A Journey through the Geology and Aquifers of New England and Why Groundwater Wells Need to be Re-developed - Specific Capacity

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The glacial and bedrock geology of New England is varied and complex.  We will take you on a journey through the formation of these geological features and then provide information on why a groundwater well in this geological terrane needs to be re-developed and how we know when a well needs to be re-developed.  We will introduce and explain the term Specific Capacity and why it is so important to monitor during the life cycle of a well.

Speakers:

  • Raymond Talkington, Ph.D., P.G., C.P.G., Principal Hydrogeologist and President, GEOSPHERE Environmental Management, Inc.
  • J. Theodore Morine, P.G., C.P.G., Senior Hydrogeologist and Vice President, Denis L. Maher Company
  • Frank Getchell, P.G., C.P.G., Senior Supervising Hydrogeologist, WSP USA formerly Leggette, Brashears & Graham

Note: This webinar will take place on August 30th, 2018 at 1pm ET (10am PT) and will last for one hour and 20 minutes.

August 30th, 2018 1:00 PM   through   2:20 PM
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0.13 AIPG CEU (Professional) $ 50.00
0.13 AIPG CEU (Student) $ 20.00
0.13 AIPG CEU (College Class - up to 20 students) $ 100.00
0.13 AIPG CEU (Professional Group Rate - up to 10 registrants) $ 250.00
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