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This is a collection of websites and internet resources that are hand-picked for teaching hydrogeology at the undergraduate level. If you have an internet resource or website you would like to share, please let us know.

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The Fluid Flow Calculations Website part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This is the home site for LMNO Engineering, Research, and Software, Ltd. The main features of this site are on-line calculations for fluid flow, flow measurement, and unit conversions. There are over ...

Water Resources Applications Software: TopoDrive and ParticleFlow part of SERC Web Resource Collection

These two-dimensional computer models are designed to simulate two ground-water processes: topography-driven flow and transport of fluid particles. The purpose of the models is to provide interactive ...

Ground and Surface Water Concepts part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This section of the Digital Atlas of Idaho contains an extensive collection of information about hydrology. Topics include surface water/groundwater interaction, runoff, stream gauging, hydrographs, ...

GEO-SCI 587: Introduction to Hydrogeology part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This is the home page of a hydrogeology course taught by Dr. David Boutt at the University of Massachusetts. The website includes the course syllabus, lecture notes, homework assignments and lab ...

Regional flow in the Dakota aquifer: a study of the role of confining layers part of SERC Print Resource Collection
This is a great paper describing the role of confining layers in regional flow systems using the historic work of N.H Darton in the Dakota Aquifer as a background to modern concepts and ...

Area of influence and zone of contribution to Superfund-Site Wells G and H, Woburn, Massachusetts part of SERC Print Resource Collection
This is a useful publication for anyone using 'A Civil Action' or the Woburn, Massachusetts superfund site as a case study or for an assignment. The article contains geological descriptions, cross ...

The Three-Point Problem, Vector Analysis and Extension to the N-Point Problem part of SERC Print Resource Collection
The three-point problem is well-known in structural geology and hydrogeology. The solution of this problem is used to find the strike and dip of a planar geologic surface using three measurements of ...

Regional Ground-Water Flow Concepts in the United States: Historical Perspective part of SERC Print Resource Collection
This paper is a review of regional flow concepts. It's an excellent resource for starting a term-paper or project.