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  • Regional groundwater modeling

    Advanced Regional Groundwater Modeling Software SoilVision Systems Ltd. is pleased to announce the addition of regional groundwater modeling capabilities to SVFlux as well as our complementary 3D products.     The Finite Element Code Advantage Finite element code allows modeling of more complex geometries and boundaries than with ...


    By SoilVision Systems Ltd.

  • Groundwater development is not the answer for Africa

    Research showing the extent of Africa's significant groundwater reserves should not detract from the real challenges to meeting the continent's drinking water demands, argues Roger Calow, head of the Overseas Development Institute's Water Policy Programme. Recent research has found that Africa's groundwater resources — water found in non-renewable aquifers underground — are 100 times ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Groundwater evaluation platform

    SuperGeo Technologies has developed a data platform for groundwater recharge areas in order to evaluate the recharge potential. The platform is able to assist researchers in delimiting groundwater recharge areas and also in determining parameters such as recharge rate, pumping rate, flow rate and recharge potential. Water resource protection is one of the most important policies in Taiwan. ...


    By SuperGeo Technologies

  • Videos promote groundwater fields of study, careers

    With a projected shortage of 135,000 geoscientists expected to occur in the United States within the next 10 years, the National Ground Water Association is promoting two new videos spotlighting groundwater fields of study and careers to precollege and college students. A two-minute video primarily targets secondary school students interested in science and/or the outdoors. Groundwater ...

  • Sanitas Technologies Releases Sanitas v.9.0 Ground Water Statistical Software Program

    Software used nationwide for ground water statistical analyses by waste management companies, environmental engineers and consultants, state and local government agencies, electric utilities, industrial, chemical and ammunition manufacturers, and refineries. A national leader in ground water statistics since 1991, Sanitas Technologies today announced the newest release of their Sanitas ground ...


    By Sanitas Technologies

  • Nitrate concentrations of groundwater increasing in many areas of US

    Nitrate is the most common chemical contaminant in the world’s ground water, including in aquifers used for drinking-water supply. Nitrate in drinking water of the United States is regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) because of concerns related to infant health and possible cancer risks. Use of man-made synthetic fertilizers has steadily increased since World War II, ...

  • Groundwater data management subject of NGWA Webinar

    The National Ground Water Association is offering the Webinar, “Life Cycle of Groundwater Data: From Field to Lab to Electronic Data Deliverable to Report,” on February 16 at 1 p.m. ET.   The Webinar will be presented by Peter de Haven, PE, and Jamey Rosen, PG, Geosyntec Consultants.   Robust data management is central to the success of most environmental projects. ...

  • Groundwater Monitoring Conference, Anaheim, CA February 25-26, 2009

    The conference, Groundwater Monitoring: Design, Analysis, Communication, and Integration with Decision Making, will be held February 25-26, 2009 in Anaheim, California. Groundwater is a major component of the Nation’s water supply, and groundwater monitoring is an essential tool for characterizing and managing this vital resource. The goal of this conference, organized by the Groundwater ...

  • Best practices for groundwater data management focus of NGWA Webinar

    The “Life Cycle of Groundwater Data — From Field to Lab to Electronic Data Deliverable to Report” Webinar will be hosted by the National Ground Water Association at 2 p.m. ET on April 25, 2012. This hour-long presentation focuses on best practices for managing the groundwater data central to the success of most environmental projects. Groundwater analytical data progress through ...

  • EEA launch Waterbase - databases on the status and quality of Europe`s rivers, lakes & groundwater

    Waterbase is the generic name given to the EEA's databases on the status and quality of Europe's rivers, lakes, groundwater bodies and transitional, coastal and marine waters, and on the quantity of Europe's water resources. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and ...

  • Featured Product: Evaluating the Source of Water to Wells Using Metamodeling

    Numerical groundwater modeling is a strength of the USGS, from software development (likeMODFLOW) to applications, such as the regional groundwater availability studies highlighted in the December 2015 News and Highlights. Numerical models ...

  • Identifying areas at risk for arsenic contamination

    The contamination of groundwater with arsenic poses a risk to the health of millions of people, especially in the densely populated river deltas of Southeast Asia. To date, no method has been available for identifying high-risk areas without conducting costly sampling campaigns. Now, Eawag has developed a model that allows vulnerable areas to be pinpointed using existing data on geology and soil ...

  • Kentucky Leads the Race for Site Closures

    The State of Kentucky continues to stay on the forefront of UST in situ remediation with the successful implementation of BOS 200 at many of the State’s petroleum contaminated sites. To date, sixty five (65) sites have received BOS 200 injections: Thirty two (32) sites have been granted No Further Action (NFA), twenty eight (28) sites are in closure monitoring associated with 2014 and 2015 ...

  • EPA to Update Community on Toms River, NJ Superfund Site

    On February 4, 2014, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will hold a public meeting to discuss how a new scientific study about a previously unknown contaminant relates to the ongoing cleanup at the Reich Farm Superfund site in Toms River formerly Dover, Ocean County, NJ. The EPA will be joined by scientists from the National Toxicology Program to discuss the study. EPA does not plan to make ...

  • Bacterial persistence in streams, say SSSA

    A research team from the University of Tennessee (UT) has completed a study on an East Tennessee river to determine the connection between watershed hydrology and fecal bacteria statistical time series analysis. Shesh Koirala and colleagues report their findings in the July-August issue of the Journal of Environmental Quality. The article presents a study of the temporal patterns and statistical ...

  • Louisiana Included in EPA Assessment of Nation’s Coasts

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently awarded $485,000 to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) for testing water quality along the state’s Gulf Coast. The sampling results will contribute to EPA’s National Coastal Conditions Assessment (NCCA). The NCCA is a survey of our nation’s coastal waters which EPA and state partners conduct to ...

  • Businesses allocate largest proportion of costs to waste management

    The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) have released new figures showing that businesses are allocating the largest proportion of their environmental protection costs to waste management. Statistics from the ‘Environmental ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • Research and Markets: Freshwater Ecology. Edition No. 2. Aquatic Ecology

    Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/277dn8/freshwater) has announced the addition of Elsevier Science and Technology's new book "Freshwater Ecology. Edition No. 2. Aquatic Ecology" to their offering. The Second Edition of Freshwater Ecology is broad, up-to-date treatment of everything ...


  • Cow dung a detox for arsenic sludge

    Bangladeshi scientists have found in cow dung an efficient agent to treat the toxic sludge that is generated by the removal of naturally-occurring arsenic in groundwater. "Microorganisms present in cow dung volatilise arsenic in the sludge," says Mohammad Azizur Rahman, research scientist at the geosciences centre of ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • EarthSoft receives EBJ Business Achievement: Information Technology Award

    New Product Releases: Released at mid-year, EQuIS Enterprise 6 features integrated Esri web GIS, dashboards, and widgets. New versions of Sample Planning Module, EQuIS Data Gathering Engine, and other products were also released, along with the EnviroInsite K'Nect module for data visualization. Continued Business Growth: New clients added in 2013 included the ...


    By EarthSoft, Inc

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