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FileIntroduction to USGS Arizona Program and Hydrology (Hoffman) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Presentation given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007.
FileManaging Transboundary Risks in the Iullemeden Aquifer System (Dodo) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Presentation given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007.
ContactPerson Mohamed Bayoumi by deepa — last modified Mar 15, 2011 11:29 AM
Environment Specialist, Assistant Resident Representative, UNDP Egypt , United Nations Development Programme (UNDP),
ContactPersonMr. Viktor Subotić by deepa — last modified Mar 15, 2011 11:29 AM
Senior Advisor,
FileApplications of Geophysical Tools in Ground-Water Resource Investigations (Callegary) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Presentation given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007. Seismic refraction DC Resistivity Shallow investigations Sting/Swift unit—battery powered Deep investigations High-powered transmitter Electromagnetic induction tools Frequency domain (ground-conductivity meters) EM-34 (~ 60 m), EM-31 (~ 6 m), EM-38 (~ 1.5 m) Time domain nanoTEM (~ 100-200 m) zeroTEM (~ 200-300 m) High-powered transmitter (~2000 m) Borehole Methods Gravity Absolute Relative Satellite Magnetics
FileConsulted Management of a Shared Resource: Case of the North Western Sahara Aquifer System (Latrech) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Presentation given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007.
FileInternational Boundary and Water Commission (Harlow, Spener) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Presentation given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007.
FileOverview of National Water Information System (NWIS) (Trapanese) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Presentation given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007. Susan Trapanese Chief of National Water Information System April 17, 2007
FileGroundwater Quality Studies: U.S. Example (Lapham) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Wayne Lapham, U.S. Geological Survey Presentation given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007.
FilePublic Participation and the Advisory Committee Process (Johnson) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
A Collaborative Partnership For Water Resources Toni M. Johnson, Chief Water Information Coordination Program Presentation given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007.
FileNotes on Communication and Public Participation in the Guarani Aquifer (Montes) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Presentation given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007. Roberto Montes, Reston, VA, April17th 2007 www.sg-guarani.org
FileGround Water Flow Modeling of Geologically Complex Regional Aquifers (Shapiro) by admin — last modified May 01, 2007 02:13 PM
Paper given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007. Ward Sanford and Niel Plummer USGS National Research Program, Reston, VA Doug McAda, Laura Bexfield & Scott Anderholm USGS Water Science Center, Albuquerque, NM
FileUsing Environmental Tracers to Help Calibrate a Ground-Water Model of the Middle Rio Grande Basin (Sanford) by admin — last modified May 01, 2007 02:07 PM
Presentation given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007. Ward Sanford and Niel Plummer USGS National Research Program, Reston, VA Doug McAda, Laura Bexfield & Scott Anderholm USGS Water Science Center, Albuquerque, NM
FileUse of Chemical and Isotopic Data to Improve Conceptualization of Groundwater Flow in the Middle Rio Grande Basin, NM (Plummer) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Presentation given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007. L. Niel Plummer U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia Ward Sanford, Laura Bexfield and Scott Anderholm
FileTopodrive and PArticle Flow - Two Computer Models for Simulation and Visualization of Groundwater Flow and Transport of Fluid Particles in Two Dimensions (Hsieh) by admin — last modified Apr 25, 2007 03:01 PM
By Paul A. Hsieh This report serves as a user’s guide for two computer models: TopoDrive and ParticleFlow. These two-dimensional models are designed to simulate two ground-water processes: topography-driven flow and advective transport of fluid particles. To simulate topography-driven flow, the user may specify the shape of the water table, which bounds the top of the vertical flow section. To simulate transport of fluid particles, the model domain is a rectangle with overall flow from left to right. In both cases, the flow is under steady state, and the distribution of hydraulic conductivity may be specified by the user. The models compute hydraulic head, ground-water flow paths, and the movement of fluid particles. An interactive visual interface enables the user to easily and quickly explore model behavior, and thereby better understand ground-water flow processes. In this regard, TopoDrive and ParticleFlow are not intended to be comprehensive modeling tools, but are designed for modeling at the exploratory or conceptual level, for visual demonstration, and for educational purposes.
