Field Notes

August 1, 2016 Heather Lazor 0

By Raymond L. Straub Jr., PG Solving the three-point problem I came across a fellow groundwater professional working in the same area as me recently while I was on a field study. We stopped to […]


The Mysterious “Bac-T” Test

July 1, 2016 Thad Plumley 0

Understanding biological testing. By Eric Duderstadt As the revised total coliform rule (RTCR) became mandatory in April, all public water systems are required to accept new criteria and treatment techniques for addressing possible sanitary defects. […]


Aquifers in the United States: Part 3

June 1, 2016 admin 0

Arthur & Orum Well Drilling Inc. drills a 600-foot well with 17.4-inch plastic well casing in January 2016 for Nunes Dairy in Tulare County, California, using a GEFCO JED-A reverse circulation rig. The well was […]