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Domestic Well Coliform Tests Results

October 27, 2017 Thad Plumley 0

A positive coliform test result may not always tell you what it is supposed to tell you. By Thomas B. Atherholt, Ph.D., and Nicholas A. Procopio, Ph.D. Contamination of groundwater by fecal wastes is a […]

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Responding to Flooded Wells

September 6, 2017 Thad Plumley 0

Aside from the immediate and obvious damage, flooding can impact well systems and aquifers for years. By Michael Schnieders, PG, PH-GW Flooding is regarded as the most common environmental hazard impacting mankind. This is a […]

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Field Notes – Following the Isotope

July 26, 2017 Thad Plumley 0

Identifying groundwater systems through stable isotopes of deuterium and oxygen By Raymond L. Straub Jr., PG A few years back, I was working on a groundwater availability project. On this project we were using major […]

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The Next Water Source

July 26, 2017 Thad Plumley 0

Brackish groundwater resources could play a pivotal role in water-stressed areas of the United States. By Mike Price The U.S. Geological Survey released in April its first nationwide assessment of brackish groundwater in more than […]