Dr. O’Reilly is a Research Hydrologist with the Watershed Physical Processes Research Unit located in Oxford, Mississippi. His research supports sustainable management of groundwater dependent agroecosystems, focusing on vadose-zone and groundwater hydrology, contaminant transport and fate, data-driven and physics-based modeling, and engineering solutions including managed aquifer recharge and green infrastructure.
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- Application of electrical resistivity tomography for aquifer characterization at Shellmound, Mississippi-(Abstract Only)
- Physical, chemical, and mineralogical controls on retardation of anatoxin-a migration by sorption to natural soils with implications for groundwater protection -(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hobart, J.L., O'Reilly, A.M., Gifford, J.N. 2022. Physical, chemical, and mineralogical controls on retardation of anatoxin-a migration by sorption to natural soils with implications for groundwater protection. Water. 14(18):2869. https://doi.org/10.3390/w14182869.
Science and Technologies for Improving Soil and Water Resources in Agricultural Watersheds In-House Appropriated (D) Accession Number:441647 FY 2021 Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) ARS Benchmark Watershed Assessment Studies (on Croplands) - Oxford, MS (Bingner) Interagency Reimbursable Agreement (I) Accession Number:441008 No news articles listed for this employee.