The pages of Groundwater (1979) are the same as those you have been accessing, but they are now located on the Groundwater Project web site
“Digitizing Popular Hydrogeology Textbook Saves Students Money” By Susan Cannon, Faculty of Science, University of Calgary
For full article please click here.
The HWB Board of Directors is seeking an Executive Director. Please click here for a description of the position and instructions on how to apply. The closing date is August 30, 2016.
We are very excited to announce that the Original Groundwater Textbook (by Freeze and Cherry, 1979) is now available in PDF on our website.
Click here for a pdf version of the original Groundwater (by Freeze and Cherry, 1979).
We are very grateful to Pearson Publishing, Alan Freeze and John Cherry for allowing HWB to post this textbook free of charge on our website.
“Fresh water on Earth is scarce and getting scarcer… In 2015 the World Economic Forum ranked “water crises” as the top risk facing the planet”
See link below to read full article:
An interesting report that highlights the current and upcoming global water issues.
See the article: http://www.circleofblue.org/waternews/2010/world/experts-name-the-top-19-solutions-to-the-global-freshwater-crisis/ where experts name the top 19 solutions to the global freshwater crisis.
One of our goals this year is to showcase the diversity of hydrogeology related projects occurring internationally.
We’d love to hear about the projects you are working on, or interested in. Share your stories by sending a photo with a brief description to our Facebook inbox (https://www.facebook.com/HydrogeologistsWithoutBorders/?fref=ts)
Take a look at the International Groundwater Resources Assessment Center’s recent publication: “Global governance principles for the sustainable development of groundwater resources”
The report highlights the interdependence of water and climate change.