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 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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Publications (*denotes student author)

 

Publications (*denotes student author)
1.    Halihan, T., A. Love, M. Keppel, and V. Berens, 2013, Analysis of subsurface mound spring connectivity in shale of the western margin of the Great Artesian Basin, South Australia, Hydrogeology Journal, doi: 10.1007/s10040-013-1034-8.
2.    Halihan, T., S. McDonald, P. Patey, and M. Stonecipher, 2012, ERI Evaluation of Injectates Used at a Dry Cleaning Site, Remediation, Summer 2012, p. 79-91, doi 10.1002/rem.21322.
3.    Rahi, K. A. and T. Halihan, 2012, Identifying Aquifer Type in Fractured Rock Aquifers using Harmonic Analysis. Ground Water. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2012.00925.x
4.    Keppel, M.N., J.D.A. Clarke, T. Halihan, A.J. Love, and A.D. Werner, 2011, Mound Springs in the Arid Lake Eyre South Region of South Australia: A New Depositional Tufa Model and Its Controls, Sedimentary Geology, doi:  10.1016/j.sedgeo.2011.08.001.
5.    Halihan, T., J. Albano, S.D. Comfort, and V.A. Zlotnik, 2011, Electrical Resisitivity Imaging of a Permanganate Injection During In Situ Treatment of RDX-Contaminated Ground Water , Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation, doi: 10.1111/j1745-6592.2011.01361.x.
6.    Heeren, D.M., G.A. Fox, R.B. Miller, D.E. Storm, A.K. Fox, C.J. Penn and T. Halihan, 2011, Stage-Dependent Transient Storage of Phosphorus in Alluvial Floodplains, Hydrological Processes, doi: 10.1002/hyp.8054.
7.    Miller, R.B., D.M. Heeren, G.A. Fox, D.E. Storm, and T. Halihan, 2011, Design and Application of a Direct-Push Vadose Zone Gravel Permeameter, Ground Water, doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2010.00796.x
8.    J. R. Faith, C.D. Blome, M.P. Pantea, J.O. Puckette, T. Halihan, N. Osborn, S. Christenson, and S. Pack, 2010, Three-Dimensional Geologic Model of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer, South-Central Oklahoma, USGS Open-File Report 2010-1123, 29 p.
9.    Ong, J.B., J.W. Lane, Jr., V.A. Zlotnik, T. Halihan, and E.A. White, 2010, Combined use of frequency-domain electromagnetic and electrical resistivity surveys to delineate near-lake groundwater flow in the semi-arid Nebraska Sand Hills, USA, Hydrogeology Journal, 18: 1539-1545.
10.    Albano, J., S. D. Comfort, V. Zlotnik, T. Halihan, M. Burbach, C. Chokejaroenrat, S. Onanong, and W. Clayton, 2010, In Situ Chemical Oxidation of RDX-Contaminated Ground Water with Permanganate at the Nebraska Ordnance Plant, Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation, 30, no. 3: 96-106, doi: 10.1111/j1745-6592.2010.01295.x.
11.    *Rahi, K. and T. Halihan, 2009, Changes in the Salinity of the Euphrates River System in Iraq, Regional Environmental Change, DOI 10.1007/s10113-009-0083-y.
12.    Webb, G., S.W. Tyler, J. Collord, D. Van Zyl, T. Halihan, *J. Turrentine, and T. Fenstemaker, 2008, Field Scale Analysis of Flow Mechanisms in Highly Heterogeneous Mining Media, Vadose Zone Journal, v 7, n 2, p. 899-908, doi:10.2136/vzj2007.0130.
13.    *Mouri, S. and T. Halihan, 2007, Averaging hydraulic conductivity in heterogeneous fractures and layered aquifers, in Selected Papers on Hydrogeology, edited by J. Krasny and J.M. Sharp, Jr., International Association of Hydrogeologists, A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam.
14.    Love, A., C. T. Simmons, P. Cook, G. A. Harrington, A. Herczeg, and T. Halihan, 2007, Estimating Groundwater Flow Rates In Fractured Metasediments: Clare Valley, South Australia, in Selected Papers on Hydrogeology, edited by J. Krasny and J.M. Sharp, Jr., International Association of Hydrogeologists, A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam.
15.    Halihan, T., J. Billiard, and S. McDonald, 2005, Breaking up isn’t hard to do: A view of NAPL using electrical resistivity imaging, L.U.S.T.Line, v. 51, p. 21-25, 37.
16.    Halihan, T., S. Paxton, *I. Graham, T. Fenstemaker, and *M. Riley, 2005, Post-Remediation Evaluation of a LNAPL Site Using Electrical Resistivity Imaging, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, v 7., p. 283-287.
