Boutt receives grant from state, awarded top international lectureship.

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Associate Professor David Boutt received an award from the state of Massachusetts to continue monitoring isotopes in groundwater across the state. These data can be used to examine the impacts of drought vs. wet weather on groundwater. Read more at the Daily Hampshire Gazette.Boutt has also been named the Birdsall-Dreiss Distinguished Lecturer for 2018 by the Geological Society of America’s (GSA) hydrogeology division. The award is based on “outstanding contributions to hydrogeology or a closely related field through original research and public communication, and the potential for continued contributions to the profession.”  Read more about this award, and Dave's achievements, here.