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What is hydrogeology?
Hydrogeology is the study of groundwater and its qualities: flow, amount, speed, direction, sustainability, extraction or replenishment capabilities. Hydrology includes this and the study of the http://www.unixl.com -

Assessing the Hydraulic Performance of a Bioremediation Curtain for Plume G

Posted By KateM in Hydrogeology

We describe in this webpage a 3D flow and transport modeling effort for a contaminated aquifer at the Schoolcraft site in western Michigan (Figure 1) using Interactive Groundwater (IGW) (Li and Liu, in review). The ultimate goal is to design a broadly applicable ‘‘biocurtain'' which be applied to remediate this site using a periodic recirculation well gallery installed normal to groundwater flow. http://www.egr.msu.edu -

The Hydrogeologist Time Capsule: Interviews with the founders of hydrogeology

Posted By maplover in Hydrogeology

The Hydrogeologist Time Capsule is a collection of interviews of eminent hydrogeologists who have made a material difference to our profession. Many of the videos are complemented by a biographical note published in the Profile series of Hydrogeology Journal. Those interviewed are respected individuals from around the world who have profoundly affected hydrogeology. We are often aware of their wo http://timecapsule.ecodev.ch -

MIT Open Course Material | Groundwater Hydrology (Graduate Level)

Posted By aqua in Hydrogeology

This course covers fundamentals of subsurface flow and transport, emphasizing the role of groundwater in the hydrologic cycle, the relation of groundwater flow to geologic structure, and the management of contaminated groundwater. The class includes laboratory and computer demonstrations. http://ocw.mit.edu -

Saving the shoreline, one parcel at a time

Posted By vbilvardi in Fluid Mechanics

Thousands of acres along the shore of the Chesapeake Bay and five of its largest tributaries in Maryland have been targeted by a national land conservation group as part of a long-term plan to buy individual parcels and turn them into one of the nation's largest systems of open spaces, public parks and water-access points. http://www.baltimoresun.com -

Simulation Modeling for Efficient Groundwater Management in Balasore Coastal Basin, India

Posted By Ryan13 in Hydrogeology

The Balasore coastal groundwater basin in Orissa, India is under a serious threat of overdraft and seawater intrusion. The overexploitation resulted in abandoning many shallow tubewells in the basin. The main intent of this study is the development of a 2-D groundwater flow and transport model of the basin using the Visual MODFLOW package for analyzing the aquifer response to various pumping stra http://www.springerlink.com -

There's a steady demand for scientists who study the movement and chemistry of water.

Posted By aquadoc in Hydrogeology

When hydrogeologists talk about their field, one word keeps coming up: "recession-proof." While geologists in the energy and mineral industries face roller-coaster hiring-and-firing cycles, those who study the movement and chemistry of water seeping through rocks and sediment find demand for their expertise almost as steady as the flow of groundwater itself. http://sciencecareers.sciencemag.org -