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  1. Groundwater Lowering in Construction: A Practical Guide by P.M. Cashman, Martin Preene, 2002-10-04
  2. Metals in Groundwater by Herbert E. Allen, E. Michael Perdue, et all 1993-07-23
  3. Groundwater Modelling in Arid and Semi-Arid Areas (International Hydrology Series)
  4. Groundwater Treatment Technology by Evan K. Nyer, 2009-01-20
  5. The Water of the Jordan Valley: Scarcity and Deterioration of Groundwater and its Impact on the Regional Development
  6. Groundwater Recharge and Wells: A Guide to Aquifer Storage Recovery by R. David G. Pyne, 1995-02-06
  7. Urban Groundwater Management and Sustainability (NATO Science Series: IV: Earth and Environmental Sciences) by John H. Tellam, 2006-10-23
  8. To Hell in a Handbasket (Kennebec Large Print Superior Collection) by Beth Groundwater, 2010-09-15
  9. 3D-Groundwater Modeling with PMWIN: A Simulation System for Modeling Groundwater Flow and Transport Processes by Wen-Hsing Chiang, 2005-08
  10. Groundwater Contamination in the United States by Ruth Patrick, Emily Ford, et all 1987-11-01
  11. Groundwater Recharge In A Desert Environment: The Southwestern United States. (Water Science and Application)
  12. Groundwater Modeling Using Geographical Information Systems by George F. Pinder, 2002-07-15
  13. Groundwater Hydrology by U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, 2005-01-30
  14. The Epsilon Eridani Alternative by Beth Groundwater, 2009-12-07

81. Hamilton To New Baltimore Groundwater Consortium
Creates a special incentive to protect groundwater resources in order to insure a clean, reliable Category Regional North America Ohio Localities H Hamilton......groundwater is critical to communities in southwest Ohio for most, it is the onlyavailable source of water for residential, commercial, and industrial water
Groundwater is critical to communities in southwest Ohio - for most, it is the only available source of water for residential, commercial, and industrial water needs. This reliance creates a special incentive to protect valuable groundwater resources in order to insure a clean, reliable source of water for continued community growth.
In 1991, seven major public, private, and industrial groundwater producers in southern Butler and northern Hamilton Counties, Ohio, began working on a joint groundwater protection program known as the Wellhead Protection Program (WHPP). The multi-jurisdictional, multiple supplier approach taken by Hamilton to New Baltimore Groundwater Consortium was one of Ohio's first.
The purpose of this web page is to help those who depend on groundwater for their drinking water have a better understanding of:
  • What groundwater is;
    How groundwater can become contaminated;
    The Consortium's Wellhead Protection Program;
    What you can do to help protect your drinking water source.
The site also includes information related to:

82. Geoconsultants, LLC Is An Environmental Services And Geological Engineering Firm
An environmental services and geological engineering firm, created to serve clients with environmental, energy, and water supply needs including comprehensive environmental and geological services, site remediation, environmental monitoring, health and safety, project and construction management, and groundwater engineering.
Our Company GEO Consultants, LLC (GEO) is an environmental services and geological engineering firm, created to serve clients with environmental, energy, and water supply needs. Our founding partners, with over 60 years of combined experience, left successful careers with large technology-based firms to start GEO in 1997. Our management staff blends the large-company culture of project planning, execution, and quality control with small-company flexibility and responsiveness. GEO's experienced staff of engineers, geologists, and technicians is uniquely qualified to diagnose and resolve the most challenging logistical and technical problems at large or small operating facilities.
Our clients' priorities are our priorities. We emphasize service, technical competency, and providing timely, cost-effective solutions. Our Services GEO offers comprehensive environmental and geological services including site remediation, environmental monitoring, health and safety support, project and construction management, and groundwater engineering.

83. Grimsel Test Site, Switzerland - Phase V
Deep underground rock laboratory in the Swiss Alps, operated by a consortium of countries and companies investigating longterm chemical and nuclear waste disposal. Describes planned and ongoing research projects in radionuclide transport, rock characterization, fiber optic monitoring, groundwater modelling, gas migration, and other areas.
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Radionuclide Migration Experiment (MI) - Raw Data - Downloads

84. Resources & Systems International, Inc.
Specializing in watershed management, multiaquifer groundwater systems, surface water resources, and litigation support. Based in Blacksburg, Virginia.