FileGroundwater Resources Program (Dennehy) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Presentation given during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the US April 14-26, 2007. IAEA/GEF IW Learn/USGS Exchange April 16, 2007 Reston, VA Kevin Dennehy GROUND-WATER RESOURCES PROGRAM http://water.usgs.gov/ogw/gwrp/
FileUSGS: Water Resources Program (Hirsch) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Presentation made during the USGS/IAEA/IW:LEARN groundwater learning exchange in the U.S. Dr. Robert M. Hirsch Associate Director for Water April 16, 2007
FileManaging Lakes and their Basins for Sustainable Use, a Report for Lake Basin Managers and Stakeholders. 2005. (5.4 MB) by admin — last modified Jan 10, 2014 01:10 PM
This report is the main output of a Medium-Sized Project supported by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) known formally as Towards a Lake Basin Management Initiative: Sharing Lessons and Experiences from GEF and Non-GEF Lake Basin Management Projects.Ž The project was conceived after the Second World Water Forum in The Hague in 2000 and launched at the Third World Water Forum in Kyoto in March 2003. This report was launched in October 2005 at the 11th World Lake Conference in Nairobi, Kenya, and also disseminated at the 9th Meeting of the Ramsar Convention in Kampala, Uganda in November 2005. Detailed experience and lessons learned briefs on 28 lake basins are available on the companion CD-ROM. All project materials, including 17 thematic papers, are available at http://www.ilec.or.jp. These final outputs will be launched at the Fourth World Water Forum in Mexico in March 2006. Please cite this report as: ILEC. 2005. Managing Lakes and their Basins for Sustainable Use: A Report for Lake Basin Managers and Stakeholders. International Lake Environment Committee Foundation: Kusatsu, Japan. Original_LBMI_website--http://www.ilec.or.jp/eg/lbmi/index.htm
FileManaging Lakes and their Basins for Sustainable Use, a Report for Lake Basin Managers and Stakeholders. 2005. (5.4 MB) by admin — last modified Jan 10, 2014 01:09 PM
This report is the main output of a Medium-Sized Project supported by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) known formally as Towards a Lake Basin Management Initiative: Sharing Lessons and Experiences from GEF and Non-GEF Lake Basin Management Projects.Ž The project was conceived after the Second World Water Forum in The Hague in 2000 and launched at the Third World Water Forum in Kyoto in March 2003. This report was launched in October 2005 at the 11th World Lake Conference in Nairobi, Kenya, and also disseminated at the 9th Meeting of the Ramsar Convention in Kampala, Uganda in November 2005. Detailed experience and lessons learned briefs on 28 lake basins are available on the companion CD-ROM. All project materials, including 17 thematic papers, are available at http://www.ilec.or.jp. These final outputs will be launched at the Fourth World Water Forum in Mexico in March 2006. Please cite this report as: ILEC. 2005. Managing Lakes and their Basins for Sustainable Use: A Report for Lake Basin Managers and Stakeholders. International Lake Environment Committee Foundation: Kusatsu, Japan. Original_LBMI_website--http://www.ilec.or.jp/eg/lbmi/index.htm
FileLake Xingkai/Khanka - Experience and Lessons Learned Brief (Lake Basin Management Initiative). 2005. (655 KB) by admin — last modified Nov 30, 2010 08:41 AM
Lake Xingkai/Khanka, a transboundary lake shared by the People’s Republic of China (China) and the Russian Federation (Russia), is the largest freshwater lake in Northeast Asia. The lake supports high biodiversity (especially migratory birds) and is characterized by complex hydrology and naturally-occurring high turbidity, as well as a fragmented institutional authority responsible for its management. The lake experiences large seasonal and annual fluctuations in size, with the maximum and minimum area, depth and volume being 4,510 km2, 3,940 km2, 10.6 m and 22.6 km3, respectively. The lake is called Lake Xingkai in China and Khanka Lake in Russia; it will be referred to here as Lake Xingkai/Khanka to highlight its transboundary nature, with no preference implicit in the order of the names. Main_LBMI_report--http://www.iwlearn.net/publications/ll/lbmi_main_report_2005.pdf/view Original_LBMI_website--http://www.ilec.or.jp/eg/lbmi/index.htm
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