The effect of construction, installation, and development techniques on the performance of monitoring wells in fine-grained glacial tills : final report

  • 1987
Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute
  • "Prepared for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, May 1987."

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Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute
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xvii, 230 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
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  1. Wisconsin groundwater management practice monitoring project no. 18
  2. [Title Page]
  3. Executive summary
  4. Recommendations
  5. Abstract
  6. Table of contents
  7. List of figures
  8. List of tables
  9. List of appendices
  10. Introduction
  11. Previous studies
  12. Methodology
  13. Field equipment and laboratory tests
  14. Field sites
  15. Monitoring well installation and development
  16. Turbidity
  17. Slug-bail tests
  18. Laboratory testing of soil samples
  19. Comparison of field and laboratory results
  20. Potential sources of error in the determination of hydraulic parameters from bail-slug tests
  21. Summary of conclusions
  22. Recommendations
  23. Future work
  24. References
  25. Appendix I. Well screen flow rates and well screen dimensions used to determine screen hydraulic conductivities by a constant head test
  26. Appendix II. Well construction data for well installation at site 1 and site 2
  27. Appendix III. Slug and bail test data from sites 1 and 2 used to determine field hydraulic conductivity
  28. Appendix IV. One-dimensional consolidation test data used to determine in-situ void ratio, laboratory hydraulic conductivity, and preconcolidation pressure of soil samples from field sites 1 and 2
  29. Appendix V. Triaxial cell data used to determine the laboratory hydraulic conductivity of soil samples from sites 1 and 2
  30. Appendix VI. Well elevation and screen midpoint data
  31. [Cover]