Tag: groundwater quality

Water that seeps through the soil or rocks underground. Note: Groundwater is a source of drinking and spring water for many communities. Note: Groundwater can be contaminated by chemical pollutants.

Hydrogeology 101: Groundwater Analysis, Techniques, and Applications

Hydrogeology 101:
Groundwater Analysis, Techniques, and Applications

Considering more than 50% of the U.S. relies on groundwater for drinking water and that 25% of all U.S. rainfall becomes groundwater, being able to accurately analyze what’s going into our groundwater is essential. Whether you’re conducting groundwater or aquifer studies yourself or looking to bridge the gap with your

Hydrogeology 101: Groundwater Analysis, Techniques, and Applications

Hydrogeology 101:
Groundwater Analysis, Techniques, and Applications

Considering groundwater underlies the majority of the earth’s surface and about 500,000 new residential wells are constructed each year, understanding and analyzing your groundwater is essential. Whether you’re building wells or buildings, or looking to bridge the gap (and talk the talk) with your hydrogeologists, we’ve got you covered.

Join Dr. Matthew

Hydrogeology 101: Groundwater Analysis, Techniques, and Applications

Hydrogeology 101:
Groundwater Analysis, Techniques, and Applications

Considering that one quarter of all U.S. rainfall becomes groundwater and groundwater represents 90% of our freshwater supplies, being able to accurately analyze your groundwater is essential. Whether you’re conducting groundwater studies for your erosion control projects or looking to bridge the gap (and talk the talk) with your hydrogeologists,

Hydrogeology 101: Groundwater Analysis, Techniques, and Applications

Hydrogeology 101:
Groundwater Analysis, Techniques, and Applications

Considering that one quarter of all U.S. rainfall becomes groundwater and groundwater represents 90% of our freshwater supplies, being able to accurately analyze your groundwater is essential. Whether you’re conducting groundwater and aquifer studies yourself or looking to bridge the gap (and talk the talk) with your hydrogeologists, we’ve got

Water Reuse: Use It, Don’t Lose It

Water Reuse: Use It, Don’t Lose It

Water scarcity now affects every continent with nearly one-fifth of the world’s population living in areas of physical scarcity and some 500 million more people approaching this situation, according to the United Nation’s Department of Economic and Social Affairs. In the United States, in the arid Southwest, it is a

NGWREF Funds Groundwater Bioremediation Research

(WESTERVILLE, OH — September 8, 2014) The National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation has awarded a grant to Daqian Jiang, Ph.D., of the University of Minnesota, for a research project on the bioremediation of groundwater. Jiang will receive $8,000 for his project, “Electrochemically Enhanced Bioremediation for Attenuation of Arsenic,

Enter Your Log In Credentials
×