Published in 1991, the first edition of The Practical Handbook of Ground-Water Monitoring quickly became the gold standard reference on the topic of ground-water monitoring. But, as in all rapidly evolving fields, regulations change, technology advances, methods improve, and research reveals flaws in prior thinking. As a consequence, books t

chapter 1|34 pages

Regulatory Mandates for Ground-Water Monitoring

ByKathryn S. Makeig, David M. Nielsen

chapter 2|172 pages

Environmental Site Characterization

ByDavid M. Nielsen, Gillian L. Nielsen, Lynne M. Preslo

chapter 3|42 pages

Monitoring and Sampling the Vadose Zone

ByThomas Ballestero, Beverly Herzog, Glenn Thompson

chapter 6|128 pages

Use of Direct-Push Technologies in Environmental Site Characterization and Ground-Water Monitoring

ByWesley McCall, David M. Nielsen, Stephen P. Farrington, Thomas M. Christy

chapter 8|56 pages

Ground-Water Monitoring System Design

ByMartin N. Sara

chapter 9|66 pages

Designing Monitoring Programs to Effectively Evaluate the Performance of Natural Attenuation

ByTodd H. Wiedemeier, Michael J. Barden, Patrick E. Haas, W. Zachary Dickson

chapter 10|168 pages

Design and Installation of Ground-Water Monitoring Wells

ByDavid M. Nielsen, Ronald Schalla

chapter 11|42 pages

Multilevel Ground-Water Monitoring

ByMurray Einarson

chapter 12|34 pages

Monitoring Well Post-Installation Considerations

ByCurtis A. Kraemer, James A. Shultz, James W. Ashley

chapter 13|30 pages

Acquisition and Interpretation of Water-Level Data

ByMatthew G. Dalton, Brent E. Huntsman, Ken Bradbury

chapter 15|154 pages

Ground-Water Sampling

ByDavid M. Nielsen, Gillian L. Nielsen

chapter 16|22 pages

Ground-Water Sample Analysis

ByRock J. Vitale, Olin C. Braids

chapter 17|58 pages

Organization and Analysis of Ground-Water Quality Data

ByMartin N. Sara, Robert Gibbons

chapter 18|26 pages

Diagnosis of Ground-Water Monitoring Problems

ByCharles T. Kufs

chapter 19|44 pages

Health and Safety Considerations in Ground-Water Monitoring Investigations

BySteven P. Maslansky, Carol J. Maslansky