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Currently serves as a Hydrologist for the USGS South Atlantic Water Science Center in Columbia, SC. Have 35+ years experience in geology and groundwater hydrology and have specialized in numerical simulation of groundwater flow and solute transport. Much of this work has focused on the groundwater resources of the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Have had several overseas assignments including a 2 year project in Cyprus and a project in Saudia Arabia.
Campbell, B.G., and A.L. Coes, 2007, Numerical Simulation of Ground-Water Flow within the Atlantic Coastal Plain Aquifers of North and South Carolina (abstract): Clemson University Hydrogeological Symposium
Halford. K.J., and B.G. Campbell, 2004, A unique approach to estimating lateral anisotropy in complex geohydrologic environments: Journal of Hydraulic Research, vol. 42, p. 70-79.
Campbell, B.G., and T.R. Campbell, 2000, Hydrogeology and numerical simulation of ground-water flow in the surficial aquifer at the former Naval Station Charleston, SC: Pacific Environmental Restoration Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, 10pp.http://www.perc2000.org/private/proceedings/GWCostEst.htm
Mirecki, J.E., B.G. Campbell, K.J. Conlon and, M.D. Petkewich 1998, Solute changes during aquifer storage recovery testing in a limestone/clastic aquifer: Ground Water, vol. 36, no. 3, pp. 394-403.
Campbell, B.G., J.E. Mirecki, K.J. Conlon, and M.D. Petkewich, 1997, Evaluation of aquifer storage recovery within the Santee Limestone / Black Mingo aquifer near Charleston, South Carolina 1993-95: American Water Resources Association Proceedings, Conjunctive Use of Water Resources: Aquifer Storage Recovery, Long Beach, California, pp.231-240.
Campbell, B.G., M.D. Petkewich, J.E. Landmeyer and F.H. Chapelle, 1995, Hydrogeology and intrinsic bioremediation potential of a manufactured gas plant site, Charleston, South Carolina: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1108.
Mirecki, J.E., K.J. Conlon and B.G. Campbell, 1995, Geochemical evolution of injected municipal water during an aquifer storage and recovery project, Charleston, South Carolina: American Geophysical Union, Baltimore, Maryland.
Campbell, B.G., 1992, Water-level declines in the Middendorf aquifer, Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties, South Carolina: American Water Resources Association National Symposium on the Future Availability of Ground Water Resources, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Gohn, G.S. and B.G. Campbell, 1991, Stratigraphic analysis of Cretaceous aquifers in the greater Charleston, South Carolina area: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs vol. 23.
Gohn ,G.S. and B.G. Campbell, 1991, Recent revisions to the stratigraphy of subsurface Cretaceous sediments in the Charleston, South Carolina area: South Carolina Geology vol. 34, nos. 1 and 2.