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         Hydrogeology:     more books (100)
  1. Hydrogeology Field Manual, 2e by Willis Weight, 2008-01-07
  2. Applied Hydrogeology (4th Edition) by C.W. Fetter, 2000-11-26
  3. Contaminant Hydrogeology by C. W. Fetter, 2008-08-30
  4. Physical and Chemical Hydrogeology by Patrick A. Domenico, Franklin W. Schwartz, 1997-09-22
  5. Quantitative Hydrogeology: Groundwater Hydrology for Engineers by Ghislain De Marsily, 1986-06-11
  6. Field Hydrogeology (Geological Field Guide) by Rick Brassington, 2007-01-12
  7. Environmental Isotopes in Hydrogeology by Ian D. Clark, Peter Fritz, 1997-07-23
  8. Applied Stochastic Hydrogeology by Yoram Rubin, 2003-03-27
  9. Hydrogeology by Stanley N. Davis; Roger J.M. Dewiest, 1991-10-01
  10. Hydrogeology of Ore Deposits (Russian Translation Series) by N.I. Plotnikov, I.I. Roginets, 1989-01-01
  11. Mine Water Hydrogeology and Geochemistry (Special Publication) (No. 198) by Paul L. Younger, 2002-09-01
  12. Uranium, Mining and Hydrogeology
  13. Introduction to Hydrogeology, 2nd Edition: Unesco-IHE Delft Lecture Note Series by J.C. Nonner, 2009-12-04
  14. Principles of Hydrogeology, Third Edition by Paul F. Hudak, 2004-09-29

1. GSA Hydrogeology Division
GSA hydrogeology Division We apologize for any inconvenience. Last updated October 4, 2002, The GSA hydrogeology Division website location has changed as of Spring 2002.
GSA Hydrogeology Division
The GSA Hydrogeology Division website location has changed as of Spring 2002.
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2. Ingenta: All Issues
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Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology ISSN 1470-9236
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Volume 32 (1999) through Volume 36 (2003) Publisher: Geological Society see publisher's website see journal home page LATEST NEXT PREVIOUS EARLIEST Volume 36, Issue 1, 2003 Volume 35, Issue 4, 2002 Volume 35, Issue 3, 2002 Volume 35, Issue 2, 2002 Volume 35, Issue 1, 2002 LATEST NEXT PREVIOUS EARLIEST Publisher: Geological Society terms and conditions

