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Three Reasons to Get the Book What You Should Know Before You Drill a Water Well

When it comes to drilling wells, there are many more ways to do it wrong than to do it right. That is why we here at American Water Surveyors have decided to write the literal book on well drilling. The book, What You Should Know Before You Drill a Water Well, talks about everything that you need to know as someone needing a well drilled on your property, from cost to technology and what to expect from the experience. Here are just a few ways in which our book will help you get the well you need.

  1. Learn the terminology

Like every specialized trade out there, water finding and well drilling get very technical very quickly. For most people, that means they can’t fully understand what’s being communicated with them simply because they are unfamiliar with the terms and lingo used by professionals. What You Should Know Before You Drill a Water Well gives you a walkthrough of the processes and language used by well water experts, so you can talk with them about what they are doing and help yourself understand what’s happening.

  1. Learn About the Process

Technology has come a long way when it comes to water finding and well drilling. Back in the day, it consisted of little more than someone making a guess, drilling down and testing the results. Today, advanced leaps in seismoelectric technology means professional water finders can determine the source and reliability of a water source before drilling.

We use a patented machine called a GF3500 that shoots special pulses down into the earth. These pulses give back readings that detect water bearing zones underground, between the rock and soil. By reading these pulses, a water finding expert will determine the reliability, draw, and potential of an underground water source. That means when you do drill, the source is more likely going to provide a clean and reliable water source that does not run dry in a few years.

With our many years of experience, we have seen too many property owners rely on guess work or “water witching” to find a well site. Our book takes the guess work out of the equation so you can save time and money when drilling a well, and get a well with the depth and volume you need.

  1. Save Money

The best thing this book can do for you is help you save money. In the early chapters of What You Should Know Before You Drill a Water Well, you will learn how to save money more than anything else. The book shows you the most effective ways to find water and drill wells. Effective planning means saving money because well drillers charge by the foot. If a technician drills a dry well, you still have to pay the driller, so knowing where the water is means big savings. Having a reliable well saves on a re-drilling too, since a properly sourced well should not quickly run dry.

Need a Well? Get the Book Today

Find out why a groundwater survey can save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars. Can water witches really find water, or is it just random luck? When interviewing well drillers do you know what questions to ask? The answers are in this book.

Should you select the driller with the lowest bid? Does experience matter? After the well driller drills the well, who installs the pump, runs the electrical lines and handles the plumbing? Does the driller provide a turnkey price? The answers are in this book.

What type of well development method will the driller use to ensure maximum yield from your well? Is well development included in the driller’s quote? The answers are in this book.

What You Should Know Before You Drill a Water Well is an invaluable resource for anyone who is thinking about finding well water on their property, whether it is for personal, agricultural or industrial use. Armed with the right knowledge, you will be able to better understand the technology and terminology that goes into well drilling and finding water, and you will be able to save money along the way. With our book, you can start the process of finding clean and reliable sources of water hidden deep beneath your property.

December 8, 2018 at 9:24 am Comments (0)

Live Near a Farm? Here is why you Need a Water Finding Service Before Drilling a Well

 

When living in a farming community or area, you are most likely reliant on well water as the main source of water for your home or farmstead. While water may be in a lot of locations under the ground at any given moment, you need to find the proper location before you drill a well. You don’t see oil companies just drilling randomly to find their sources of wealth, so you shouldn’t for drill randomly for finding water either. Wells are expensive to drill, as drilling companies often charge by the foot. Blindly drilling can be costly if you don’t hit a good enough source, because you are charged whether the water drillers find water or not. This is where water finding services come in.

Seismic Technology

Finding water has advanced over the recent years with more technologies on the market. The days of dowsing or witching for groundwater are out, and now water finding service companies can help you find that perfect location for your well by scientifically analyzing the area. The most commonly used technology for finding good sources of water is a seismoelectric survey instrument such as the GF3500, which is able to detect electrical signals generated by the passage of seismic impulses through layered rocks, sediments and soils. By using such instruments, a surveyor analyses up to 20 sites per day to find just the right place and depth to drill for a well.

Not only does the GF3500 find water, it can also give information such as the depth and the quality of the water as the signal penetrates the aquifer and the surveyor analyses the signal sent to the software. Having enough water for what you need is important, especially if you are using it for a farm and not just a household.

Location, Location, Location

Finding water just anywhere is not ideal either, as many locations can be compromised by various issues. A water finding service will understand the risks and laws of where a well needs to be located, or not located. You aren’t going to want a well that is too close to a sewer, septic tank, near a pasture, on-lot sewage system absorption field, cesspool, barnyard or silo. As well, groundwater that is within 10 feet of the surface is not something you want either as it’ll be more susceptible to contamination.

