hydrogeology modelling News

  • Hydrogeological modeling improvements

    SoilVision Systems Ltd. is pleased to announce the addition of regional flow modeling capabilities to SVFlux as well as our other bundled 3D products. SoilVision Systems Ltd. has worked with a number of hydrogeologists in order to enhance the abilities of our SVFlux, ChemFlux, and SVHeat software to model regional groundwater scenarios. Traditionally, such models have been created through the use ...


    By SoilVision Systems Ltd.

  • Hydrogeological Engineer Tracy Bellehumeur Joins The Adventus Group

    The Adventus Group is pleased to announce that as part of our continued growth, Ms. Tracy Bellehumeur has joined the organization as a Hydrogeological Engineer, based out of our Colorado office. Ms. Bellehumeur has eight years of experience in environmental hydrogeology and groundwater modeling. She has contributed to projects in the area of groundwater flow system characterization, including: ...


  • New hires signal continued expansion of Integral`s geochemistry, hydrogeology, and mining capabilities

    National science and engineering company Integral Consulting welcomes Mr. Steven Helgen, Dr. Andrew Nicholson, and Mr. Sean Kosinski to its geochemistry and hydrogeology team. With these hires, Integral further strengthens its offerings and responds to increasing demand for specialized technical expertise to support mine permitting, compliance, and closure projects. “Integral is pleased to have ...


    By Integral Consulting Inc.

  • Groundwater Modelling Software for the Environment Agency

    The Environment Agency has recently renewed its contract for groundwater modelling software for up to a further 3 years. The Groundwater Vistas and Aquifer software is supplied by ESI, the UK's leading independent soil and groundwater consultancy. ...

  • Modeling and fieldwork relationship shared in May-June issue of Groundwater

    If you are a member of the NGWA Scientists and Engineers membership section, you just received, or will soon receive, the May-June 2017 issue of Groundwater®. Below I offer a brief overview of the issue. In his Guest Editorial, "The Ying and Yang of Groundwater," new Technology Editor David Lipson, Ph.D., offers his personal ...

  • Aquifer tests, environmental forensics, and groundwater modeling subjects of June NGWA short courses

    Ground water industry professionals have the opportunity to increase their knowledge with three National Ground Water Association short courses taking place this June.'Analysis and Design of Aquifer Tests Including Slug Tests and Fracture Flow,' taking place June 8-10 in Dublin, Ohio, presents the theory of various methods for aquifer testing and analysis in a variety of settings, as well as ...

  • Introduction To Environmental Data Management (HGA 1)

    Theory and Hands-on Applications Using Hydro GeoAnalyst Delft, The Netherlands (September 14-16, 2010) We are organizing a 3-day Environmental Data Management course in Delft, The Netherlands from September 14-16, 2010. This course includes an introduction to the management and analysis of groundwater data using Hydro GeoAnalyst and incorporates discussions of where the data comes from, how it ...


  • New Technical Director Joins ESI London Office

    International Soil and Groundwater specialists ESI Ltd have recently welcomed a new Technical Director to their growing London office. Jane Dottridge joins the team with a strong consultancy background, most recently as a Director of WorleyParsons Komex Ltd. Jane has a keen interest in modelling of groundwater flow and contaminant transport, contaminant hydrogeology and groundwater resources ...

  • 2006, a key year for GEOVARIANCES in the nuclear sector

    The past year is characterized by the strong development of our activity in the nuclear sector. Notably, several licenses of ISATIS have been acquired by CEA (French Atomic Energy Authority) in France, ONDRAF (Belgian Agency for Radioactive Waste and Enriched Fissible Materials) in Belgium and JRC Ispra in Italy. GEOVARIANCES has also been involved in pilot studies, ISATIS training courses and ...


    By GEOVARIANCES

  • University of Alabama’s Chunmiao Zheng wins National Ground Water Association’s top science award

    Dr. Chunmiao Zheng, a professor of hydrogeology at the University of Alabama, has received the 2013 M. King Hubbert Award from the National Ground Water Association for major science contributions to the knowledge of groundwater. The award will be presented this December at the 2013 NGWA Groundwater Expo and Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. Among Zheng’s many achievements in ...

  • Visual Modflow Flex 4.0

    Waterloo Hydrogeologic announces a new version release of Visual MODFLOW Flex 4.0.  This new version of this most popular software provides the power to create accurate and impressive groundwater modeling visualizations, in less time and with greater flexibility. Get complete details about the new features, and see the list of great additions from the Classic version. Take advantage of ...


  • GEOVARIANCES more than ever involved in nuclear safety

    GEOVARIANCES activity in nuclear sector was initiated in 2004 with the acquisition of several ISATIS licenses by CEA (French Atomic Energy Authority), ONDRAF (Belgian Agency for Radioactive Waste and Enriched Fissile Materials) and JRC Ispra in Italy.Besides, GEOVARIANCES conducted pilot studies, training courses and on-site technical support. Tackled issues have been numerous: characterization ...


    By Geovariances

  • Protecting and Managing Groundwater for the Future

    Groundwater scientists and industry professionals will be exploring various groundwater issues affecting Ohio and surrounding areas on June 19, 2013 in Columbus, Ohio, at the Ohio Groundwater Forum. While this forum will focus on those groundwater issues of most critical concern to those industry professionals working in Ohio, all who are concerned about, or doing research related to, the ...

  • New NGWA course to focus on fractured rock and geochemistry

    Groundwater industry personnel will have the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of the roles fractured rock settings and geochemistry play in evaluating contaminant migration and remediation design at three National Ground Water Association short courses taking place September 2008 in Denver, Colorado. Engineers, project managers, and attorneys, as well as geologists and hydrologists, will ...

  • Hands on FEFLOW training 26th 27th October 2011

    ESI has announced a 2 day training event structured to give both insight and training into the effective utilisation of FEFLOW simulation modelling software. FEFLOW is a finite element software package for modelling fluid flow and transport of dissolved constituents and/or heat transport processes in the ground. The finite element discretisation enables the user to build complex unstructured ...

  • Site characterization and groundwater geochemistry subjects of NGWA courses taking place in Denver

    Two short courses offered by the National Ground Water Association are slated to take place in Denver, Colorado, next month. “Site Characterization: The Groundwater System” takes place April 26, while “Fundamentals of Groundwater Geochemistry” is scheduled for April 26-27. Designed for those involved with groundwater availability, monitoring, cleanup, and modeling ...

  • Atkins and Entec secure major water resources framework

    The Environment Agency has appointed engineering design consultancies Atkins and Entec to its Anglian Region Framework to deliver hydrogeological services and general water resources work. The framework, which runs for up to four years, covers a range of technical support to help the Environment Agency ensure that water resources are managed sustainably and to meet drivers such as the Water ...


    By Atkins

  • Groundwater movement and contaminant transport in the Earth’s subsurface are the focus of two 2017 Darcy lectures

    Quantifying water movement and contaminant transport in the Earth’s subsurface are the critical issues addressed during presentations offered through the 2017 Henry Darcy Distinguished Lecture Series in Groundwater Science. Earth’s subsurface is part of the “critical zone” — the layer of the planet from the tops of the trees to the bottom of groundwater. This zone is ...

  • New paper in Groundwater highlights carbon sequestration relating to climate change

    The National Ground Water Association’s flagship technical journal, Groundwater®, has just published a review paper focusing on carbon sequestration in saline aquifers to mitigate climate change. Though not scheduled to appear until the May-June 2015 issue, the 19-page paper can be accessed now via Wiley Online Library, the database housing complete ...

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