3. GROUND WATER-Primer-Hydrogeology
hydrogeology Research Program. Overview. . The Program. Facilities
Hydrology is the science of water occurrence, movement and transport. Hydrogeology is the part of hydrology that deals with the occurrence, movement and quality of water beneath the Earth's surface. Because hydrogeology deals with water in a complex subsurface environment, it is a complex science. On the other hand, much of its basic terminology and principles can be understood readily by non-hydrogeologists. This section presents basic terms and principles of hydrogeology. The first section introduces many key terms and concepts in definition form. Subsequent definitions include graphics to aid in explanation. The following sections introduce principles of a ground water movement, using these terms. Graphics are included to further define terms and illustrate concepts.
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4. Hydrogeology Research Group, University Of Tennessee, Knoxville
Conducts research on contaminant transport in groundwater and agedating of groundwater.
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5. Hydrogeology Of Washington State Symposium - Home Page
Periodic conference covering topics in the state's ground and surface waters, as well as geology. To be held April 810, 2003 in Tacoma. Includes announcements and information about past events.
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6. Content Of The Journal Of Hydrogeology And Environment (HU) - Edited By The Depa
Complete list of titles and abstracts of the Journal of hydrogeology and Environment, journal of the Department of hydrogeology and Environment at the Institute of Geology, University of W¼rzburg.
HU - Journal of Hydrogeology and Environment
Journal of the Department of Hydrogeology and Environment
ISSN 09309-3757 German version
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7.   Earth Sciences
The School of Earth Sciences at the University of Birmingham UK offering facilities to study for your first degree BSc/MSci in Geology, Resource and Applied Geology or Environmental Geoscience. Also offering BSc programmes in Geology with Biology, Geology and Geography, or Geology and Archaeology. Research areas include Geophysics, hydrogeology, Palaeobiology, and Orogenic Processes and Basin Studies.
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8. Hydrogeology -- SUNY Oswego
The hydrogeology Program offers an interdisciplinary curriculum leading to M.S. degrees in the Department of Geological Sciences.
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9. GEOLINK - GIS Technologies And Software Development In Hydrogeology And Environm
Download GIS GeoLink 2.0 a powerful generalpurpose geographic information system designed for solving Category Science Environment Water Resources Groundwater Software......GEOLINK (Moscow, Russia) GIS technologies, software development, outsourcing consulting servises in hydrogeology and environmental geology.
Company Outsourcing GeoLink 2.0 GIS Mobile Solutions ... Contact Us Home Site Map Geolink software development department succeeded in ISO 9001:2000 certification appraisal. Implementation of ISO-certified QM system bears witness to GEOLINK ongoing commitment to satisfy highest quality standards and customer's requirements. ( more... Geolink launches new development project - software system for resuscitation department Central Monitoring Station (CMS). ( more... ProxyTrader launches innovative rule-based program trading system for individual investors developed by Geolink. ProxyTrader unique technology allows individual investors to program and execute trading strategies. GeoLink 2.0 GIS - a powerful general-purpose geographic information system. Its key features: Targeted at solving hydrogeological, environmental, natural resources management and related problems Supports data exchange with widespread GIS formats Includes convenient vector editor, tools for map legend editing and working with grids Various add-on applications are available Download new GeoLink 2.12 for free

10. Abstract: Hydrogeology Of The Surficial Aquifer In The Vicinity Of A Former Land
hydrogeology of the surficial aquifer in the vicinity of a former landfill, Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Camden County, Georgia.
Hydrogeology of the surficial aquifer in the vicinity of a former landfill, Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Camden County, Georgia David C. Leeth U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 98-4246, 28 p.
Neogene and Quaternary sediments constitute the surficial aquifer beneath the study area; in descending order from youngest to oldest these include-the Quaternary undifferentiated surficial sand and Satilla Formation; the Pliocene(?) Cypresshead Formation; and the middle Miocene Coosawhatchie Formation. Beneath the surficial aquifer, the upper Brunswick aquifer consists of part of the lower Miocene Marks Head Formation. Continuous and synoptic water-level measurements in the water-table zone, from October 1995 to April 1997, indicate the presence of a water-table high beneath and adjacent to the former landfill-the surface of which varies about 5 feet with time because of recharge and discharge. Water-level data from clustered wells also suggest that restriction of vertical ground-water flow begins to occur at an altitude of about 5 to 10 feet below sea level (35 to 40 feet below land surface) in the water-table zone because of the increasing clay content of the Cypresshead Formation. To obtain a copy of the full report, you may call the U.S. Geological Survey office in Atlanta at (770) 903-9100, or send e-mail to

