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Pumping Tests: Analyzing drawdown data recorded in the pumping well

2016-11-22T18:26:23+00:00 November 5th, 2014|Categories: AquiferTest|Tags: , |

A fundamental assumption when analyzing a pumping test is that the water level measured represents the water level in the aquifer. This is mainly true in observation wells, but not in the pumping well (PW) itself. The water level measured in a pumping well is not the water level in the aquifer. In an ideal world, [...]

AquiferTest 2014 Released

2016-11-22T18:26:29+00:00 February 21st, 2014|Categories: AquiferTest|Tags: , , |

Waterloo Hydrogeologic is pleased to announce the release of AquiferTest Pro 2014.1 pumping and slug test analysis software.   The new release delivers support for the Lugeon test analysis and interpretation - an industry standard in-situ packer test designed for estimating the hydraulic conductivity of fractured rock formations. AquiferTest Pro 2014.1 accelerates Lugeon test data interpretation and [...]

Waterloo Hydrogeologic Sponsors Short Course: Critical Thinking in Aquifer Test Interpretation

2016-10-25T20:25:02+00:00 May 5th, 2013|Categories: AquiferTest, Events, Training|Tags: |

Our partner, Oak Environmental Inc. is offering a one day Aquifer Testing short course ‘Critical Thinking in the Interpretation of Aquifer Test’ instructed by Christopher Neville of S.S. Papadopulos and Associates. This course will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on March 8th, 2013. The course material includes discussion and lectures on topics such as [...]