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    Ground Water and Vadose Zone Monitoring

    Nielsen DM, Johnson AI
    Published: 1990

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    22 peer-reviewed papers from noted authorities cover:

    • vadose zone monitoring

    • drilling, design, development, and rehabilitation of monitoring wells

    • aquifer hydraulic properties and water-level data collection

    • and monitoring well purging and ground-water sampling.

    Table of Contents


    Methods for Sampling Fluids in the Vadose Zone

    Monitoring of Immiscible Contaminants in the Vadose Zone

    Tensiometers—Theory, Construction, and Use

    Monitor Well Drilling and Testing in Urban Environments

    Rationale for the Design of Monitoring Well Screens and Filter Packs

    Experimental Screen Design for More Sediment-Free Sampling

    Monitoring Well Development—Why and How

    Monitoring Well Rehabilitation Using the Surge Block Technique

    Monitoring Wells: Maintenance, Rehabilitation, and Abandonment

    Sorption of Aromatic Hydrocarbons by Materials Used in Construction of Ground-Water Sampling Wells

    Selection of Single-Well Hydraulic Test Methods for Monitoring Wells

    Hydraulic Conductivity Determinations in Unlithified Glacial and Fluvial Materials

    Comparison of Slug Test Methodologies for Determination of Hydraulic Conductivity in Fine-Grained Sediments

    Methods for Evaluating Short-Term Fluctuations in Ground Water Levels

    Water Level Monitoring—Achievable Accuracy and Precision

    Presentation of Water Level Data

    A Comparison of Two Multiple-Level Ground-Water Monitoring Systems

    Total Versus Dissolved Metals: Implications for Preservation and Filtration

    How Flat Is Flat?—Termination of Remedial Ground-Water Pumping

    Flexible Selection of Statistical Discrimination Tests for Field-Monitored Data

    In Situ Analysis of Benzene, Ethylbenzene, Toluene, and Xylenes (BTEX) Using Fiber Optics

    Special Problems of Ground-Water Monitoring in Karst Terranes

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: D18

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1053-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5117-8

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1275-9