A Sustainable Source

Using the information gathered by a seismoelectric survey, a water finding company can also determine whether the aquifer they have found is going to be useable long-term. With blind drilling, the drilling company may drill too fast or too far and miss a source of water, or drill too shallow in an aquifer and produce a less-than-ideal well that can’t keep up with demands. Farmers that are using groundwater for irrigation of their fields may be using the same aquifer that intersects with your property, so you’ll want to know if adding another well is going to be viable, particularly during growing seasons when the aquifer is being drained. (During off seasons it will be recovering and likely be able to handle the extra well.)

Contact us Today for a Water Finding Survey

If you are looking to put a well on your farm and want to ensure a safe, quality water source, contact American Water Surveyors today.

November 20, 2018 at 2:24 pm Comments (0)

The Difference Between a Dowsing Rod and the GF3500 Seismoelectric Survey Instrument

Summary: A dowsing rod won’t help you find water like the GF3500. Here’s why.

When it comes to finding water underground, there are a few options available to people and companies. Some of these options include dowsing rods, which will likely not help you find water, and tools like American Water Surveyors’ GF3500 seismoelectric survey instrument, that are pretty much guaranteed to find water. What are these techniques and why is choosing a professional water surveying company the right choice?

First, it’s best to explain the differences between the GF3500 and dowsing rods, and how each works.

The GF3500 seismoelectric survey instrument is a tool used by American Water Surveyors to help locate and determine the viability of water sources hidden deep underground. The device uses seismoelectric technology that sends pulses through the earth. Those pulses are then sent to a console for the user to investigate. Since water changes the pulses, the findings can actually visually represent the location and depth of the water. Based on the findings, the user can then determine if water exists below and even make educated assessments on whether that water is a viable source for a well.

A dowsing rod, by contrast, is a stick, usually with a y-shaped split at the end, used to sense where water may be. The process is based on divination, a non-scientific method in which someone who can sense the resources underground can focus their senses through the dowsing rod. While dowsing has long been abandoned in favor of more scientific and conclusive water finding methods, there is still a large group of people throughout the world who practice dowsing.

The main difference between dowsing and the GF3500 is, quite simply, that one is based on science and the other is based on superstition. Dowsing rods date back hundreds if not thousands of years, to times long before we based out knowledge on science and fact. While they sometimes worked, this was purely random or coincidence. Today, much more scientific options are available. Since dowsing is so unreliable, it can lead to lots of unnecessary excavation, costing you time and money.

This is why the difference between dowsing rods and scientific instruments matter: one can save you money while the other will mostly likely cost you time and money. By using American Water Surveyors, you can determine water sources and their viability before starting to dig, meaning you could spend less time and effort trying to find something that isn’t there. In the end, that will save you money and won’t waste your time. Plus, by going with a professional water surveying company, you could potentially find multiple water sources, so you can have multiple wells ready for a consistent supply of water.

People have been trying to find water underground for thousands of years, but it wasn’t until relatively recently that technology was created that can find reliably find water sources. With instruments like the GF3500, we can now look deep underground before excavation and determine the presence and viability of water sources below.

To learn more, visit American Water Surveyors.

November 3, 2018 at 6:51 pm Comments (0)

Why You Should Call a Water Finding Company for Your Golf Course Development

Summary: American Water Surveyors takes the guesswork out of determining whether your potential golf course site has access to a reliable groundwater resource. Protect yourself from a lack of suitable water by having a groundwater survey conducted on your property before any digging commences.

The quality of a golf course is often defined by the landscape, but maintaining the landscape is difficult due to economic and environmental strains. Water is critical to the day-to-day operations of a golf course. Without a suitable water source, the property isn’t able to sustain the long-term health of their course and this can have a huge impact on overall client satisfaction and revenue. Today we will discuss how golf developers can determine the quality and management of the water they need to run the course.

Create A Water Budget

How much water is needed each year to keep the turf of your golf course healthy? Does your golf facility use water efficiently, and can you prove it? If you were unable to answer these questions than you need to create a water budget! The only way you can efficiently manage your golf course’s resources is to measure the use and consumption of them. A water budget allows you to estimate the amount of water needed to irrigate the golf course each month, and this estimate can be used as a benchmark to compare future water use too. As monthly water-use data is tracked, you can get a proper indication of the efficiency of your golf course’s irrigation system. This will allow you to find more innovative solutions for water optimization that will not only save you money, but also protect the environment. Regulators, water district personnel, golf course officials, and other entities will also want access to water use documentation, so it is important to keep track of it.

