Introduction

CRAIG R. GLENNAqueous Biogeochemist, WRRC; Professor, Department of Earth Sciences

Office: POST 720A
Phone: (808) 956-2200
Fax: (808) 956-5512
E-mail: glenn@soest.hawaii.edu

CRAIG R. GLENNAqueous Biogeochemist, WRRC; Professor, Department of Earth Sciences

Craig R. Glenn

OFFICE: POST 720A
PHONE: (808) 956-2200
FAX: (808) 956-5512
E-MAIL: GLENN@SOEST.HAWAII.EDU
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EDUCATION:

  • PhD, Oceanography and Marine Geology, Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography

FIELDS OF INTEREST:

  • Groundwater and submarine groundwater discharge: nutrient, isotopic and aqueous
  • Biogeochemistry
  • Aerial and subsurface remote sensing of groundwater
  • Coastal processes
  • Water quality

RESEARCH PROJECTS

Identifying Groundwater Flow and Contamination to Streams: Kahaluu Watershed, Oahu

CRAIG R. GLENN
The surface waters in the Kahaluu Lagoon on the windward side of Oahu fronted by Kaneohe Bay have been shown to have very high levels of wastewater related bacteria.

Tracing Interconnectivity Between High-level and Basal Groundwaters in West Hawaii

SPONSOR: National Institute for Water Resources, Water Resources Research Institute Program PROJECT PERIOD: 3/1/2014 – 2/28/2016 ABSTRACT: Recent rapid development in the North Kona District of West Hawaii has raised concerns regarding the sustainability of the region’s groundwater resources in…

Numerical Simulation of Cold Intermediate Depth Seawater Circulation Through the Keauhou Aquifer in North Kona, Hawaii

SPONSOR:National Institute for Water Resources, Water Resources Research Institute Program PROJECT PERIOD:3/1/2015 – 2/28/2016 ABSTRACT:Recent drilling log and depth profile data acquired from boreholes drilled through the basal lens in the northern Keauhou aquifer suggest that cold, intermediate depth seawater…

Identifying Groundwater Flow and Contamination to Streams: Kahaluu Watershed, Oahu

SPONSOR:National Institute for Water Resources, Water Resources Research Institute Program PROJECT PERIOD:3/1/2015 – 2/28/2017 ABSTRACT:The surface waters in the Kahaluu Lagoon on the windward side of Oahu fronted by Kaneohe Bay have been shown to have very high levels of…