17.    Halihan, T., Love, A., Sharp, J.M., Jr., 2005, Identifying Connections in a Fractured Rock Aquifer Using ADFTs, Ground Water, v. 43, no. 3, p. 327-335.
18.    Tsoflias G. P., Halihan T. and M.A. Muldoon, 2004, "Fracture Fluid Flow Properties Investigation Using GPR and Hydraulic Testing Methods," Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar, June 21-24, 2004, Delft, The Netherlands, E. Slob et al. (eds), Vol. II, p. 521-524.
19.    Cook, P.G., M. Williams, C. Simmons, A. Love, T. Halihan, G. Herbert, and G. Heinson, 2003. A Guide To Regional Groundwater Flow In Fractured Rock Aquifers, Seaview Press, Henley Beach, South Australia, 108 pp.
20.    Tarhule, A., T. Dewers, R. Young, A. Witten, and T. Halihan, 2003, Integrated subsurface-imaging techniques for detecting cavities in the gypsum karst of Oklahoma, in Johnson, K.S. and Neal, J.T. (eds.), Evaporite karst and engineering/environmental problems in the United States: Oklahoma Geological Survey Circular 109, p. 77-84.
21.    Halihan, T., and V.A. Zlotnik, 2002. Asymmetric dipole flow profiling in a fractured carbonate aquifer, Ground Water, v. 40, n. 5, p. 491-499.
22.    Tsoflias, G.P., T. Halihan, and J.M. Sharp, Jr., 2001. Monitoring pumping test response in a fractured aquifer using ground-penetrating radar. Water Resources Research, v. 37, n. 5, p. 1221-1229.
23.    Sharp, J.M., Jr., T. Halihan, M.M. Uliana, G.P. Tsoflias, M.T. Landrum, and R. Marrett, 2000. Predicting fractured rock hydrogeological parameters from field and laboratory data, In: Proceedings of the XXX IAH Congress on Groundwater: Past Achievements and Future Challenges:, Cape Town, South Africa, Nov 26-Dec 1, 2000 , O. Sililo et al. (eds), A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, p. 319-324.
24.    Wilson, T., G.S. Heinson, A.L. Endres, and T. Halihan, 2000. Fractured rock hydrogeophysics at Clare Valley, South Australia, In: ASEG 2000, 14th International Conference and Exhibition, Exploration beyond 2000, Dentith, M. and M. Middleton (eds), Exploration Geophysics (Melbourne) 31, no. 1-2, p. 255-259.
25.    Wilson, T., G.S. Heinson, A.L. Endres, and T. Halihan, 2000. Fractured rock geophysical studies in the Clare Valley, South Australia, In: Proceeding of the symposium on the application of geophysics to engineering and environmental problems, Powers, M.H., A. Ibrahim, and L. Cramer (eds), Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society, Wheat Ridge, CO, p. 1037-1046.
26.    Halihan, T., R.E. Mace, and J.M. Sharp, Jr., 2000. Flow in the San Antonio segment of the Edwards aquifer: matrix, fractures, or conduits?  In: Groundwater flow and contaminant transport in carbonate aquifers, Wicks and Sasowsky (editors), AA Balkema, p. 129-146.
27.    Bruines, P., and T. Halihan, 1999. Filling the field data gap in fractured aquifer interpretation. Conference of Lusanne, Envirowater99: Emerging Technologies for Sustainable Land use and Water Management, Sept 1-4, 1999, 10 pp., CD format publication.
28.    Halihan, T., 1999. Asymmetric dipole flow profiling in a fractured carbonate aquifer. Water 99 Joint Congress, July 6-8, 1999, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
29.    Cook, P.G., A.J. Love, T. Halihan, and R. Cresswell. 1999, Measuring groundwater flow in fractured rocks with environmental isotopes, Clare Valley, South Australia. Water 99 Joint Congress, July 6-8, 1999, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
30.    Love, A.J., P.G. Cook, T. Halihan, and C.T. Simmons, 1999. Estimating groundwater flow rates in a fractured rock aquifer, Clare Valley, South Australia. Water 99 Joint Congress, July 6-8, 1999, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
31.    Halihan, T. and C.M. Wicks, 1998. Modeling of storm responses in conduit flow aquifers with reservoirs. Journal of Hydrology, v. 208, p. 82-91.
32.    Halihan, T., C.M. Wicks, and J.F. Engeln, 1998. Physical response of a karst drainage basin to flood pulses: example of the Devil’s Icebox cave system (Missouri – USA). Journal of Hydrology, v. 204, p. 24-36.

