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The Hydrogeology Program offers an interdisciplinary curriculum leading to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in the Department of Geological Sciences of the University of Alabama. The faculty and students in the hydrogeology program are engaged in research on a wide range of issues of broad scientific and practical interests. The Hydrogeology Group is coordinated by Chunmiao Zheng and Geoffrey R. Tick and is affiliated with faculty in Geological Sciences, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Mathematics, and Aquatic Biology.

What's New...

Download MT3DMS v5.3 (first release 2/20/2010) (see recent developments)
Chunmiao Zheng Named 2009 Birdsall-Dreiss Distinguished Lecturer
Groundwater Quality 2010, Zurich, Switzerland, June 13-18, 2010
New York Times story on China Water Issues with comments from Chunmiao Zheng

Groundwater Sustainability in the North China Plain

Evaluating the applicability of the dual-domain mass transfer model
Geophysical Constraints on Contaminant Transport Modeling at MADE Site
Monte Carlo vs. Noisy GA for Sampling Network Design under Uncertainty
Quantifying Mass Transfer in Permeable Media
Limits of Applicability of the Advection-Dispersion Model
Advective-Dispersive Transport with Multirate Mass Transfer
Download Modular Groundwater Optimizer (MGO)
Solute Transport Influenced by Preferential Flow Paths at Decimeter Scale

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Faculty and Staff
Academic Program
Research Projects
Students and Alumni
Research Facilities
Web Resources for Book "Applied Contaminant Transport Modeling"
MT3D Resources

First on line: February 12, 1996; Last modified: February 21, 2010
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