ACG In Austin on 1/10/18: Dr. Bridget Scanlon, Sr. Research Scientist, Bureau of Economic Geology, UT Austin

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ACG Lunch on 1/10/18

Event Details

When:

January 10, 2018 11:30 AM - 1 PM

Cost:
$35 - $65
Where:
Location Name
Westwood Country Club (3808 West 35th Street, Austin TX 78703)

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Overview

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Online registration is now open and the RSVP deadline is Friday, January 5th.  ACG Member price: 35./Non-ACG Member price: 65. until the RSVP deadline.  Prices increase 10 each after the RSVP deadline.
 
 
*NOTE: This event will be held at @ Westwood Country Club (3808 West 35th Street, Austin TX 78703). Parking will be available free in the Club's lot.

Your registration for this event acts as an audio/video release and includes your permission for ACG Central Texas to use your image and comments captured on audio, video or photographic formats while attending the event for marketing and promotional purposes. For further information please contact: Sara Singer - ACG Central Texas Chapter Executive @ acgcentraltexas@acg.org or 512-970-0417.

Cancellation Policy – Cancellations received in writing to acgcentraltexas@acg.org by 5pm, Jan. 9th will receive a full refund. There are no refunds for cancellations received after 5pm on Jan. 9th. If you are an ACG Member unable to attend, you can transfer your registration to another person for this same event. If the person attending in your place is not an ACG Member, they will need to pay an additional fee to bring them up to the non-member rate to attend.

Speakers

Dr. Bridget Scanlon

Bureau of Economic Geology, UT Austin
Senior Research Scientist

Bridget Scanlon is a Senior Research Scientist at the Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, Univ. of Texas at Austin. Her research focuses primarily on hydrogeology, with an emphasis on groundwater resources using remote sensing (GRACE satellites); modeling; and, field studies. Her recent research evaluates the interdependence of water and energy for power generation in Texas and also water use in hydraulic fracturing for shale oil and gas development.

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Central Texas