Conference Papers, Book Reviews, and News Articles
1.    Heeren, D. M., G. A. Fox, D. E. Storm, B. E. Haggard, C. J. Penn, and T. Halihan, 2013, Impact of Measurement Scale on Infiltration and Phosphorus Leaching in Ozark Floodplains. ASABE Annual International Meeting, July 21-24, Paper No. 1621213, Kansas City, Mo.
2.    Puckette, J. and T. Halihan, 2011, Oil and Water do Mix: Characterizing a Deep Aquifer using Petroleum Industry Data, SIPES Quarterly, v. 48, No. 2, p 1, 21-26.
3.    Halihan, T., McDonald, S., and P. Patey, 2011, ERI Evaluation of Injectates used to Remediate a Dry Cleaning Site, Jackson, Tennessee, 2011 SAGEEP, Charleston, SC., 9 pp.
4.    R. B. Miller, D. M. Heeren, G. A. Fox, T. Halihan, D. E. Storm, A. R. Mittelstet, 2010, Use of Multi-Electrode Resistivity Profiling to Estimate Saturated- and Vadose-Zone Hydraulic Properties of Preferential Flow Paths in Alluvial Floodplains, 2010 ASCE EWRI World and Environmental Resources Congress, May 16-20, Providence, RI.
5.    Leventeli, Y., T. Halihan, 8M. Dailey, K. Hurt, and W. Kellogg, 2009, Design for an “engineered sinkhole” to improve recharge and reduce evapotranspiration in an upstream flood control structure, Water Resources Management 2009, September 9-11, 2009, Malta.
6.    Gary, M.O., T. Halihan, and J.M. Sharp, Jr., 2009, Detection of sub-travertine lakes using electrical resistivity imaging, Sistema Zacatón, Mexico,  15th International Congress of Speleology, July 19-26, 2009, Kerrville, TX., p. 575-579.
7.    Ong, J.T., E.A. White, J.W. Lane, Jr., T. Halihan, and V.A. Zlotnik, 2009, Combined use of frequency-domain electromagnetic and electrical resistivity surveys to delineate the freshwater/saltwater interface near saline lakes in the Nebraska Sand Hills, Nebraska, USA, 22nd SAGEEP, Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems, Fort Worth, TX.
8.    Smith, B.D., C.D. Blome, D.V. Smith, D.D. Scheirer, M. Deszcz-Pan, and T. Halihan, 2008, Geophysical Surveys to Characterize the Hydrogeology of the Arbuckle Uplift, South-Central Oklahoma, 21st SAGEEP, Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems, Philadelphia, PA.
9.    Ramirez-Mejia, D., R.A. Young, S. Sahai, and T. Halihan, 2006, Fracture Orientation Determination in Sedimentary Rocks Using Multicomponent Ground Penetrating Radar Measurements, Society for Exploration Geophysics Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
10.    Osborn, N.; Christenson, S.; and Halihan, T., 2006, Hydrogeology and water management of the Arbuckle-Simpson aquifer, south-central Oklahoma: Field Trip No. 1, South-Central Section Geological Society of America 2006 Annual Meeting, Norman, Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 4-2006, 62p.
11.    Halihan, T., and *M. Sample, 2005, Electrical Resistivity Imaging of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer, Oklahoma, Proceedings of Oklahoma Water 2005, Tulsa, OK, September 27 and 28, Paper # 3, Oklahoma Water Resources Research Institute, Stillwater, OK, 6 pgs.
12.    Dhu, T., Heinson G.S., Greenhalgh, S., Halihan, T., and C.T. Simmons, 2003, Environmental Monitoring using Electrical Resistance Tomography (ERT), 16th ASEG International Conference and Exhibition, Adelaide, Australia.
13.    Osborn, N.I., S.C. Christenson, N.H. Suneson, T. Halihan, and R.R. Ross, 2003, Challenges of the Arbuckle-Simpson Study, 2003 Oklahoma Water Symposium, Stillwater, OK, 8 pp.
14.    Halihan, T., 2002, Introduction to hydrogeology; book review, AAPG Bulletin, v. 86, no. 7, p. 1333-1334.
15.    Zlotnik, V.A., B.R. Zurburchen, T. Halihan, and T. Ptak, 2002.  Steady-State Dipole Flow Test: Summary of the First Ten Years, International Groundwater Symposium, Berkley, CA.
16.    Halihan, T., C. Simmons, J. Sharp, Jr., M. Uliana, and T. Fenstemaker, 1999. Thoughts on the 1998 GSA International Internet Symposium: The results of an experiment in scientific communication, GSA Today, v. 9, no. 5, p. 9-10.
