Over a long time in a consulting practice, and especially with online-only publishing of reports, it is easy for some really good content to become lost. These are reports that we have generated that have wider benefit beyond the client's immediate need. The newer ones are published with client permission.
Also included in this list is Field Evaluation of Emergency Well Disinfection for Contamination Events, previously published in our Free Technical Article Library, but not moved here to this new category.
Some may have attachments or other auxiliary material not included. If seriously interested for real work, contact us for more information.
The following are available as attachments listed below:
Background Document for Monitoring Program (a review of geomicrobiology with a focus on coal-seam-gas-affected aquifers -- For Queensland Dept. of Natural Resources and Mines (2015) -- Part of the Investigation of Microbial Aspects of Groundwater Quality and Volatile By-products Related to Coal Seam Gas Development
Sampling and Analysis Plan -- For Queensland Dept. of Natural Resources and Mines (2015) -- Part of the Investigation of Microbial Aspects of Groundwater Quality and Volatile By-products Related to Coal Seam Gas Development
Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports (attachments linked following)
Closed Basin Report: Evaluation of Problems with Closed Basin Division Salvage Wells with Recommendations -- For Bureau of Reclamation (2000).
Report of Investigations with Recommendations, Biological Fouling of the Pressure Relief Drainage System, Pablo Canyon Dam, Montana (PabloReport2001.pdf)
Technical Services Center Official Version, Pablo Canyon report (PabloRpt.pdf, 2001)
Drain and Well Maintenance and Rehabilitation for Dam Safety: Review with Recommendations (2006)
Current Research in Dam Drain Clogging and its Prevention, Proc. Dam Safety ’06, 23rd Annual Conference, Association of State Dam Safety Officers (Smith and Hosler, 2006) -- The bite-sized summary of the "dam work" reports for USBR
Operation and Maintenance of Extraction and Injection Wells at HTRW sites, EP 1110-1-27, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Alford, Leach and Smith, 2000, currently accessible also at this USACE.ARMY.MIL link). In memory of George Alford and our project meetings in the Florida piney woods.