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STUDY GUIDE FOR BEGINNING COURSE IN GROUNDWATER HYDROLOGY
1. Purpose and objectives
This course provides an introduction and overview of groundwater
hydrology for beginning geologists and hydrologists.
The course consists of five major sections:
(1) Fundamental concepts and definitions,
It is based on U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Open-File Report 90-183, "Study Guide for a Beginning Course in Groundwater Hydrology: Part I -
Course Participants" by O.L. Franke, T.E. Reilly, R.J. Haefner, and D.L.
Simmons, and Open-File Report 92-637, "Study Guide for a Beginning Course
The course may be given either as an intensive 1-week workshop or as a self-paced study program.
5. Operational requirements and restrictions
Students are assumed to have had an introduction to geology and
6. Form of presentation
Two reports in English are provided: USGS Open-File Reports 90-183 and
92-637, see references.
7. Operational experience
The study guide has been used to conduct courses within and outside the U.S. Geological Survey.
8. Originator and technical support
U.S. Geological Survey, Office of Ground Water.
10. Condition of use
The study guide is available at cost of reproduction and mailing.
Fetter, C. W., 1988, Applied Hydrogeology: Columbus, Ohio, Merrill Publishing Company, 592 pp.
Franke, O. Lehn, T. E. Reilly, R. J. Haefner, and D. L. Simmons, 1990, "Study Guide for a Beginning Course in Groundwater Hydrology: Part I - Course Participants", U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 90-183, 180 pp.
Franke, O. Lehn, T. E. Reilly, R. J. Haefner, and D. L. Simmons, 1992, "Study Guide for a Beginning Course in Groundwater Hydrology: Part II - Instructor's Guide", U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 92-637, 128 pp.
Freeze, R. A. and Cherry, J. A., 1979, Groundwater: Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice-Hall Inc., 604 pp.
Todd, D. K., 1980, Groundwater hydrology: New York, John Wiley and Sons, 535 pp.
|(First entered: 01 FEB 93||
Last updated: 24 MAR 94)