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Hydrogeologic Software Solutions

Hydrogeologic software solutions are computer programs that are designed to assist hydrogeologists in analyzing, modeling, and managing groundwater resources. These software solutions provide tools for data analysis, visualization, and interpretation, allowing hydrogeologists to develop accurate and reliable models of groundwater systems. By using hydrogeologic software solutions, scientists can simulate various hydrogeologic scenarios, evaluate the impact of human activities on the groundwater resources, and develop strategies to manage these resources sustainably. These software solutions are essential for both research and practical applications in the field of hydrogeology and help ensure the long-term viability of our precious groundwater resources.

Groundwater Modeling & Simulation Programs

Groundwater modeling and simulation programs are essential tools used by hydrogeologists and water resource managers to understand and manage groundwater resources. These programs use mathematical equations and numerical methods to simulate the behavior of groundwater systems, including the movement of water and contaminants through the subsurface. They can be used to predict groundwater levels, recharge rates, and the impacts of human activities such as pumping or land use changes. Groundwater modeling and simulation programs are important for making informed decisions about water resources management and can help ensure sustainable use of this valuable natural resource.

Visual Modflow Flex

Flow & Contaminant Transport Modeling



Simulate, Analyze, and Visualize Variably Saturated Media with HYDRUS.


Water Quality Analysis & Geochemical Modeling

Water quality analysis and geochemical modeling are important tools for understanding the chemistry of water and the processes that affect its quality. Water quality analysis involves measuring physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of water to determine its suitability for different uses, such as drinking, irrigation, or aquatic habitat. Geochemical modeling uses mathematical models to simulate chemical reactions that occur in water and the interactions between water and surrounding rocks and minerals. By combining water quality analysis and geochemical modeling, scientists and engineers can better understand water quality issues, predict changes in water chemistry, and develop effective strategies for managing water resources. This knowledge is critical for ensuring the health and sustainability of aquatic ecosystems and human communities that rely on water resources.


Water Quality Data Analysis and Reporting


Pumping & Slug Test Analysis and Interpretation

Pumping and slug tests are common techniques used in hydrogeology to evaluate the hydraulic properties of aquifers. During a pumping test, water is pumped out of a well, causing the water table to lower and creating a cone of depression. Measurements of the water level in the well and in nearby monitoring wells are taken over time, allowing for the calculation of parameters such as hydraulic conductivity and specific storage. A slug test, on the other hand, involves introducing a volume of water into the well and monitoring the response of the water level over time. By analyzing the rate of recovery of the water level, parameters such as hydraulic conductivity and transmissivity can be calculated. Interpretation of the results from these tests can provide valuable information for understanding the characteristics and behavior of aquifers, and can aid in the design and management of groundwater resources.

Aquifer Test Pro

Pumping & Slug Test Analysis, Interpretation & Visualization


Environmental Data Management & Visualization

Environmental data management and visualization are essential aspects of environmental science and sustainability. Effective management and visualization of environmental data can help researchers, policymakers, and businesses make informed decisions about natural resources, climate change, pollution, and other environmental issues. By collecting, organizing, and analyzing environmental data, we can gain insights into environmental trends, identify areas of concern, and develop strategies to mitigate negative impacts on our planet. Visualization tools such as maps, charts, and graphs can help communicate complex environmental data to diverse audiences, enabling greater public awareness and engagement. Overall, environmental data management and visualization play a critical role in advancing our understanding of the environment and informing sustainable practices for a better future.

Hydro GeoAnalyst

Data Management, Analysis and Visualization


Surface-water Modeling System

The Surface-water Modeling System (SMS) is a software package designed to facilitate the simulation and analysis of surface water systems. The SMS offers a range of tools and features for creating, editing, and visualizing complex 2D and 3D models of riverine, estuarine, and coastal environments. The software includes a graphical user interface that allows users to build and run models using a variety of hydrodynamic, sediment transport, and water quality models. With its user-friendly interface and extensive modeling capabilities, SMS is widely used by researchers, engineers, and water resource managers for a range of applications, from flood forecasting and erosion control to water quality management and ecosystem restoration.

Surface-water Modeling System(SMS)

The Leading application for Surface-Water Modeling


Watershed Modeling System

The Watershed Modeling System (WMS) is a comprehensive software package designed for hydrologic and hydraulic modeling of watershed systems. The WMS provides a user-friendly graphical interface to build, calibrate, and simulate watershed models using a variety of data sources, including digital elevation models, satellite imagery, and climate data. With the WMS, users can perform a wide range of analysis and simulations, such as flood forecasting, water quality assessments, and land use planning. The software is widely used by researchers, engineers, and water resource managers around the world to better understand and manage the complex dynamics of watershed systems.

Watershed Modeling System(WMS)

The all-in-one Hydrologic and Hydraulic solution