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    RE: ON LINE courses in groundwater modeling

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    here's another link, to an online course. again, more related to mining, but some great fundamental background I'm sure. Both teachers are good. http://www.edumine.com/courses/online-courses/introduction-to-groundwater-modeling-for-mines-and-mining/

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    RE: ON LINE courses in groundwater modeling

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    This is a recent document prepared for British Columbia Ministry of Environment, that was intended for natural resource development projects and to provide some "training" to regulators, but it has a good discussion on the overall modeling process,...

  • Dragan Kaludjerovic

    RE: ON LINE courses in groundwater modeling

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    Regarding the book from Mary P Anderson and Woessner I have info that new edition of that book is to be published soon in couple of months. I am looking forward to see it.

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    RE: ON LINE courses in groundwater modeling

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    I read the post on the Ground Water Forum. Are you planning to develop a ground water modeling class for online users? A.Wayne Jones Hydrogeologist Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Soil and Water Resources 2045 Morse Rd. B-2 Columbus,...

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