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  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. Hydrogeology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
hydrogeology (hydro meaning water, and -geology meaning the study of the Earth) is the area of geology that deals with the distribution and movement of
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You can improve this article by introducing more precise citations. Hydrogeology hydro- meaning water, and -geology meaning the study of the Earth) is the area of geology that deals with the distribution and movement of groundwater in the soil and rocks of the Earth's crust , (commonly in aquifers ). The term geohydrology is often used interchangeably. Some make the minor distinction between a hydrologist or engineer applying themselves to geology (geohydrology), and a geologist applying themselves to hydrology (hydrogeology).

2. GROUND WATER-Primer-Hydrogeology
hydrogeology is the part of hydrology that deals with the occurrence, movement and quality of water beneath the Earth s surface. Because hydrogeology deals
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.
Hydrogeology Menu:
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What is Ground Water?

What is a Ground Water Aquifer?

Water Movement in the Aquifer
Too Much Water Going Out

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3. GSA Hydrogeology Division
Programs, awards,and 2x/year newsletter of the Geological Society of America hydrogeology Division.
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Hydrogeology Division Home Contact Navigation
Welcome The Hydrogeologist This site is dedicated to serving the members of the Hydrogeology Division, as well as to the beneficial use of hydrogeologists everywhere. Contact us and let us know how we are doing, and what other features or information you would like to see here.
The Hydrogeologist is the Division's semi-annual newsletter. The most recent is the Fall 2007 issue (October 2007, Vol. 67).
Membership Map enlarge Images from Division Meetings
What's New Technical Sessions, 2007 Annual Meeting (Excel, posted 07/11/07). Spring 2007 Newsletter (pdf). Mann Mentorship Program Announcement - Are you interested in being a Hydrogeology mentor? It is a Rewarding Experience! (doc, posted 02/21/07). Mug Series
Mugs are available at the GSA national meeting, and through the Division Secretary-Treasurer. A limited number of earlier mugs in the series are also available ( more Images The photographs in the Images from Division Meetings are from 2003-2006. A new image appears on each web page refresh.

4. Stanford Hydrogeology Group Home Page
Stanford hydrogeology Program
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5. The Hydrogeologist's Home Page
hydrogeology is the theme of The Hydrogeologist s Home Page, a collection of hundreds of links to hydrogeological organizations, software and data
Welcome to The Hydrogeologist's Home Page!
Click the text above or the buttons to the right to access hundreds of links to hydrogeological organizations, software, data, jobs, and more.
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6. SpringerLink Home - Main asp?genre=issue issn=14312174 - Similar pages hydrogeology DepartmentThe hydrogeology Department (HD) consists of more than 50 scientists, postdocs, research associates, and graduate students carrying out a broad range of

7. Quarterly Journal Of Engineering Geology & Hydrogeology
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8. University Of Alabama Hydrogeology Group Home Page
The hydrogeology Program offers an interdisciplinary curriculum leading to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in the Department of Geological Sciences of the University
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9. Woburn Hydrogeology Data
wobbanner3.gif (14595 bytes). Woburn hydrogeology Data. Home Page. Brief History Virtual Tour Well Logs GeoTrans Digital Maps Precip. Data
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Welcome! This page was created as a data resource to anyone working with, or just curious about, the Woburn Massachusetts ground water contamination site featured in the best-selling book "A Civil Action" by Jonathan Harr and the Hollywood movie by the same name. This web site was originally developed as a resource for students in CE En 647 - Ground Water Modeling taught by Dr. Norm Jones at Brigham Young University . However, anyone is welcome to use the information found here.
Photo Gallery . Some great photos of people and places related to the Woburn case. USGS Plates . The maps related to the USGS study are now available. Complete NUS Report . The entire NUS report is now online. Including all of the plates. Virtual Tour . Take a tour of the site by viewing photos from several viewpoints. Well Logs . View of map of well log locations. The symbols on the map are linked to well log documents. Aerial Photos . Two new aerial photos in JPEG format. USGS topo map now in smaller JPEG format. I would like to thank all of the individuals and organizations that provided the data on this site, including:

10. Hydrogeology Of The Edwards Aquifer
Figure 5 shows a typical hydrogeologic dip section. This one runs from northwest to southeast through San Antonio. The Edwards limestone is divided by
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
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.

11. GFDI - Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute
The hydrogeology Consortium is a semiautonomous component of the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute based at Florida State University, but functions