Resources and Systems International, Inc. RASI ), is committed to developing and encouraging use of innovative and cost effective solutions to the complex environmental and water resources problems. RASI has established a multidisciplinary team of nationally and internationally recognized scientists and engineers, who are at cutting edge of this technology. This team is dedicated to provide high quality services in the areas of environment, watershed and water resources management, planning, and development in the US and overseas. RASI specializes in watershed planning and management, involving multi-aquifer groundwater systems, and surface water resources. RASI offers environmental consulting in remedial design, risk assessment and management, modeling surface water and groundwater contamination from industrial, commercial, agricultural nonpoint chemical sources, hydrocarbon spills, leaking underground tanks, landfills, and seawater intrusion. RASI develops innovative computer models, provides litigation support services including expert witnesses and advanced computer animations to make site data easily understandable to everyone. RASI offers high quality training for environmental professionals, managers, and regulators.

85. American Petroleum Institute - Environment, Health & Safety - Groundwater Protec
American Petroleum Institute compilation of online technical information on fuel oxygenates (primarily MTBE) in soil, groundwater and surface water. Includes both APIgenerated material and information from other sources.
Clean Air Clean Water Global Climate Change Health ... Groundwater Protection Welcome. Today is Saturday, March 22 Printer-Friendly Format MTBE Resource Center
This page is a gateway to technical information on fuel oxygenates in soil, groundwater and surface water. Most of the information found in this page concerns MTBE. However, material on other oxygenates may also be found here. Links are provided to API-generated material as well as to information sources outside of API.
Fact Sheets and Primers
"Ten Frequently Asked Questions About MTBE in Water"
API Soil and Groundwater Research Bulletin No. 3. March 1998. PDF Format. "Environmental behavior and fate of methyl tert -butyl ether (MTBE)"
Squillace, P.J., Pankow, J.F., Korte, N.E., and Zogorski, J.S., 1996, U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet, FS-203-96, 6 p. (revised 2/98). (PDF Format) EPA Drinking Water Advisory: Consumer Acceptability Advice and Health Effects Analysis on Methyl Tertiary-Butyl Ether (MtBE)
Documents EPA conclusion from a review of existing studies that keeping MTBE concentrations in the range of 20 to 40 micrograms per liter (µg/L) of water or below will likely avert unpleasant taste and odor effects in drinking water. EPA Office of Underground Storage Tanks Fact Sheet Page.

86. Seepage/Groundwater Modeling Software
Seepage/groundwater Modeling Software. Welcome to the ASCE GeoInstitute Seepage/groundwaterModeling Software web pages. groundwater Modeling System (GMS).
ASCE Geo-Institute
Seepage/Groundwater Modeling Software
Welcome to the ASCE Geo-Institute Seepage/Groundwater Modeling Software web pages. These pages are a part of the web site for the ASCE Geo-Institute Computer Applications Committee . This site contains a summary of links to sites describing software used for seepage/groundwater flow modeling. If you have a web page describing seepage/groundwater modeling software, you may submit a request to add a link from this page to your site. All requests are reviewed by the page moderator : The data contained in this web site is provided for information only. ASCE does not recommend or endorse any of the software that is listed on this site.
Summary of Links
A large number of links have been added to this page. In order to help you quickly review the links, a simple list of the links is provided here. The links are also repeated below in an expanded format with a short paragraph describing each link. Department of Defense Groundwater Modeling System (GMS) GCT/Partnership in Computation Sciences Hydrology Web Groundwater Remediation Project ... Visual BlueBird/SPLIT
Extended Summary of Links
Groundwater Modeling System (GMS) Contact: R. Jeffrey Davis

87. SDSU Center For Inland Waters Salton Sea Website
Education and research center based at San Diego State University. Areas of interest include water supply and use, water law and policy in the American Southwest and northwestern Mexico, groundwater hydrology, water quality and pollution, aquaculture, restoration, and wildlife protection.
Basin-Delta Mothersite Salton Sea Home Page The San Diego State University CENTER FOR INLAND WATERS
A New Resource
Students, Teachers, Researchers, Decisionmakers, and the General Public Director

Stuart H. Hurlbert, Professor of Biology Executive Committee
Kathe Bertine, Professor of Geological Sciences
Richard M. Gersberg , Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health
Richard D. Wright, Professor of Geography
Tim Hushen, Program Management Director, SDSU Foundation
Victor Miguel Ponce, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Charles C. Trees, Research Professor of Hydro-Optics and Remote Sensing Salton Sea, Imperial and Mexicali Valleys Lake Hodges spilling, Spring 1993 Santa Margarita River Watershed Joan S. Dainer, Webmaster

