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  • Sarfaraz Alam

    Sarfaraz Alam

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Geophysics

    BioSarfaraz Alam is a Postdoctoral Scholar at Stanford University, where he is modeling nitrate transport in groundwater and surface water to improve approaches to enforcement. His research integrates hydrologic modeling, contaminant transport, remote sensing, and data science to understand how climate and human-induced changes affect water resources and the environment. Sarfaraz earned his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from UCLA in 2021.

    Sarfaraz received an Outstanding Ph.D. student award, Dissertation Year Fellowship, and Graduate Division Fellowship at UCLA. He authored nine peer-reviewed journal articles and presented his research in over ten international conferences.

  • Meredith Goebel

    Meredith Goebel

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Geophysics

    BioMeredith Goebel primary interests center on the application of geophysical methods for addressing problems surrounding the evaluation and management of groundwater resources. She currently serves as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Stanford University, developing methods for integrating new datasets into groundwater models to improve their accuracy and utility, specifically in California’s Central Valley. In addition to this work, she is also involved in number of projects investigating new tools for groundwater recharge site assessment in the Central Valley.

    Meredith completed her PhD in Geophysics at Stanford University, working with electrical and electromagnetic geophysical methods to map and monitor saltwater intrusion at both the lab and field scale. The field scale research for her PhD was conducted along the coast of the Monterey Bay, mapping the distribution of fresh and salt water in the subsurface both onshore and offshore along the bay. Prior to starting at Stanford she got her BA in Geophysics from UC Berkeley, and interned in the seismology group at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

  • Seogi Kang

    Seogi Kang

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Geophysics

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsTo construct basis of groundwater sustainability plan in California, we develop an effective workflow that can map 3D hydrogeology of the subsurface by using airborne electromagnetic data that can cover large area fast.