Emma White is a PhD candidate in Infrastructure Engineering at The University of Melbourne. Her research concerns the statistical evaluation of groundwater management effectiveness.
She is an experienced consulting Hydrogeologist and Groundwater Modeller.
Emma holds a B.Sc in Environmental Geology from The University of Calgary (2007), and a B.A in Classical Studies from The University of Melbourne (1999).
PhD Candidate, The University of Melbourne
Hydrogeologist and Technical Writer, Groundwater Solutions Inc.
Hydrogeologist, Matrix Solutions Inc
Research assistant, University of Calgary
University of Calgary, BSc Geology
The University of Melbourne, B.A. Classical Studies
Do groundwater management plans work? Modelling the effectiveness of groundwater management scenarios, White, E. K., J. Costelloe, T. J. Peterson, A. W. Western, and E. Carrara, Hydrogeol Journal.
Groundwater management plans - how well will they work?, White, E.K., Nature, Vol 566, 326
The best supervisor, White, E.K., Nature, Vol 562, pp 297
The Art of Triage, White, E. K., Science, Vol 357, Issue 6351
Can we manage groundwater? A method to determine the quantitative testability of groundwater management plans., White, E. K., T. J. Peterson, J. Costelloe, A. W. Western, and E. Carrara (2016), Water Resources Research, 52(6), 4863-4882.