88. Understanding Groundwater, G93-1128-A
This NebGuide provides information on how groundwater exists, where it exists,and how it moves. Key definitions are highlighted. Understanding groundwater.
Understanding Groundwater
This NebGuide provides information on how groundwater exists, where it exists, and how it moves. Key definitions are highlighted. William L. Kranz, Extension Irrigation Specialist
DeLynn R. Hay, Extension Water Resources Specialist
James W. Goeke, Research Hydrologist Previous Category Catalog Order Info Water is the life blood of every living creature on earth. Approximately 70 percent of the earth's surface is covered with water. Through the wonders of nature, water can take on many different forms, from the water we drink, to the ice we use to chill a glass of lemonade, to the water vapor used to steam clean equipment. It is easy to understand the significance water plays in our lives, but it may be much more difficult to understand the water that exists below the earth's surface, called groundwater. Groundwater provides approximately 85 percent of the water used for human consumption in Nebraska, yet by its very location it tends to be somewhat mysterious. Despite much available information, groundwater's existence, movement, quantity and quality remain a mystery to many. For example, some individuals think groundwater is stored in a vast underground lake; others believe Nebraska's groundwater comes from the Rocky Mountains flowing in underground rivers. These notions are incorrect descriptions of groundwater in Nebraska.

89. EnviroScape -- Environmental Models For School And Community Education
Demonstration kits for teaching about water pollution and its prevention. Topics include nonpoint source pollution, wetlands, coastal zones, groundwater, and landfills.
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90. Illinois Groundwater Consortium
Working toward providing a scientifically valid basis for agricultural Category Science Environment Professional Associations......The Illinois groundwater Consortium (IGC) was established in 1990 to investigatethe short and long-term effects of agricultural chemical contamination on
About the IGC
The Illinois Groundwater Consortium (IGC) was established in 1990 to investigate the short- and long-term effects of agricultural chemical contamination on groundwater, the environment, and, ultimately, human health and welfare. IGC members—the Illinois State Geological Survey , the Illinois State Water Survey Southern Illinois University Carbondale Southern Illinois University Edwardsville , the University of Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station , and the University of Illinois Cooperative Extension Service —have been working toward providing a scientifically valid basis for agricultural management and regulatory decisions affecting groundwater. The IGC is funded by Congressional appropriations through the U.S. Department of Agriculture and is administered by SIUC's Office of Research Development and Administration.
Current Emphasis
2003 Request for Proposals (PDF file) The IGC has funded basic research studies on groundwater, particularly groundwater contamination and the effects of flooding on groundwater and surface water in Illinois. More recently, the consortium has emphasized the relationship between land use practices, particularly urban and industrial growth, and water quality and quantity. The current emphasis is on building models for policy-maker and resource managers.
The IGC funds grants on a competitive basis from proposals submitted by consortium members only (see list of institutions above). The

91. Watersaver Company, Inc. - Liner Manufacturers
USA. Manufacturers of geomembranes for landscaping, erosion control and groundwater protection applications, from polypropylene, polyvinylchloride and polyethylene. Access to technical data review and download area, upon registration.

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92. DOE HPCC - Partnership In Computational Sciences (PICS)
Grand Challenges in groundwater Remediation. groundwater Transport Movies (MPEGformat). The movies should have a blue grid, and a green contaminant plume.
Grand Challenges in Groundwater Remediation
Groundwater, the potable water supply for over half of the U.S. population, is increasingly threatened by organic, inorganic and radioactive pollutants. Remediation methods are extremely, potentially prohibitively, expensive and unpredictable in their success. The mathematically based numerical model is an important tool to predict and plan groundwater management programs and remediation strategies. Current limitations of this method introduce uncertainties into rational planning for many human activities, including energy production, manufacturing, agriculture, and waste disposal. Modeling efforts are hampered by three issues: the proper mathematical description of the physics and chemistry governing flow and transport, the sparsity of data characterizing any one site, and the computational power required to apply sophisticated models to realistic situations. The Grand Challenge addresses the issues of data sparsity and computational power. Advances in these two areas will provide valuable information and tools to improve the third: mathematical descriptions of the problem. The only foreseeable technology to address the computational power requirement is massively parallel computing. Both in its hardware and software aspects, this is an emerging technology. The purpose of this project is to develop this technology

