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The Fluid Flow Calculations Website part of SERC Web Resource Collection
Water Resources Applications Software: TopoDrive and ParticleFlow part of SERC Web Resource Collection
Ground and Surface Water Concepts part of SERC Web Resource Collection
GEO-SCI 587: Introduction to Hydrogeology part of SERC Web Resource Collection
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.