11. Department Of Hydrogeology And Environment - Institute Of Geology At The Univers
Information on research, faculty and associated people, general contact information and class description Category Science Earth Sciences Geology Academic Departments......University of Würzburg (Germany). Department of hydrogeology and Environment.
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12. Hydrogeology Program At University Of Illinois
Program overview, research partners, software tools, and publications.
The Hydrogeology Program
The Hydrogeology Program at the University of Illinois is an active group of faculty, staff, and students who study fluid migration and chemical reaction in the Earth's subsurface. The group is best known for developing and applying numerical models of subsurface processes, and for applying isotopic methods to study groundwater flow. Many of its research efforts fall along three lines: studying the migration of deep fluids, including petroleum, through sedimentary basins and simulating important processes in environmental geochemistry, such as the mobility of heavy metals in drainage from historic mining districts, and applying isotopic techniques in new ways to study groundwater flow and reaction. The program maintains a complete computational laboratory with a professional programming staff, and facilities for isotopic analysis.
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13. Springer LINK: Hydrogeology Journal
The Springer Journal hydrogeology Journal publishes papers in boththeoretical and applied aspects of hydrogeology. Springer LINK,
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ISSN: print edition 1431-2174
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14. Springer LINK: Hydrogeology Journal - Contents
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15. Hydrogeology, Water Quality, And Land Management
of the Big Spring study conducted by several government agencies in Clayton County, Iowa.......
Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey Bureau,
Open File Report 83-3, 1983, 255 p. ABSTRACT The Big Spring study is the second phase of an assessment of groundwater quality in the karst-carbonate aquifers in NE Iowa. The project is jointly funded and conducted by the Iowa Geological Survey (IGS), Iowa Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ Contract No. 85-5500-02), and the U.S.D.A.-Soil Conservation Service (SCS), with assistance from the Iowa Conservation Commission (ICC), University Hygienic Laboratory (UHL), and U.S. Geological Survey. Staff from other institutions have participated in a consultative role, including personnel from Iowa State University, the Cooperative Extension Service, the U.S.D.A.-Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, and the Iowa Department of Soil Conservation. The Big Spring study was designed to provide a controlled assessment of a karst groundwater basin. This allows a more thorough understanding of the groundwater quality, the processes resulting in groundwater degradation, and evaluation of possible control measures or management practices. The Big Spring area was chosen because: 1) prior knowledge of the groundwater system in the Galena aquifer existed; 2) ICC and SCS had specific concerns with water-quality and landuse in the area; and 3) the ICC Fish Hatchery at Big Spring allowed the direct measurement of groundwater discharge from the basin, which is generally impossible in other areas.

16. Hydrogeology Of The Edwards Aquifer
hydrogeology of the Edwards Aquifer
Hydrogeology of the Edwards Aquifer
Formation of the Edwards Aquifer Present Hydrogeology Movement and Storage of Water in the Aquifer Water Quality and Aquifer Protection
Formation of the Edwards Aquifer
The key to why the Edwards is a good aquifer lies in the fact that the limestone was exposed, extensively eroded, and then covered over again with new limestone formations. When the Edwards limestone was exposed, erosion created cavities and conduits and made the limestone unit capable of holding and transmitting water. When it was covered over again, the new sediments were relatively impermeable and formed a confining unit . The story of how the Aquifer formed begins a long time ago... About 500-600 million years ago in the Paleozoic era, long before the calcium precipitate that became the Edwards limestone was deposited on the seafloor, the area that is now the Gulf of Mexico was high and mountainous and an ancient sea came in from the northwest. A shoreline extended through Texas from southwest to northeast and sediments from erosion were fed to the northwest (see Figure 1). By the Jurassic period of the Mesozoic era, about 200 million years ago, a massive change had occurred that no one really completely understands.

17. University Of Alabama Hydrogeology Group Home Page
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18. Hydrologic Sciences Program At UNR
Welcome to the Graduate Program of Hydrologic Sciences (HS), formerly the Graduate Program of Hydrology/hydrogeology (H/H).

19. Hydrogeology Division Of The Geological Society Of America
Welcome to the homepage for the hydrogeology Division of the Geological Society of America. The division was founded in 1959, with the late Burke Maxey acting as Chairperson.
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20.   Earth Sciences
hydrogeology. The core of the research programme of the hydrogeologyResearch Group is concerned with identifying and quantifying
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The core of the research programme of the Hydrogeology Research Group is concerned with identifying and quantifying the physical and chemical processes governing the movement and fate of contaminants in groundwater systems. Two vital aspects of this research are (i) the identification of these processes through existing and new data collection technologies and strategies and, (ii) the representation of the processes in quantitative modelling tools and procedures. The group's aim is to know how to predict contaminant fluxes in the subsurface at all spatial and temporal scales relevant to decision making. The research of the group is building on recent successes in attracting European Community, NERC and EPSRC awards as well as industrial and Environment Agency funding. Through ongoing projects and through planned initiatives, the group's staff and students will address two complementary research areas:

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