The digital copy of the Water Well Journal (August 2019) from the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) is now available for perusal.
This issue discusses topics such as reverse circulation drilling; technology and its benefits for agricultural systems; irrigation fundamentals; foot protection and shoe selection; recognition of staff achievement and upcoming events.
Persons wishing to view this issue can visit me at my desk or send me an email.
We have just received our digital issue of the National Ground Water Association’s (NGWA) Water Well Journal for February 2018.
This issue besides offering details on upcoming events and relevant equipment to use in the field, also highlights steps to creating good drilling fluid, employee motivation, as well as, photos and related articles to Groundwater Week 2017, which took place from December 5 – 7 in Nashville, Tennessee with over four thousands (4000) attendees.
Persons wishing to view this journal or back issues can send me an email or visit me at my desk.
Although our section does not focus so much on groundwater activities, as much in the past, with Wells Meeting and the like, I do look forward to our Water Well Journal subscription since it helps keep us abreast of technology trends that are occurring in the drilling world, as well as, provides articles that can be applied to performance and safety measures and overall best practices in the office.
The journal subscription for February, 2017 is no different, since it documents, aerial drones to monitor drilling on site, guidelines for posting work related information online, engineering for water system designers and a review of commonly used performance indicators.
For those of you wishing to read this issue or even a previous issue, please email me or check me at my desk. Happy Reading 🙂
We have been able to successfully download our digital copy of the Water Well Journal for September 2016 (Volume 70 No. 9).
In this issue one may find information on relevant heavy equipment that can be recommended for use in the field of well drilling, as well as, the importance of communication among contractors and the issue of noise pollution within the workplace among other important articles.
For persons wishing to view this issue you can visit me at my desk or send me an email.
P.S. With regards to the previous post,in which I stated I was unable to download outstanding journals due to network problems, I am pleased to say that I have been able to download these successfully. Thus copies of the journal for May, June, July and August, are now available and can be shared.
Digital copies of the Water Well Journal by the National Ground Water have been received for the months of April, May, June, July and August for the year of 2016. Persons wishing to view any of these journals may visit me at my desk or send me an email.
Although I wanted to download these before posting, due to some network connection errors I have only been able to download the journal for the month of April.
However, since the information can still be accessed via the link persons would still be able to read up on new developments in the world of drilling, as well as, view discussions on topics such as geothermal systems, safety in the workplace, aquifers and other relevant topics.
Our digital copy of the Water Well Journal for February 2016 has arrived. This issue focuses more on groundwater aspects, which although is not our main focus area right now can definitely add to one’s general knowledge for discussions with our partners in the field.
Some of the topics covered include groundwater monitoring, geothermal heat pumps, continued education (which applies to all professionals), thermal conductivity, field notes for groundwater professionals, geology and irrigation pumps.
Those of you wishing to view this journal can contact me via email or visit me at my desk. 🙂
The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) have just emailed our digital copy of the Water Well Journal – August 2015. With the print version on the way, members of staff can have the opportunity to view articles that interest them sooner rather than later.
This issue discusses important topics such as disinfecting wells, combating corrosion, inactive or seasonally active wells, geologic samples, drilling, safety, fields of study in groundwater and groundwater careers, water rights, disagreements in the workplace and volunteering.
Persons wishing to borrow this document can send me an email or visit me at my desk. 🙂