Well rehabilitation techniques have been the focus of major advancements in recent times. Environmental engineers can keep pace with those changes with the book Water Well Rehabilitation.
Written from a microbiological viewpoint, the text outlines proven solutions to production problems in all types of wells.
That perspective frequently yields new ideas and concepts, contrary to prevalent thoughts in mainstream literature on the subject. This is especially true in discussion of iron related bacterial sources, and details concerning unsafe bacterial samples and the contamination of wells.
|Well Construction||p. 3|
|Groundwater Microbiology||p. 19|
|Longevity of Rehabilitation Treatments||p. 29|
|Identification of Well Problems||p. 41|
|Unsafe Bacterial Results||p. 55|
|Well Hydraulics||p. 65|
|Microbial Transformation in Oxidation and Reduction||p. 75|
|Causes of Well Plugging Problems||p. 83|
|Diagnosing Well Problems||p. 99|
|Water Well Rehabilitation||p. 113|
|Well Development and Maintenance||p. 151|
|Selected Bibliography||p. 163|
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Series: The Sustainable Wells Series
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 29th December 1998
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.77 x 17.15 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.45
Edition Number: 1