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Thursday 12 November 2020



PUMPING TESTS FOR AQUIFER EVALUATION, PART 6:
Water Level Measurements and Techniques for Pumping Tests


Discover and learn the most up-to-date information about
aquifer pumping test techniques from some of the most
recognized authorities in ground water.


Aquifer Pumping Tests are a key element to site characterization, water resources assessment and remediation system design. Even when you are confident of the geologic conditions, you may have difficulty designing effective aquifer tests, running field equipment or selecting the best available model to analyze the test data. Where do you turn for help with aquifer testing?

Midwest GeoSciences Group & In-Situ, Inc. can help! We have designed a powerful six-module webinar series about pumping test design, field methods and data analysis techniques. This course will highlight key steps for modernizing your aquifer testing from beginning to end.



MODULE SIX will cover the key aspects of measuring water level and drawdown during aquifer pumping tests. Adam Hobson will teach the fundamentals of water level measurements with a focus on the use of submersible pressure transducers and data loggers, including instrument selection, common measurement errors, data transfer, and best use practices.

Outline:

  • Water level measurement devices

  • Water level from pressure

  • How pressure transducers work

  • Instrument selection
    • Vented vs. Non-vented
    • Range and Accuracy

  • Common Errors and Best Use Practices
    • Instrument setup and installation
    • Data logging, download, and transfer

Proficiency Test:
Confirm your knowledge after the course module with a self-test.

 

Register now for this unique online-offline course
that presents key insights about aquifer pumping tests
that are found nowhere else online.



Whether you want to apply aquifer pumping tests to hydrogeologic characterization, water supply development or remediation design, this Online-Offline Course will provide attendees with information that is not available elsewhere on the web.




Schedule: Thursday, November 12, 2020
11am (Pacific)
12 noon (Mountain)
1pm (Central)
2pm (Eastern)

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Fee: $99.00 USD each
when Members register for the Entire Series,
Per Computer Site


$149.00 USD each
when Members register for Two-or-more modules,
Per Computer Site


299.00 USD for Part Six,
Per Computer Site


Instructor: Adam Hobson, PG
Handouts: Copy of Webinar Slides (pdf)
Record of Attendance Form (pdf)
Duration: 1.5 hour plus Q&A
(no restrictions on time limit for extra Q&A!)
Professional
Development:
Earn 1.5 Professional Development Hours (1.5 PDH)

A Record of Attendance Form is included free with each webinar for your record keeping and individual PDH verification. We ask your on-site coordinator to return the completed and signed copy of the Form to us following the webinar for (1) maintaining a separate copy as a service to attendees and (2) forwarding to NIU confirming attendance for those who order certificates.

Attendees may also order an official a Course Completion Certificate from Northern Illinois University for a small administrative fee. The Certificate is optional and may be ordered separately following the webinar to confirm your attendance and showcase the certificate on your office wall. Instructions for ordering certificates are given during the webinar.


* This webinar is eligible for the 'BUY THREE, GET THREE' discount; however ANY webinar series discount shown above cannot be combined with it.

Attendees will be invited to actively participate during this live and interactive on-line web seminar. Discussion is planned following the webinar for those who want to continue the session. Bring your questions to the webinar and present them to the instructor and other participants for exploring the best solution.


Instructors Bio

Adam Hobson, PG is an expert in hydrologic monitoring and characterization, aquifer testing, and data management. He is currently Chief Hydrologist and an Application Development Manager at In-Situ, Inc., a world-leading manufacturer of innovative water monitoring instrumentation, including the Level TROLL, one of the most widely used submersible pressure transducers and data loggers for aquifer testing.

Before joining In-Situ, Adam spent over 20 years addressing water and environmental issues around the world for many industries. He specializes in the design, planning, and implementation of hydrologic and environmental investigations and feasibility studies, site characterizations, hydrologic monitoring, aquifer testing and analysis, and project management. In his current role, Adam focuses on the development and use of innovative technologies to solve common and complex challenges in the areas of water quality, level, and flow monitoring and serves as In-Situ's designated subject matter expert and spokesman on all issues related to groundwater applications. Adam is Registered Professional Geologist and holds a bachelor's degree in Earth & Environmental Science from Wesleyan University and a master's degree in Civil Engineering with a Water Resources/Hydrology focus from the University of Colorado.

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