Groundwater Flow News

  • Unlock the power of FEHM with SVOFFICE 5/WR

    SVOFFICE 5/WR integrates the front-end of our acclaimed numerical analysis software with the powerful FEHM Control Volume Finite Element solution engine. Users can leverage SVFLUX WR capabilities such as double porosity / double permeability to simulate realistic and detailed analyses such ...


    By SoilVision Systems Ltd.

  • Study to Uncover Yellowstone’s Subsurface Mysteries

    A new study providing an unprecedented regional view of the earth’s crust beneath Yellowstone National Park will begin with a helicopter electromagnetic and magnetic (HEM) survey on November 7, 2016. Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey, University of Wyoming and Aarhus University in Denmark hope to distinguish zones of cold fresh water, hot saline water, steam, clay and unaltered ...

  • Call for abstracts for NGWA Conference on Hydrogeophysics and Deep Groundwater

    The call for abstracts is now open for the NGWA Conference on Hydrogeophysics and Deep Groundwater that is taking place in March 2017. Abstracts are being sought for the NGWA Conference on Hydrogeophysics and Deep Groundwater in the following two tracks and are due October 31, 2016. Track 1 — Applications of Hydrogeophysics to Groundwater Characterization, ...

  • 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 ...

  • Dr. Sorab Panday receives NGWA’s top science award

    Dr. Sorab Panday of GSI Environmental Inc., Newport Beach, California, has received the National Ground Water Association’s 2015 M. King Hubbert Award for major science contributions to the knowledge of groundwater. The award will be presented in December at the 2015 Groundwater Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, Nevada. Panday, principal engineer at GSI Environmental, is best known as the author ...

  • `Groundwater` names new editorial team: Dr. Hendrik M. Haitjema to serve as seventh editor-in-chief

    Hendrik M. Haitjema, Ph.D., has been named the editor-in-chief of Groundwater a technical publication for hydrogeologists produced by the National Ground Water Association. Haitjema is the seventh editor-in-chief of the publication now in its 52nd year. He takes over for Franklin W. Schwartz, Ph.D. A professor emeritus from Indiana University, Haitjema served as a professor at the School of ...

  • Pöyry takes part in ensuring safe final disposal of spent nuclear fuel in Finland

    Pöyry's Water & Environment Business Group has been awarded design agreements by Posiva Oy on expert work regarding the final disposal of spent nuclear fuel at the Olkiluoto and Loviisa nuclear power plants. The assignments include hydrological studies of the final disposal research of spent nuclear fuel and chemical studies of groundwater as well as groundwater flow measurements to be ...


    By Pöyry PLC

  • Regional scale groundwater understanding

    South-central Ontario, and specifically the Oak Ridges Moraine area, has been the focus of considerable investigation relating to groundwater over the past few decades.  The importance of the collection, management and utilization of various integrated datasets (e.g. climate, streamflow, groundwater) in the development, application and refinement of conceptual and numerical groundwater flow ...


    By Solinst Canada Ltd.

  • Oak Ridges Moraine presentation at Solinst Symposium

    South-central Ontario, and specifically the Oak Ridges Moraine area, has been the focus of considerable investigation relating to groundwater over the past few decades. The importance of the collection, management and utilization of various integrated datasets (e.g. climate, streamflow, groundwater) in the development, application and refinement of conceptual and numerical groundwater flow models ...


    By Solinst Canada Ltd.

  • `Green Clean:` Researchers determining natural ways to clean contaminated soil

    Researchers at North Carolina State University are working to demonstrate that trees can be used to degrade or capture fuels that leak into soil and ground water. Through a process called phytoremediation – literally a “green” technology – plants and trees remove pollutants from the environment or render them harmless. Through a partnership with state and federal government agencies, the military ...


    By ScienceDaily

  • Future groundwater supplies are a concern for growing Illinois communities

    Population growth may be an economic boon for communities and counties, but the subsequent increased water demand could threaten the amount and quality of public water supplies available within the next few decades, according to Scott Meyer, hydrogeologist at the Illinois State Water Survey, a division of the Institute of Natural Resource Sustainability at the University of Illinois. In fact, the ...

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