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About Sarah E Dickson

The input, transport and fate of contaminants in groundwater systems are of particular importance in Canada given that more than 25% of Canadians depend on groundwater for their domestic water supply. My research goals focus on the characterization, transport mechanisms, fate and treatment of both chemical and particulate contaminants in groundwater. My research approach creates linkages amongst science, mathematics and engineering through physical experimentation and mathematical modeling. Our research facility includes state-of-the-art visualization and analytical techniques, as well as high-power computers.


Present Faculty Member, McMaster University

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Discontinuous Gas Phase in PM (5)

Particle Transport in Fractures (7)

Electrohydraulic Discharge (5)

Aperture Characterization (1)

Multivariate Analyses (1)

Water Security (1)

DNAPLs in Fractures (2)

Amendment Delivery in Porous Media (1)