Bryan Heyer

M.S. Student
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Summary

Advisor: J.F. Devlin

Education

Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia

Research

M.S. Research: Adaptation and Field Testing of an In-well Point Velocity Probe for Use in Fractured Rock

Research Interests

  • Direct measurement of groundwater velocity
  • Measurement of groundwater flux in fractured media

Selected Presentations

“Application of the In-Well Point Velocity Probe (IWPVP) in Fractured Media” Geological Society of America 2019 Conference, September 22-25

Selected Awards & Honors

Patterson Scholarship Recipient, Frederick T. Holden Award

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