About the occurrence, hydrology, chemistry, water-supply development, water quality protection, and other aspects of groundwater (subsurface water).
Describes research on the behavior of carbon dioxide in hydrogeologic systems, aimed at developing systems for storing carbon in saline aquifers.
Mission is to protect and conserve the underground water resources for the current and future residents of Fayette County, Texas. Offers publications, information on projects and services as well as general information.
A forum for technical discussions; announcement of new software; calls for abstracts and papers; conference and workshop announcements; and summaries of research results, recent publications, and case studies.
B.C. ministry site, with general ground water information, water well data, information on groundwater consultants, and links.
Generic and local information on the occurrence, movement, and management of ground water.
Conducts research on contaminant transport in groundwater and age-dating of groundwater.
Technical papers of Mr. C. P. Kumar, Scientist, National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee - 247667 (Uttaranchal), India.
Bibliography, computer codes, directory of researchers, and other information resources related to salt water intrusion into coastal groundwater aquifers.
Dedicated to the education about and preservation of our most important natural resource.
Publications lists and other information from the Brusseau research group, which investigates the fate and transport of contaminants in the subsurface.
Source of information and a platform for information exchange on groundwater topics in and for the UK.
Hydrogeology research including groundwater resources, numerical modelling, geochemistry, g/w contamination and remediation. Taught programmes include hydrogeology and hydroinformatics MSc courses, CPD modules and short courses.
Report from a European Union project to develop statistical methods for data aggregation for assessment of groundwater quality status, including trend assessment.
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