Conceptual Model for the Charleston Joint Weapons Base – Tom Champion

In this classical description of a hydrogeological Conceptual Model, Tom makes use of litho-facies correlation to understand a complex setting.

The site is a US Air Force base in Charleston, South Carolina, with a long history of military development and use. It is characterized by the transgressive evolution of a Barrier Island System, crossed by the Cooper River and its tributaries.

Tom is a hydrogeologist with AECOM in Greenville, South Carolina. He has 35 years experience, which includes, water-resource development, groundwater remediation, and flow and transport modelling, with an ample amount of hands-on drilling and field experience.

In the past few years, he has focused on developing conceptual geological and hydrogeological models, often to support numerical models.

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