understanding the origin, transport and fate of environmental pollutants in terrestrial and aquatic systems. He is particularly interested in the hydrological and biogeochemical processes that affect the transport and transformation of metal pollutants in mining- impacted catchments. Recently, he has been applying hydrologic tracers and numerical modelling to improve spatial coverage and accuracy of mine pollution source apportionment. Mar 12 Dinner (details on the home page) Mar 19 Tom Clifford (Atkins) Quarrying