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Conrad G. Leszkiewicz, PhD, PE, PG
The dominant application of groundwater engineering is the provision of water supplies for municipalities, agriculture, and industries. Groundwater is the earth’s most abundant available fresh water source, exceeding that in all of the fresh water surface bodies on earth. With increasing demands for water from growing world populations, agriculture, and industry, as well as growing intermittent, if not long-term, shortages of surface water due to droughts, groundwater is becoming an even more important source of fresh water for society.
This 12-hour course is the second part of a three-part series that will provide the essential tools necessary for effective groundwater engineering of water supplies. This course will provide knowledge about the types of aquifer tests and how to perform them, as well as how to analyze the resulting data. These tools are vital for the engineer to design a cost-effective water supply well and/or well field.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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