This Talk provides an overview of the common and available methods to measure groundwater velocity at a Site – their strengths (the “good”) and weaknesses (the “bad”). John then goes on to look at some interesting and unusual case studies where we see almost unbelievable results (the”ugly”). Let’s see what these folks have to say!
John is a Professional Engineer specializing in hydrogeology. He has been practicing in the fields of contaminated sites, mining and water resources for about 35 years, mostly in BC, Yukon and Northwest Territories. At the site of the former Britannia Mine, the subject of today’s presentation, he has been involved in developing a municipal well water supply, contaminated sites investigations and developing a remediation plan on a coastal alluvial fan aquifer since 2004.
GPro Talks - Groundwater Velocity Measurements – the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Gpro Talks - Groundwater Velocity Measurements –video
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