Course Description

How do repeatedly measure water levels and obtain water samples from monitoring wells completed in an aquifer beneath thick permafrost?  How do you stop the water in the well from freezing?  And how do you characterize an aquifer that’s been cross-contaminated by a deep open borehole?  

John Sankey of True Blue Technologies presents more fascinating case studies where novel applications of multilevel monitoring systems were used to develop an effective conceptual site model.

John Sankey

John Sankey, P.Eng., is an engineer for True Blue Technologies. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He sits on the steering committee for several groundwater Sampling & Monitoring Symposiums, which focuses on monitoring groundwater so that in situ remediation is planned well. He has been in the groundwater industry for 22 years and in 2003 started True Blue Technologies, a business dedicated to providing engineering, technical support and business development for technologies in groundwater remediation and characterization.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    GPro Talks - Managing Complex Sites with Deep Multilevel Characterization

    • Discussion

    • Gpro Talks -Managing Complex Sites with Deep Multilevel Characterization- Video

    • GPro Talks -Managing Complex Sites with Deep Multilevel Characterization- Audio

    • Roadmap Slides