Glen B Carleton

My main area of focus has been groundwater-flow modeling, with particular emphasis on stormwater infiltration and groundwater mounding, flow and solute transport in fractured-rock aquifers, and variable-density saltwater intrusion modeling. 


I have a wide range of project experience including working on Superfund sites, effects of land-use change on groundwater quality, groundwater/surface-water interactions, determining the hydrogeology of coastal-plain and valley-fill aquifers, and simulation of effects of sea-level rise and changes in groundwater withdrawals. Field experience includes measuring stream base flow and  aquifer water levels;  installation of drive points, shallow wells, and supervision of deep-well installation; surveying (optical and GNSS); and borehole geophysical logging.