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Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute:
  • developing hands-on geo-fluid dynamics lab demonstrations for students;
  • providing research support facilities: computing, photo and machine shops;
  • facilitating collaborative research
  • administering the GFD graduate program
  • administering a colloquium series in geophysical fluid dynamics;
  • hosting visiting professors and arranging meetings and short courses;
  • administering research contracts and grants
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  • December 14, 2007: "Retroflection from slanted Coastline - Modeling Rings Injection into the South Atlantic During Glacials/Interglacials"
  • Friday 10:30 a.m.
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  • Dissertation defense will follow the seminar.
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12. Resources Page
The field of hydrogeology is one of the largest employers of geologists. The fact that many geology graduates find employment in this field with only a
On the Cutting Edge - Professional Development for Geoscience Faculty Teaching Hydrogeology in the 21st Century Cutting Edge
Resources for Teaching Hydrogeology
The field of hydrogeology is one of the largest employers of geologists. The fact that many geology graduates find employment in this field with only a bachelor’s degree emphasizes the importance of teaching hydrogeology well at the undergraduate level.
This site contains a variety of resources for faculty members who teach undergraduate hydrogeology. You will find links to a growing collection of activities and assignments, internet and computer resources, useful articles, presentations from the summer 2005 workshop on teaching hydrogeology, working groups and a discussion forum, and lots of creative ideas for teaching hydrogeology.
Goals for teaching hydrogeology
What are we trying to accomplish in teaching entry-level hydrogeology courses? Participants at the workshop Teaching Hydrogeology in the 21st Century have offered their thoughts on what we might want students to be able to do after they have finished with an entry-level hydrogeology course.

13. Hydrogeology Information
The graduate program focuses on hydrogeology and related fields, such as geophysics, environmental sedimentology, stratigraphy, numerical modeling,
About Clemson University... Clemson is a land-grant, state-supported university, situated in the foothills of the southern Appalachian Mountains. The campus is spread over 840 acres surrounding the historic John C. Calhoun Mansion, and borders beautiful Hartwell Lake. Enrollment includes approximately 17,000 students with 3,500 graduate students. Overview of Graduate Study in the Department of Geological Sciences...
The graduate program focuses on hydrogeology and related fields, such as geophysics, environmental sedimentology, stratigraphy, numerical modeling, environmental geochemistry, and remediation. The program draws upon the expertise of faculty in the Department of Geological Sciences and in other departments of the College of Engineering and Science. Various financial aid opportunities are available to graduate students. Research Opportunities... There are research opportunities for graduate students in various areas, including the following: Biogeochemistry and Mineral Surface Chemistry
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14. UCL Hydrogeology Research Group
British research group. Describes current activities and capabilities in the use of tracers in hydrogeology, provides background on this technology and it
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Welcome to UCL's Hydrogeology Research Group The group combines expertise in theory, modelling, experimentation and field study
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UCL's Graduate Diploma in Hydrogeology and Groundwater Resources
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15. Hydrogeology Master's Program - Department Of Geography-Geology
The Master of Science in hydrogeology program is designed to equip students with the tools needed for a successful career in hydrogeology, whether in the
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Hydrogeology Masters Program
The Master of Science in Hydrogeology program is designed to equip students with the tools needed for a successful career in hydrogeology, whether in the private sector, government, or academia. Our graduate program is focused, offering only a masters degree and only in the field of hydrogeology. We offer a core curriculum of required courses that allow our graduates to claim the title of "hydrogeologist". The Department operates its own well field close to campus which serves as a focus of both teaching and research activities. We have a broad view of what hydrogeology means, particularly with respect to research. Students also have the opportunity to explore interests within almost any aspect of the hydrologic cycle through elective courses and thesis research. We also offer exposure to other aspects of geology, geography, and hydrogeology through the department's weekly seminar . Recent speakers have included the National Groundwater Association Darcy Lecturers Richelle Allen-King, Allen Shapiro, and Kip Solomon.

16. Hydrogeology Jobs
Provides various information about hydrogeology jobs including, what do hydrogeologists do, qualifications required and which companies hire hydrogeologists
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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 properties, quantity, and distribution of both surface and underground waters. Hydrogeology is an underground specialty within the broader field of water resources.
What is a hydrogeologist? What do they do?
A hydrogeologist evaluates the quality, quantity, reliability and sustainability of all aspects of water resources. With this information the hydrogeologist makes management recommendations.
They study the properties of underground and surface waters, locate water and energy resources. They may predict water-related geologic hazards or give environmental site assessments or advice on hazardous-waste-site remediation.
What do qualifications do hydrogeologists need?

17. Hydrogeology
hydrogeology. The aquifers that host the state s groundwater reservoirs represent a wide range of geologic materials, structures, and mineral compositions.
Idaho Geological Survey
Primacy over managing and regulating the state's water rights and water quality lies with the Idaho Departments of Water Resources and Environmental Quality, respectively. The Idaho Geological Survey, a non-regulatory agency, works closely with these and other state agencies, providing unbiased technical assistance, conducting applied hydrogeologic research, and mapping the geologic and hydrogeologic characteristics that are critical to informed water-resource decisions. Ground Water. Idaho's ground water is one of the state's most valuable natural resources. If water were so classified, it would be Idaho's most valuable mineral resource. Ground water accounts for over 20% of Idaho's 20 billion gallons of daily water usage and for over 92% of the state's drinking water supply. Over six trillion gallons of water are applied annually to almost four million irrigated acres of land, supporting a $5.3 billion agricultural economy. Half of this acreage is irrigated by ground water which represents only one fifth of all agricultural water usage, a fact that reflects the greater efficiency of sprinkler-based irrigation over flood irrigation methods. Hydrogeology.

18. Hydrogeology Symposium - Home Page
The 5th Washington hydrogeology Symposium will be held April 1214, 2005 at the Sheraton Convention Center in Tacoma, Washington.
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