Salient is an excellent design with a fresh approach for the ever-changing Web. Integrated with Gantry 5, it is infinitely customizable, incredibly powerful, and remarkably simple.
Regional ground water, company and related topical sites of interest (Ohio, midwest, etc., international)
AET (site is in Serbo-Croatian) is a group of ground-water and vadose zone consultants serving clients worldwide in the environmental restoration and water supply industries, with offices in Europe and the United States. Ground Water Science consults with them.
YSU's environmental and earth sciences department, including the interdisciplinary Natural Gas and Water Resources Institute
Well research and references.
GEOVision borehole video cameras and accessories. Also Vermont-based hydrogeological consulting hydrogeologist Jeff Hoffer. Ground+Water Tanzania has and uses a GEOVision camera unit.
ODNR oversees water, mineral and oil and gas resources in the State of Ohio
BGSU has some serious geology teaching and reearch assets. The web site is awful. Here is a place to start thrashing around in undergrad and grad programs.
The original Miami - others are imitations
Used to use the now quaint word "geology"
UT has related engineering and science programs that are also relevant.
As with UT, there is hydrogeology in the department scope
Consortium of ground water users in the Miami River Valley aquifer
Water resource agency for the Miami River watershed in Indiana and Ohio
Water Quality Lab, Heidelberg University, Ohio
Used to includes Ohio ground water information, but now lost in web site architecture changes. We can't help you.
Downloadable maps by county. Note: Such maps are generalized and not a substitute for performing actual hydrogeology.
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Western Ohio (Main) Office295 S. Lawn Ave.Bluffton, OH 45817419-358-0528Contact
Appalachian Plateau Office22 Edgewater Dr.Poland, OH 44514330-787-0496Contact
So you have biofouling in your wells and you wonder how it got there? Don’t blame the driller or pump installer. Biofouling bacteria are natural inhabitants of aquifers.