You can download from this page the GWB documentation in pdf format, ready to browse on your computer or print locally. Or, you can order the GWB doc set in hardcopy. The doc set includes the six GWB User's Guides as well as the Geochemical and Biogeochemical Reaction Modeling textbook, published by Cambridge University Press.
You can download from the table below pdf copies of the five GWB User's Guides for GWB Release 12, or from previous releases. A sixth guide, for ChemPlugin, is available below.
Got wine, beer, canned beans, and a copy of Bethke's Geochemical and Biogeochemical Reaction Modeling.–Facebook post by Aviv B., waiting for Hurricane Sandy
The textbook Geochemical and Biogeochemical Reaction Modeling, published by Cambridge University Press, contains a complete description of the theoretical basis of the GWB calculations as well as a large number of fully worked examples.
ChemPlugin instances self-link into reactive transport models! Derived from the GWB compute engine, ChemPlugin lets you create RT codes simply, quickly, and reliably. ChemPlugin is ideal for repurposing legacy flow models as reactive transport simulators.
Download the ChemPlugin User's Guide for a step-by-step tutorial and detailed examples of the object's application.
Check out the GWB's online resources:
If you would like to have a copy shop print and bind the User's Guides above, you can have them make covers using these Adobe Illustrator-compatible pdf files. Open the files in AI to see crop marks and printer's bleeds. The covers and interior pages are set up for coil binding.