93. Solinst Groundwater Monitoring Instruments And Surface Water Monitoring Instrume
Manufactures high quality hydrogeological and hydrological instrumentation. groundwater monitoring Category Science Environment Water......High quality groundwater monitoring instruments and surface water monitoringinstruments including water level measurement devices, groundwater samplers
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Groundwater Monitoring Instruments
Uses: Groundwater Monitoring Instruments are designed to obtain surface or ground water samples, continuous or manual water level measurements and recordings of concentrations of various water parameters. The data collected can be used to estimate hydraulic conductivity and other aquifer conditions; to monitor potable water recharge areas; and to monitor tailings ponds, dewatering activities and water supply levels of mines. Solinst equipment is used to monitor groundwater for general site investigations and for contaminant plume monitoring on: spill sites, remediation sites, chemical storage facilities, landfill sites and hazardous waste storage sites. Click this link for a (text only) version of the Solinst Web Site.

94. Groundwater & Surface Water: Understanding The Interaction
groundwater Surface Water Understanding the Interaction. A Guide for WatershedPartnerships. groundwater A Hidden Resource. Introduction. Water.
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Building Local Partnerships Getting to Know Your Watershed Managing Conflict ... Interaction TMDLs What's a TMDL? TMDL Facts Getting Started on TMDLs Your State TMDL List Stretch your mind Watershed Quiz Conference Calendar Web-Based Training Other Resources Key Resource Links Library of Tools Leader/Focus Newsletters ... News Archive Know Your Watershed is coordinated by Conservation Technology Information Center We are honored by the many local, state, regional and national partners who have linked to this site. If you wish to establish a link, please do it. We do ask that you send suggestions for making this site more useful to

95. BESST INC. - Best Environmental Subsurface Sampling Technologies
Suppliers of soil, soilgas and groundwater sampling devices that utilize inert gas technologies to minimize VOC loss.
Our goal is to provide our customers with the highest quality soil, soil-gas and groundwater samples in the industry. We have accomplished this goal by providing our customers with the most reliable sampling devices. BESST INC. supplies the environmental industry with the most accurate multiphase sampling devices such as the Maxi Probe, Mini Probe and H2-Vape. BESST INC. is also the exclusive distributor of the BarCad System. The BarCad is a cost effective, easy to install, easy to operate and accurate monitoring well system that does not use pumps or bailers . Please peruse our website to learn more about how our products work and how they can help you obtain cost-effective, accurate groundwater, soil, and soil-gas samples. The website is best viewed in 800X600 var site="sm4BESST"

96. Hays Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
Works to conserve, preserve, recharge and prevent waste of groundwater within western Hays County. Information on board meetings, rules, and well monitoring, with downloadable forms.

97. Arsenic Groundwater Contamination Of Bangladesh
Includes collections of links, news reports, and articles on the groundwater contamination crisis.
This page is dedicated for the Rural poor Bangladeshis, who are
fighting for safe drinking water.
ICBEN 2002

Groundwater in Bangladesh is contaminated with Arsenic, which occurs naturally in alluvial and deltaic sediments.
    The first official detection in 1993 and subsequent confirmation after 1995 of high levels of Arsenic in numerous shallow and deep wells in various parts of the country has raised serious health concerns. Recent investigations, though incomplete, confirm that the occurrence of Arsenic in groundwater is more widespread than assumed at first and that it already affects a large number of people. The latest statistics available on the arsenic contamination in groundwater indicates that 59 districts around 85% of the total area of Bangladesh and about 75 million people are at risk. It is estimated that at least 1.2 million people are exposed to Arsenic poisoning with 24 of millions potentially exposed.
The reported number of patients seriously affected by arsenic in drinking water has now risen to 8500 demands extensive research in this field.
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98. Barker, Lemar And Associates
Environmental engineering for water, groundwater, soil, environment, environmental, civil works, landfill, remediation, solid waste, radioactive, nuclear, other.
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99. SAGTA - The Soil And Groundwater Technology Association
Soil and groundwater Technology Association (SAGTA) homepage, detailing SAGTA'saims, membership, activities, reports, interaction with contaminated land

100. Index
Collection of articles on soil/groundwater remediation technology and the general understanding of the biogeochemical dynamics of the subsurface.
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If you have comments or suggestions, e-mail me at This site is designed to provide information on environmental issues, remediation technology, and the general understanding of the biogeochemical dynamics of the subsurface. That is a multi-disciplinary pursuit. It includes chemistry, microbiology, physics, and geohydrology. At last the Review of Oxidation Technology is available. Next a white paper on Anaerobic Bio-Oxidation Technology and an exapansion of the Nano Scale Iron white paper. This is the content rich core of the site, this link takes you to an index of over 35 articles and columns on remediation technology.
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