J. F. Devlin

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Small-scale point velocity probe (PVP)-derived velocities were compared to conventional large-scale velocity estimates from Darcy calculations and tracer tests, and the possibility of upscaling PVP data to match the other velocity estimates was evaluated. Hydraulic conductivity was estimated from grain-size data derived from cores, and single-well response(More)
This was the second time I co-taught the course and the second time with David Douglas. As in the previous year the course content was divided explicitly between sessions on planning theory and sessions on development theory. The content was very heavy and the reading list was very extensive. There was again difficulties in moving from lecture to discussion(More)
Graduate Course Students 27 This was the third time I co-taught the course and the first time to teach with John FitzGibbon, Director of the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development. As in previous years the class was delivered in two two-hour sessions per week making for 48 contact hours rather than the usual 36. We agreed based on the(More)
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