Sampling Groundwater in a DNAPL Source Zone

Tech Tips / Aug 13, 2019

Managing Uncertainty when Low-Flow Sampling At this year’s Land Remediation Expo at the NEC in Birmingham, September 11-12, 2019, I am presenting a summary of practical findings arising from research at the University of Birmingham related to the complexity of … Continue

The Drilling Course, 2019

Tech Tips / Jun 24, 2019

A Damp but Successful 6th Annual Drilling Course Here’s a picture of the course group and trainers from the 6th Annual Redr[1] / University of Cranfield drilling course (https://www.redr.org.uk/Training-Learning/Events/2019/May/The-Drilling-Course-Developing-Groundwater), which took place between May 7-10, 2019. There was the usual … Continue

I SEE ALGAE EVERYWHERE

Tech Tips / Dec 20, 2018

Have you ever said this about your water body? You should have at least once. Because it is everywhere! Even the most pristine lakes have some algae. But how do you know how much is there and whether it’s too … Continue

5 Ways to Improve Your Next Aquifer Test Results

Tech Tips / Jul 20, 2018

A thorough hydrogeologic site characterization is critical to the design of many engineering projects, from mine dewatering and groundwater treatment systems, to industrial water wells and aquifer storage projects. An aquifer test is a key component of the characterization process, … Continue