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

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Paul, Duane G.; Palmer, Carl D.; Cherkauer, Douglas S.
The effect of construction, installation, and development techniques on the performance of monitoring wells in fine-grained glacial tills
Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 1987
230 pp.

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Contents

[Cover] Wisconsin groundwater management practice monitoring project no. 18

[Title page] The effect of construction, installation, and development techniques on the performance of monitoring wells in fine-grained glacial tills, pp. [unnumbered]-[i]

Executive summary, pp. ii-iv

Recommendations, pp. v-vi

Abstract, pp. vii-viii

[Contents] Table of contents, pp. ix-xi

[Contents] List of figures, pp. xii-xiv

[Contents] List of tables, pp. xv-xvi

[Contents] List of appendices, p. xvii

Introduction, pp. 1-2

Previous studies, pp. 3-7

Methodology, pp. 8-9

Field equipment and laboratory tests, pp. 10-21

Field sites, pp. 22-26

Monitoring well installation and development, pp. 27-39

Turbidity, pp. 40-54

Slug-bail tests, pp. 55-91

Laboratory testing of soil samples, pp. 92-113

Comparison of field and laboratory results, pp. 114-126

Potential sources of error in the determination of hydraulic parameters from bail-slug tests, pp. 127-147

Summary of conclusions, pp. 148-150

Recommendations, pp. 151-152

Future work, pp. 153-155

References, pp. 156-160

Appendix I. Well screen flow rates and well screen dimensions used to determine screen hydraulic conductivities by a constant head test, pp. 161-163

Appendix II. Well construction data for well installation at site 1 and site 2, pp. 164-170

Appendix III. Slug and bail test data from sites 1 and 2 used to determine field hydraulic conductivity, pp. 171-202

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, pp. 203-224

Appendix V. Triaxial cell data used to determine the laboratory hydraulic conductivity of soil samples from sites 1 and 2, pp. 225-228

Appendix VI. Well elevation and screen midpoint data, pp. 229-230 ff.

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