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Dr. Victoria Remenda, P.Eng
Office: Miller 408,
Phone: (613) 533-6594,
Fax (613) 533-6592,
E-mail: remenda@geol.queensu.ca


Department of Geological Sciences & Geological Engineering,
Miller Hall, Queen's University,
Kingston, Ontario,
K7L 3N6

My research interests include the hydrogeology of clay-rich, unlithified deposits (aquitards) as well as the interaction between groundwater and lakes.

Research on aquitards focuses on the hydraulic properties, the presence or absence of hydraulically-conductive fractures, the rates of tracer migration and on the hydrochemistry of unlithified deposits. Groundwater - lake interaction research involves the use of naturally occurring groundwater tracers including stable isotopes of water, major ions, minor ions and trace gases.

    Education and Experience

  • Ph.D. 1993, University of Waterloo

    Professional Associations

    The Geochemical Society
    Geological Association of Canada
    Geological Society of America
    Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario



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