Rick Devlin

Rick Devlin
Editor-in-Chief | Groundwater Monitoring and Remediation JournalEditor-in-Chief Groundwater Monitoring and Remediation Journal
Rick Devlin has been a professor in the Geology Department at the University of Kansas where he has worked since 2001.  His area of research is groundwater contamination and remediation, and the development of related characterization tools. He received a Pearson Medal for excellence in research in the Earth Sciences Department at the University of Waterloo  and was a recipient of an NSF Career Grant to study the use of granular iron (zero valent iron) in groundwater remediation. He was also awarded the Kemper Fellowship for excellence in teaching.  His patented inventions include the cross-injection system for introducing nutrients to aquifers for bioremediation, and the Point Velocity Probe (PVP) for the direct measurement of groundwater velocity.  He is currently Editor-in-Chief of the journal Groundwater Monitoring and Remediation.