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Managing Water Well Deterioration

Series: Contributions to Hydrogeology Volume: 22

By: Robert G McLaughlan

128 pages, Figs, tabs, col plates

Taylor & Francis

Hardback | Dec 2002 | #128354 | ISBN: 905809247X
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This work focuses on a problem-oriented approach to diagnosing well deterioration. It integrates concepts from hydrogeology, hydrochemistry and microbiology to give a thorough understanding of water well deterioration processes. Scenarios have been developed to illustrate common causes of water well fouling. A feature of the text is the treatment of both corrosion and fouling issues in depth. Case studies selected from around the world are used to illustrate approaches to the diagnosis and remediation of well deterioration. These scientifically orientated perspectives on water well deterioration are embedded within a management framework to provide a comprehensive approach to dealing with water well deterioration.


1. Processes; 2. Problems in Different Types of Wells; 3. Well Management; 4. Diagnosing Well Deterioration; 5. Controlling Well Deterioration; 6. Case Studies; Appendices: A Water Chemistry Background; B Well Fouling Deposit Composition; C Corrosion Background; D Field Corrosion Study; E Sample Collection

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Robert McLaughlan is Senior Lecturerin Management, Policy and Practical Engineering in the National Centre for Groundwater Management of the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. His specialties include Soil/Groundwater/Infrastructure Biogeochemistry & Management, Contaminated Site Remediation,Land-based treatment of Urban water and Corrosion and fouling processes in groundwater & wells.

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