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Sharing Water Conference: The Floridan Aquifer in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida


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Event:

Sharing Water Conference: The Floridan Aquifer in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida
Replenishment Options and Alternate Water Supplies

Date:

2 October 2014

Venue:

Monticello Opera House, Monticello, Florida

Speakers:

Thomas A. Farkas, PG
Synopsis

Replenishment Options and Alternate Water Supplies
Oct. 2 at 10:15 am
Thomas Farkas, PG

  • Learn why the need for Aquifer Recharge is no longer a need but a requirement.
  • Discover the benefits of Aquifer Recharge and available technologies for accomplishing.
  • Explore the two ways to implement (direct and indirect), including the benefits of each methods.
  • Review project examples and primary considerations to implement.

Lecturers biography
 Thomas Farkas

Thomas A. Farkas, PG
Mr. Farkas has more than 25 years of experience in water resource development, management, and environmental consulting. He has extensive project management, field-level, analytical, and modeling experience on a wide variety of projects. His experience includes groundwater supply planning, permitting, and development; test well and monitor well design and construction; and potable and surface water Aquifer Storage Recovery (ASR) feasibility studies. Additionally, Thomas has provided expert witness testimony regarding Class V permitting.

    Joanna Scott
Jo is an award-winning ITS project and program manager who has expertise in the full project and software development life cycle, including analysis and design, technical road-mapping, and release planning, as well as managing operational and maintenance phases. She was involved in the design and delivery of the original Atkins CREST program (Control Room Education, Support and Training) in the UK. Since arriving in the US, Jo has led the CREST design and implementation effort in both Wisconsin and Georgia, helping create the next generation of excellence in TMC management.

Suzanne Murtha
Suzanne Murtha is a 17-year veteran of the ITS industry with a robust background in ITS and advanced automotive technologies including dedicated short-range communications, connected vehicles, and emerging autonomous vehicles markets. Her work supports large-scale program management contracts and evaluates efforts for federal, state, local, and private clients. Suzanne serves as interim executive director for OmniAir Consortium, Inc., a Washington, DC based trade association that advocates for the development and promotion of certification for the intelligent transportation industry.
    Joanna Scott
Jo is an award-winning ITS project and program manager who has expertise in the full project and software development life cycle, including analysis and design, technical road-mapping, and release planning, as well as managing operational and maintenance phases. She was involved in the design and delivery of the original Atkins CREST program (Control Room Education, Support and Training) in the UK. Since arriving in the US, Jo has led the CREST design and implementation effort in both Wisconsin and Georgia, helping create the next generation of excellence in TMC management.

Suzanne Murtha
Suzanne Murtha is a 17-year veteran of the ITS industry with a robust background in ITS and advanced automotive technologies including dedicated short-range communications, connected vehicles, and emerging autonomous vehicles markets. Her work supports large-scale program management contracts and evaluates efforts for federal, state, local, and private clients. Suzanne serves as interim executive director for OmniAir Consortium, Inc., a Washington, DC based trade association that advocates for the development and promotion of certification for the intelligent transportation industry.
    Joanna Scott
Jo is an award-winning ITS project and program manager who has expertise in the full project and software development life cycle, including analysis and design, technical road-mapping, and release planning, as well as managing operational and maintenance phases. She was involved in the design and delivery of the original Atkins CREST program (Control Room Education, Support and Training) in the UK. Since arriving in the US, Jo has led the CREST design and implementation effort in both Wisconsin and Georgia, helping create the next generation of excellence in TMC management.

Suzanne Murtha
Suzanne Murtha is a 17-year veteran of the ITS industry with a robust background in ITS and advanced automotive technologies including dedicated short-range communications, connected vehicles, and emerging autonomous vehicles markets. Her work supports large-scale program management contracts and evaluates efforts for federal, state, local, and private clients. Suzanne serves as interim executive director for OmniAir Consortium, Inc., a Washington, DC based trade association that advocates for the development and promotion of certification for the intelligent transportation industry.
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