STP963

    Ground-Water Contamination: Field Methods

    Collins AG, Johnson AI

    Pages: 495

    Published: 1988

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    Reviews and evaluates field methods used to study ground-water contamination. 30 peer-reviewed papers examine:

    • ground-water sampling and sampling in unsaturated soils

    • well-drilling (construction and monitoring)

    • geophysical exploration

    • quality assurance

    • soil permeability

    • and nonpoint source investigations.

    Some case histories are included: for hydrologic engineer, hydrogeologists, soil scientists, and geotechnical engineers.


    Table of Contents

    Overview
    Collins A., Johnson A.

    Panel Discussion

    Development of Effective Ground-Water Sampling Protocols
    Barcelona M., Gibb J.

    Quality Assurance Guidelines for Ground-Water Investigations: The Requirements
    Jeffrey van Ee J., McMillion L.

    Availability and Access to Ground-Water-Related Information and Data
    Dorwart B., Tockstein C.

    Integrating Geophysical and Hydrogeological Data: An Efficient Approach to Remedial Investigations of Contaminated Ground Water
    DJ S., LC R.

    In Situ, Time-Series Measurements for Long-Term Ground-Water Monitoring
    Benson R., Turner M., Turner P., Vogelsong W.

    Combining Surface Geoelectrics and Geostatistics for Estimating the Degree and Extent of Ground-Water Pollution
    Bardossy A., Bogardi I., Kelly W., Nicklin M.

    An Application of Impedance-Computed Tomography to Subsurface Imaging of Pollution Plumes
    Roeper U., Tamburi A., Wexler A.

    The Use of Controlled Source Audio Magnetotellurics (CSAMT) to Delineate Zones of Ground-Water Contamination—A Case History
    Hughes L., Roger Anzzolin A., Tinlin R.

    Ground-Water Monitoring Field Practice—An Overview
    Hatheway A., Riggs C.

    The Modified Reverse-Circulation Air Rotary Drilling Technique for Development of Observation and Monitoring Wells at Ground-Water Contamination Sites
    Busacca M., DB B., EE C.

    Monitoring Well Construction, and Recommended Procedures for Direct Ground-Water Flow Measurements Using a Heat-Pulsing Flowmeter
    WB K.

    Determining Whether Wells and Piezometers Give Water Levels or Piezometric Levels
    RP C.

    The Chemical Composition of Leachate from a Two-Week Dwell-Time Study of PVC Well Casing and a Three-Week Dwell-Time Study of Fiberglass Reinforced Epoxy Well Casing
    UM C.

    Adsorption of Selected Organic Contaminants onto Possible Well Casing Materials
    GD M., JN J.

    Design Considerations and Installation Techniques for Monitoring Wells Cased with Teflon PTFE
    Dablow J., Persico D., Walker G.

    Design Considerations and the Quality of Data from Multiple-Level Ground-Water Monitoring Wells
    Patton F., Rodney Smith H.

    Verification of Sampling Methods and Selection of Materials for Ground-Water Contamination Studies
    Barcelona M., Garske E., Helfrich J.

    Chemical Stability Prior to Ground-Water Sampling: A Review of Current Well Purging Methods
    Barth P., Panko A.

    Investigations of Techniques for Purging Ground-Water Monitoring Wells and Sampling Ground Water for Volatile Organic Compounds
    Maltby V., Unwin J.

    Recent Development of Downhole Water Samplers for Trace Organics
    Ficken J.

    Field Evaluation of Seven Sampling Devices for Purgeable Organic Compounds in Ground Water
    Fusillo T., Gibs J., Hochreiter J., Imbrigiotta T., Kish G.

    A Hermetically Isolated Sampling Method for Ground-Water Investigations
    Petsonk A., Torstensson B.

    Sampling Interaquifer Connector Wells for Polonium-210: Implications for Gross-Alpha Analysis
    Oural C., Ralph Brooker H., Upchurch S.

    Suction Lysimeter Operation at Hazardous Waste Sites
    Eccles L., Everett L., McMillion L.

    Measuring Effects of Permeant Composition on Pore-Fluid Movement in Soil
    Nichols R., Olsen H., Rice T.

    Methods for Virus Sampling and Analysis of Ground Water
    Gerba C.

    Determination of Aqueous Sulfide in Contaminated and Natural Water Using the Methylene Blue Method
    Baedecker M., Lindsay S.

    Adsorption and Degradation of Enhanced Oil Recovery Chemicals
    Crocker M., Marchin L.

    Monitoring Ground-Water and Soil Contamination by Remote Fiber Spectroscopy
    Eccles L., Klainer S., Koutsandreas J.

    Application of a New Technique for the Detection and Analysis of Low Concentrations of Contaminants in Soil
    Bath W., Hickey J., Klusman R., Malley M., Voorhees K.

    Long-Term Permeability Tests Using Leachate on a Compacted Clayey Liner Material
    Evans J., Fang H.

    Field Experimental Methods in Stratified Aquifers
    Güven O., Melville J., Molz F.

    Field Investigation of a Small-Diameter, Cylindrical, Contaminated Ground-Water Plume Emanating from a Pyritic Uranium-Tailings Impoundment
    Cherry J., Morin K.

    Ground-Water Monitoring Techniques for Non-Point-Source Pollution Studies
    Kimball C.

    Ground-Water Contamination and Land Management in the Karst Area of Northeastern Iowa
    Hallberg G., Hoyer B., Libra R., Stan Mitchem P.

    Determining Nonpoint-Source Contamination by Agricultural Chemicals in an Unconfined Aquifer, Dade County, Florida: Procedures and Preliminary Results
    Howie B., Waller B.

    A Geologic and Flow-System-Based Rationale for Ground-Water Sampling
    Gburek W., Urban J.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: D18

    Paper ID: STP963-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP963-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5037-9

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-0968-1

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