Siting, Drilling and Construction of Water Supply Wells
American Water Works Association
By Frederick Bloetscher, Ph.D., PE, Albert Muniz, PE and John Largey

Designed for municipal water supply engineers, hydrogeologists, water utility managers, and water resource professionals, this book is an excellent desk reference for any question regarding water wells, including siting, water quality, drilling methods, field testing, design, construction, development, and operation.
The book is designed to be a practical reference and contains dozens of photographs and drawings. It describes and illustrates all common drilling methods, geophysical logging, and field testing. Well development, important for assuring well productivity and long life, is covered in detail as well.

2007/206 pages
Catalog #T1060
    Member price $175.00
    Nonmember price $219.00

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