Ms. Johnston recently graduated from the Colorado School of Mines with a Master’s degree in Hydrology. During her studies, she worked in collaboration with one of her professors to use geophysical and geochemical methods in the characterization of acid mine drainage entering a headwater mountain stream from an historic gold mine.
The Fifth International Itasca Symposium will be held at the University of Vienna (Austria). The Symposium will features the application of Itasca software for solving engineering and scientific challenges in geomechanics, hydrogeology, microseismicity, and more.
Ms. Pavlenko has 11 years of experience in the areas of Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing, 3D data visualization techniques, and programming (Python).
We look forward to seeing you in Vienna!
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