Andrew J.B. Cohen, PhD
Andrew Cohen is a hydrogeologist located in New Jersey, USA. He received a Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. His focus is hydrogeologic investigations, contaminant fate and transport, conceptual site models, and groundwater education. Prior to his current roles in the environmental consulting industry and Adjunct Professor of Contaminant Hydrogeology at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, he was a Research Associate at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where he focused on hydrogeologic characterization and modeling of groundwater in fractured and faulted bedrock. He is now focused on the development of a free, online library of groundwater educational videos called the GroundwaterU Video Library, which he founded in January of this year.
The GroundwaterU Video Library is a free, online catalogue of high-quality educational videos for all things groundwater - from science and engineering to law and policy, in multiple languages and from around the world. An educational platform that serves to make groundwater knowledge accessible globally by way of high-quality and engaging educational videos. This presentation will describe the goals and value of the GroundwaterU
education initiative, how to use the website, and how volunteers can share their own expertise with a global audience via customized videos at no cost.
- Advocate the use of the GroundwaterU Video Library to help facilitate the spreading of groundwater knowledge.
- Give attendees the knowledge about the need for global groundwater education.
- Prepare attendees with the necessary directions for using the online library.
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