17.    Cook, P.G., M. Stauffacher, T. Halihan, K. Narayan, R.M. Williams, A. Carter, P. Richardson, M. Sutherland, B. Short, N. Maddox, 1999.  Urban Salinity in Wagga Wagga (NSW): Sources of Recharge and Impact of Pumping the Fractured Rock Groundwater System. Murray Darling Basin Commission Groundwater Workshop, 1999 Conference Proceedings.
18.    Halihan, T., J.M. Sharp, Jr., and R.E. Mace. 1999. Interpreting flow using permeability at multiple scales. Karst Modeling: Proceedings of the symposium held Feb 24-27, 1999, Charlottesville, VA, Palmer, Palmer, and Sasowsky (editors), Special Publication 5, Karst Waters Institute, p. 82-96, (Invited).
19.    Sharp, J.M., Jr., J.L Banner, and T. Halihan, 1998.  Edwards aquifer: fracture control of regional groundwater flow.  1998 SEPM Carbonate Research Conference.   Door County, Wisconsin.
Technical Reports
1.    Comfort, S., Halihan, T., and V. Zlotnik, 2009, Using Electrical Resistivity Imaging to Evaluate Permanganate Performance during an In Situ Treatment of an RDX-Contaminated Aquifer, ESTCP Report, US DoD, 129 p.
2.    Comfort, S., Halihan, T., and V. Zlotnik, 2009, Cost & Performance Report for Using Electrical Resistivity Imaging to Evaluate Permanganate Performance during an In Situ Treatment of an RDX-Contaminated Aquifer, ESTCP Report, US DoD, 38 p.
3.    Halihan, T. S. McDonald, and *K. Thompson, in review, Site Survey Report for EPA RARE Project: Geophysical Investigation of Brine Contaminated Groundwater using Electrical Resistivity and Electromagnetic Methods, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 39 p.
4.    Halihan, T. and S. McDonald, in review, Final Test Evaluation Report for EPA RARE Project: Geophysical Investigation of Brine Contaminated Groundwater using Electrical Resistivity and Electromagnetic Methods, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 20 p.
5.    Halihan, T., *C. Mace, and T. Sickbert, 2009, DEQ Cyril Project: Geophysical Investigation of Petroleum Contaminated Ground Water using Electrical Resistivity, Final Report submitted to the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, 25 p.
6.    Halihan, T., *S. Mouri, and J. Puckette, 2009, Evaluation of fracture properties of the Arbuckle-Simpson aquifer: Final report submitted to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, Oklahoma State University School of Geology, 64 p.
7.    Halihan, T., J. Puckette, *M. Sample, and *M. Riley, 2009, Electrical resistivity imaging of the Arbuckle-Simpson aquifer: Final report submitted to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, Oklahoma State University School of Geology, 92 p.
8.    Puckette, J., T. Halihan, and *J. Faith, 2009, Characterization of the Arbuckle-Simpson aquifer:  Final report submitted to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, Oklahoma State University School of Geology, 53 p.
9.    *Rahi, K., and T. Halihan, 2009, Estimating selected hydraulic parameters of the Arbuckle-Simpson aquifer from the analysis of naturally-induced stresses: Final report submitted to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, Oklahoma State University School of Geology, 48 p.
10.    Cemen, I., Young, R., and T. Halihan, 2008, Determination of Fracture Density in the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer from Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) and Resistivity Data, OWWRI, 48 p.
11.    Halihan, T., S. Paxton, J. Puckette, *M. Alavi, *M. Helton, *A. Parviainen, and *K. Thompson, 2007, Literature Review of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer for The Arbuckle-Simpson Hydrology Project, Version 2.1, submitted to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, 75 pp. + DVD.
12.    Halihan, T., Puckette, J., and Sahai, S., 2006, OSU Activities for the Arbuckle-Simpson Hydrology Study 2006, Report to Oklahoma Water Resources Board, 7 pp.
13.    Sahai, S., Young, R.A., and T. Halihan, 2006, Estimating the orientation and intensity of fractures in sedimentary rocks using multi-component 3-D ground-penetrating radar (GPR), submitted to the Oklahoma Water Resource Research Institute, 16 pp.
14.    Marston, R.A., and T. Halihan, 2007, Geomorphic Adjustment of the Washita River, Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, Oklahoma, Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NRPC/WRD/NRTR-2007/070, National Park Service, 82 pp.
15.    Halihan, T., S. Paxton, *I. Graham, and *M. Riley, 2005, Final Report of Activities for: Post Remediation Characterization of LNAPL Using Electrical Resistivity and Direct Push Techniques, submitted to Oklahoma Corporation Commission, Petroleum Storage Tank Division, 23 pp.
