Water Resources of the United States
A Fortran program to generate type curves to interpret the
recovery data from prematurely terminated air-pressurized slug
- Selection of the following options preceded by a binary
icon retrieves a compressed UNIX tar file or a self-extracting
DOS executable. A README file containing installation
instructions is included with each of the software distribution
files. There are separate README files for the
- The Free Software Foundation's
necessary to uncompress the UNIX tar files available below.
However, some World Wide Web browsers automatically uncompress
retrieved files. Thus, running
gunzip as stated in
the installation instructions may be unnecessary.
AIRSLUG compiled for...
AIRSLUG source code for compilation under...
- How to obtain
U.S. Geological Survey printed documentation
- Shapiro, A. M., and Greene, E. A., 1995, Interpretation
of prematurely terminated air-pressurized slug tests: Ground
Water, v. 33, no. 4, p. 539-546.
- Greene, E. A., and Shapiro, A. M., 1995, Methods of
conducting air-pressurized slug tests and computation of type
curves for estimating transmissivity and storativity: U.S.
Geological Survey Open-File Report 95-424, 43 p.
Point of contact for AIRSLUG -- Earl Greene
(firstname.lastname@example.org)"Support is provided for correcting bugs
and clarification of how the code is intended to work. Only
limited assistance can be provided for applying this software to