John P Gannon
210 Cheatham Hall
MS, Virginia Tech, Geoscience: Hydrogeology, 2009
BS, The College of New Jersey, Physics: Earth Science, 2007
Source Water Protection Technician (2009-2011), Virginia Rural Water Association, Buena Vista, VA
Research Interests and Activities:
Interactions between hillslope hydrology, soil development, and stream chemistry at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, NH.
Distinguished Awards and Memberships:
Member, American Geophysical Union Virginia Tech Geosciences Tillman Teaching Award, 2007
Gannon, J.P., K.J. McGuire, and S.W. Bailey. 2012. How soil morphology can help decipher flow paths in headwater catchments. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Gannon, John P., Thomas J. Burbey, Robert J. Bodnar, and Joseph Aylor. 2012. Geophysical and geochemical characterization of the groundwater system and the role of Chatham Fault in groundwater movement at the Coles Hill uranium deposit, Virginia, USA. Hydrogeology Journal.
Gannon, J.P., K.J. McGuire, and S.W. Bailey. 2011. Hydropedology at Hubbard Brook: Differentiating soil functional units with shallow ground water response data. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
McGuire, K.J., S.W. Bailey, J.P. Gannon, T.D. Bullen, and D.S. Ross. 2011. Soil morphology as an indicator for spatial patterns of runoff generation thresholds (invited). AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Gannon, J.P., K. McGuire, and S. Bailey. 2011. Hydropedology at Hubbard Brook: Clues from shallow groundwater responses. Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Science: Interactions of hydrology, biology, and geochemistry.
Co-Authors and Collaborators:
Dr. Kevin McGuire (VT), Dr. Scott Bailey (USFS), Dr. Don Ross (UVM), Dr. Thomas Bullen (USGS), Rebecca Bourgault (UVM), Cody Gillin (VT)
Dr. Kevin McGuire
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