New Scientist journal press release about the recent findings of the IkeWai marine geophysics project: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/25/science/hawaii-water-aquifer.html
New York Times article about the discovery of the IkeWai marine geophysics project: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/25/science/hawaii-water-aquifer.html
I recently presented the results of this project in the Friday seminar (TGIF) of Hawaiʻi Institute of Geophysics & Planetology, School of Ocean and Earth Science Technology, University of Hawaiʻi.
My TGIF talk can be found in this link:
The paper associated with these findings will soon be published in Science Advances (expected publication date: 11.25.2020).
The results of the IkeWai marine CSEM project were presented for the first time at AGU Annual Fall Meeting that was held in San Fransico this year. The results include 2-D CSEM isotropic/anisotropic inversions and magnetic data that image the electrical resistivity and magnetic signature of submarine groundwater structures extending up to ~4 km offshore. Our poster attracted attention from Earth scientists and hydrologists.
“Ocean sensors help UH researchers understand Hawaiʻi Island aquifers”
Read this article in the following link: