(Subject To Change)

MARCH 6, 2018

7:00 am Registration/Continental Breakfast
8:00 am Welcome

Moderator: Adam Hutchinson, Orange County Water District


California Department of Water Resources Flood Managed Aquifer Recharge (FMAR) Initiative
- Kamyar Guivetchi, Department of Water Resources

8:35-9:00 Conditions for Maximizing On-Farm Groundwater Recharge with Flood Flows: A Case Study for the South American and Cosumnes Groundwater Sub-basins
- Rob Gailey, UC Davis
9:00-9:25 An integrated approach toward groundwater banking in the southern Central Valley, California
- Mehdi Ghasemizade, GEI Consultants
9:25-9:50 An Integrated Program to Enhance Groundwater Supplies through Infiltration of Stormwater: Progress and Challenges in Incentivizing Sustainability
- Andrew T. Fisher, University of California, Santa Cruz
9:50-10:00 Sponsor & Exhibitor Introductions
10:00-10:30 Break
  California MAR
Moderator: Steve Phillips, United States Geological Survey
Moderator: Gary Gin, Leonard Rice Engineers, Inc.
10:30-10:55 Groundwater Recharge Project with Off-Season Irrigation on Agricultural Fields Adjacent to the Cosumnes River and Wilton, CA
- Laura Foglia, Larry Walker Associates
Development of an ASR Program in the City of Woodland, CA: Perspectives on Planning, Funding and Implementation
- Kenneth Loy, West Yost Associates
10:55-11:20 Navigating Regulatory Hurdles for Recharge with Various Source Waters in California
- Robert Beggs, Brown & Caldwell
Applications of ASR for Subsidence Control and Carbon Capture
- David Pyne, ASR Systems, LLC
11:20-11:45 Maximizing Recharge Capacity for Tulare Irrigation District in Support of Sustainable Groundwater Management
- Jeff Meyer, Montgomery & Associates
Injection Well Clog Removal Techniques
- Tom Morris, ASR Systems, LLC
11:45-12:10 Groundwater Recharge Through Winter Flooding of Agricultural Land
- Ali Taghavi, Woodard & Curran
Field and Laboratory Experiments in Artifical Recharge in a Saline Confined Aquifer
- Namsik Park, Dong-A University
12:15-2:10 Herman Bouwer Award Luncheon
  Evaluation Methods
Moderator: Mike Hulst, Nuclear and Environmental Services
Arizona MAR
Moderator: Richard Siegel, Salt River Project
2:15-2:40 Coupling Geophysical Imaging and Reactive Transport Modeling to Evaluate On-Farm Water Recharge Strategies
- Peter S. Nico, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
The Role of Managed Aquifer Recharge in Meeting the Statutory Requirements of the Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District
- Sharon B. Megdal, Central Arizona Project
2:40-3:05 Efficient evaluation of surface spreading recharge sites using a new geophysical subsurface imaging system
- Ahmad A. Behroozmand, Stanford University
Meeting Arizona Water Management Objectives with Long-Term Storage Credits
- Rebecca F.A. Bernat, The University of Arizona
3:05-3:30 Using electrical resistivity to locate coarse-grained sediments for the construction and rehabilitation of recharge basins: then and now
- Margaret Snyder, Tucson Water
Managing and Operating Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) Wells- An Arizona Case Study- Lessons Learned and Innovations Implemented
- Gary M. Gin, Leonard Rice Engineers, Inc.
3:30-4:00 Break
  Evaluation Methods Cont'd
Moderator: Dan Gamon, Department of Water Resources
Arizona MAR Cont'd
Moderator: Peter T. Quinlan, Dudek
4:00-4:25 Evidence for Lateral Groundwater Flow Beneath Recharge Basins
- Patrick O'Connell, California State University, Long Beach
Recharging reclaimed water in Tucson Arizona
- Dick Thompson, Tucson Water
4:25-4:50 The Good the Bad and the Ugly: A Review of Surface Spreading Aquifer Recharge Characterization Methods
- Michael Milczarek, GeoSystems Analysis, Inc.
City of Phoenix Wells Program
- Nathan Nutter, Carollo Engineers
4:50-5:15 Managed aquifer recharge through surface spreading methods: Optimization of infiltration process by means of physical models
- Felix Barquero, Technische University Dresden
South Houghton Aquifer Recharge Project in Tucson, Arizona
- Beth Scully, Tucson Water
5:15-7:00 President's Reception and Poster Session

MARCH 7, 2018

  International MAR
Moderator: Mike Milczarek, GeoSystens Analysis, Inc.
Conjuctive Use
Moderator: Doug Bartlett, Clear Creek Associates
8:00-8:25 A global historical perspective on the advance of managed aquifer recharge
- Peter Dillon, IAH Commission on MAR
Water Independence Now - The Road to Locally Sustainable Water Resources in a Growing Urban Region
- Lyndsey Bloxom, The Water Replenishment District of Southern California
8:25-8:50 Local benefit-cost analysis of recharge enhancement by ephemeral streambed structures for crop irrigation in a hard rock area of Rajasthan, India
- Peter Dillon, IAH Commission on MAR
Location, Location, Location! The Where of Managed Artificial Recharge Can Be Just as Important as How Much in Achieving Groundwater Sustainability
- John Lindquist, United Water Conservation District
8:50-9:15 MAR in the Spanish Medina del Campo groundwater body as a tool to meet the objectives of European Water Framework Directive
- Jose Antonio de la Orden Gomez, Geological Survey of Spain
Updated ASCE/EWRI Guidelines on Managed Aquifer Recharge
- Doug Bartlett, Clear Creek Associates
9:15-9:40 INOWAS DSS: web-based modeling framework for planning and assessment of managed aquifer recharge schemes
- Catalin Stefan, Technische University Dresden
Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project in San Bernardino, California
- Terry Foreman, TLF Consulting, LLC
9:40-10:10 Break
  International MAR Cont'd
Moderator: Nathan Nutter, Carollo Engineers
Stormwater Recharge
Moderator: Trey Driscoll, Dudek
10:10-10:35 Managed Aquifer Recharge Potential in Peru
- Michael Milczarek, GeoSystems Analysis, Inc.
Coupling Benefits to Water Quantity and Quality through Stormwater Collection Linked to Managed Recharge
- Galen Gorski, University of California, Santa Cruz
10:35-11:00 Hydrologic Systems Services (HSS) as a Framework for Groundwater Evaluation and Management
- Jennifer Pensky, University of California, Santa Cruz
Coupling distributed stormwater collection and managed aquifer recharge: Field application, modeling, and implications
- Sarah Beganskas, University of California, Santa Cruz
11:00-11:25 Opportunities for managed aquifer recharge in Costa Rica
- Jose P. Bonilla, Technische University Dresden
Managed Aquifer Recharge in the Big Picture of LA’s Urban Water Management
- Erik Porse, University of California, Los Angeles

Integrating Surface Water and Groundwater through Managed Aquifer Recharge
- Amy Ewing, Daniel B. Stephens & Associates

Reliable stormwater yield for MAR against a background of climate variability
- Russell Martin, Wallbridge Gilbert Aztec
  Determination of sulfamethoxazole degradation rate through an in situ experiment simulating aquifer storage and recovery in the North China Plain
- Meng Ma, Peking University
  Integrated Systems Approach to Aquifer and Groundwater Recharge
- Nathan White, Parjana Distribution & AGESS, Inc.
  Public Policies for Managed Aquifer Recharge in Sonora, Mexico
- Mary Belle Cruz Ayala, The University of Arizona-Arid Lands Resources Sciences
  Stacking the Benefits: Optimizing Replenishment for Community and Natural Resource Values
- Kelly Bourque, University of California, Santa Barbara Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
  Effect of Pipeline Transit and Environmental Factors on Clogging Rates of Recharge Basins Receiving Advanced Treated Recycled Water
- Christine Pham, Orange County Water District