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Todd Halihan's Research

 Halihan

TODD HALIHAN

Hydrogeology of Fractured and Karstic Aquifers, Hydrogeophyics
Professor

Office:      203E Noble Research Center
Phone:    1.405.744.9248
Fax:         1.405.744.7841
Email:       todd.halihan@okstate.edu
Ph.D.        2000 Geology, University of Texas
M.S.         1996 Geology, University of Missouri-Columbia
B.S.          1992 Physics, Monmouth College
P.Gp        California
Professional Driller  - Oklahoma
Divemaster, PADI 
   

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My research focuses on characterizing complicated hydrogeology in fracture, karstic or contaminated sites.  I utilize physical hydrogeologic methods and electrical geophysical techniques to solve fluid flow and transport problems.

Research Program
Current research projects include evaluation of discharge mechanisms in the Great Artesian Basin, South Australia, and NAPL evaluation projects across the U.S.

Recent Funded Projects
1.    Halihan, T., High Resolution Electrical Resistivity Imaging of Laboratory Experiments Investigating Hydrocarbon Sheens, Colorado State University, subcontract for Chevron project (2012).
2.    Halihan, T., EPA Geophysical Techniques Workshop for Shallow Ground Water, Lead Instructor, $25,000 (2011).
3.    Fox, G., B. Haggard, T. Halihan, P. Hays, C. Penn, A. Sharpley, D. Storm, Scale Dependent Phosphorus Leaching in Alluvial Floodplains, U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Research National Competitive Grant Program (2010).
4.    Love, A., and T. Halihan, as part of larger project, Allocating Water and Maintaining Springs in the Great Artesian Basin, Australia, Australian National Water Commission (2009).
5.    Halihan, T., Cyril Refinery Geophysical Research, Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (2008).
6.    Halihan, T. and Y. Leventeli, Arbuckle-Simpson Recharge Evaluation, US. Dept of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation (2008).
7.    Cemen, I., R.A. Young, and T. Halihan, Determination of Fracture Density in the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer, Oklahoma Water Resource Research Institute (2007).
8.    Comfort, S., Zlotnik, V., and T. Halihan, Using Electrical Resistivity Imaging to Evaluate Permanganate Performance during an In Situ Treatment of a RDX-Contaminated Aquifer, Environmental Security Technology Certification Program,   Department of Defense (2006).
9.    Halihan, T., and J. Puckette, Hydrogeologic Study of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer, Oklahoma Water Resources Board (2006).
10.   Atekwana, E.A., Cemen, I., and T. Halihan, Acquisition of electromagnetic and resistivity/IP imaging systems for neotectonics, hydrogeology, and biogeophysics research, National Science Foundation (2006).
11.   Dorsey, N., Ross, R., Halihan, T., and P. Billingsley, Brine Contaminated Ground Water Resistivity/Conductivity Investigation Test, 2007 Region 6 RARE Program (2006).
12.   Halihan, T., Assessment of oil field activities, non-point source pollution and water quality in the Spring Creek Watershed and the city of Edmond municipal well field, Ground Water Protection Council (2006)
13.   Zlotnik, V., Person, M., T. Halihan, C. Simmons, J. Lane, F. Lewis, S. Fritz, and J. Swinehart, Mechanisms of Temporal and Spatial Variability of Lake Salinity in Dune Environments: Nebraska Sand Hills, National Science Foundation (2005)
14.   Halihan, T., J. Puckette, and S. Sahai, 2005, Hydrogeologic Study of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer, Oklahoma Water Resources Board (2005).


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