16.    Halihan, T., J. Puckette, S. Sahai, *S. Mouri, *S. Cole, *M. Riley, *M. Sample, *K. Shields, *M. Alavi, *A. Drewry, 2005, OSU Activities for the Arbuckle-Simpson Hydrology Study 2005, Report to Oklahoma Water Resources Board, 9 pp.
17.    Halihan, T., S. Paxton, M. McPhail, *J. McSorley, and *M. Riley, 2005, Final Report for: Characterization and Monitoring of LNAPL Using Electrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT) and Hydraulic Push Techniques, submitted to Oklahoma Corporation Commission, Petroleum Storage Tank Division, 574 pp.
18.    Marston, R.A., J.D. Vitek, D. Boardman, and T. Halihan, 2005, Self-Evaluation Report: OSU School of Geology, Report to Dean of College of Arts and Sciences, 177 pp.
19.    *OSU Environmental Geophysics Students, T. Halihan, S. Sahai, *S. Hadaway, and H. Ren, 2004, Locating Subsurface Anomalies Using Electrical Resistivity and Ground Penetrating Radar Methods at a Filled Quarry Site, submitted to Dr. Glenn Foster, 21 pp.
20.    Halihan, T., S. Paxton, J. Puckette, and *M. Sample, 2004, Preliminary Electrical Resistivity Imaging Report for: The Arbuckle-Simpson Hydrology Study, submitted to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, 24 pp.
21.    Halihan, T., S. Paxton, J. Puckette, *M. Alavi, *M. Helton, and *A. Parviainen, 2004, Literature Review of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer for The Arbuckle-Simpson Hydrology Project, Version 1.0, submitted to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, 63 pp.
22.    Halihan, T., S. Paxton, J. Puckette, *A. Parviainen, *M. Alavi, *M. Sample, and *M. Helton, 2004, Interim Literature and Data Review Report for The Arbuckle-Simpson Hydrology Study, submitted to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, 16 pp.
23.    Halihan, T., S. Paxton, *S. Fair, *J. McSorley, M. McPhail, and *M. Riley, 2004, Phase II Report of Activities for: Environmental Characterization and Monitoring of LNAPL Using Electrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT) and Hydraulic Push Techniques – Electrode Design and Installation Techniques, submitted to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, Petroleum Storage Tank Division, 13 pp.+ attachments
24.    Tarhule, A., T. Halihan, T. Dewers, R. Young, and A. Witten, 2002.  Report to Oklahoma Transportation Center:  Integrated Subsurface Imaging Techniques for Detecting Cavities in the Karst Environments of Oklahoma, 13 pp.
25.    Halihan, T., S. Paxton, *S. Fair, *J. McSorley, M. McPhail, and *M. Riley, 2002.  Report to Oklahoma Corporation Commission Petroleum Storage Tank Division: Phase I Report of Activities for: Environmental Characterization and Monitoring of LNAPL Using Electrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT) and Hydraulic Push Techniques – Electrode Design and Installation Techniques, 14 pp.
26.    *Cope, C., *S. Mashburn, *M. McPhail, *J. McSorley, *J. Patton, *J. Pittman, *A. Seiger, *J. Seiger, *J. Turrentine, *K. Wise, and T. Halihan, 2002.  Report to Oklahoma Corporation Commission Petroleum Storage Tank Division: An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Electrical Resistivity Tomography in Locating Subsurface Hydrocarbon Contamination in Piedmont, Oklahoma, 30 pp.
27.    Halihan, T., S. Paxton, I. Cemen, and R. Beier, 2002. Final Report of Activities, Environmental Institute at Oklahoma State University Water Center Award for: Formation Characterization of the Table Mountain Group aquifers, South Africa, 33 pp.
28.    Cook, P.G., M. Stauffacher, R. Therrien, T. Halihan, P. Richardson, R.M. Williams and A. Bradford, 2001. Groundwater Recharge and Discharge in a Saline, Urban Catchment; Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, CSIRO Land and Water Technical Report No. 39/01, http://www.clw.csiro.au/research/catchment/groundwater/wagga.html, 78 pp.
29.    Halihan, T., J. Sharp, Jr., T. Fenstemaker, and M. Lagmanson, 2000. Report of Investigations I, North Padre Island Hydrogeological Research Group, 12 p. + CD-ROM.
30.    Halihan, T., 1999, Preliminary anisotropy characterization of fractured Ordovician metasediments in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, unpublished report to CSIRO Land and Water and Wagga Wagga council



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