Call A Water Finding Company

After the creation of your water budget, and before the development of your golf course, you need determine whether or not a potential site has a reliable water source. One of the most common limitations that restricts the development of golf courses is the lack of suitable water. Instead of trying to guess whether or not a potential golf course site has an adequate water supply, a water finding company will accurately determine if groundwater is available and whether or not it will yield the required volume for your golf course. Hiring a water finding company will help you avoid purchasing a site that is dry or has low-quality groundwater; planning ahead saves you time and money. In areas where the protection of land or groundwater quality is critical due to soil type, surface groundwater, or other factors, a golf course is required to have a plan that prevents potential adverse impacts.

Contact American Water Surveyors Today

Make sure that your golf course has continuous access to a fresh and clean groundwater by contacting American Water Surveyors today. We are dedicated to being the premier service provider in the water finding industry. We map the transmissivity of water from the surface and estimate yield in gallons per minute or liters per second. We ensure that your groundwater resource is suitable for all of your needs. Email us at info@wefindwater.com or call us at 1-877-SEISMO1 (734-7661) to find out more.

 

October 9, 2018 at 4:29 pm Comments (0)

Where’s the Best Spot to Put a Well When You Live Next to a Feedlot?

Summary: Digging a well near a feedlot can be very risky if you do not leave it up to a professional to locate a safe spot to dig. In order to avoid the risk of contamination in your water, call American Water Surveyors for help.

If you live outside of the city, you are likely dependent on well water. However, what happens when you have to dig a well when you live near a feedlot? American Water Surveyors is here to help!

What to Consider When Placing a Well Near a Feedlot

There are a lot of factors to consider when digging a well, especially when that well is located in close proximity to a feedlot. It’s imperative to maintain a safe distance between wells and any contamination sources that may exist in the area. Farm animal feedlots are a source of contamination for your well as they can lead to manure and fertilizer discharge, which can contaminate the surrounding natural environment. Depending on each individual situation, there is a distance that must be measured and maintained between any feedlot and the well that you are looking to dig.

How to Locate the Perfect Spot for a Well

Now that you know to maintain your distance from the feedlot, you are ready to set up the well, right? Unfortunately, no. There are many factors to consider before beginning to dig, and American Water Surveyors can assist you with all of them. If you pay a well driller to come out and dig you a test well, did you know that they may never hit water? Water well drillers actually get paid by the foot, whether they find water or not! Their job is simply to dig, and that is what they do. Unlike water well drillers, American Water Surveyors has created a simple and straightforward method of finding water, all without digging. We can save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars with our technology. Through the use of seismic surveying instruments and physics, we not only locate groundwater supplies in advance of drilling – we are also able to measure groundwater depths and yields. The transmissivity of water can be mapped from the surface, while yield can be estimated in gallons per minute or liters per second. Seismoelectrics is the technique of choice for all cost-conscious groundwater users.

Contact Us Today for More

At American Water Surveyors, we pride ourselves on being the premier service provider in the water finding industry. We have completed over 640 groundwater surveys in 22 states, including: Texas, Arizona, Kansas, Montana, Alabama, Tennessee, Wyoming, and Maryland. No matter where you are located in the United States, we will come to you. If you need to install a groundwater well in proximity to a feedlot, you cannot afford to take any chances. With the help of American Water Surveyors, you will not only find groundwater – we will locate a source of safe, fresh groundwater that you and your family can enjoy for years to come.

September 20, 2018 at 6:44 pm Comments (0)

What to do if Your Well Runs Out of Water

Summary: If you depend on well water, you cannot afford to let your well run dry. The best way to avoid a dry well is to ensure that you drill deep into an aquifer the first time.

Many people who live beyond the big city limits rely on well water to provide them and their family with fresh, safe water to drink. In a developed country, it can be easy to fall into the habit of taking water for granted, but have you ever stopped to think about what might happen if your well runs dry?

Can Your Well Run Out of Water?

If your well has been correctly drilled, it can last your family a lifetime, but it is possible for a well to run dry. This often happens with wells that are too shallow. If a well is not drilled deep enough, it may only be a water table well. These wells are influenced greatly by the amount of rain that falls, as these shallow water tables are dependent upon rain to replace what water has been depleted. If there is a period of drought in your area, you will run the risk of running out of water.

One of the best ways to combat a dry well is to drill deeper in an attempt to locate a more stable source of water. By doing so, water well drillers are looking for an aquifer that will not be as easily affected by a lack of rainfall.

However, you can simply avoid all of this hassle by ensuring that you drill a deep well to begin with! By calling a water finding company, instead of depending on a shallow water table well that could run dry any time it fails to rain, you can enjoy a steady stream of water from a deep well.

How Do Water Finding Companies Make a Difference?

Water finding companies, like American Water Surveyors, are able to measure groundwater depths and yields from the surface, before locating the perfect spot to dig. In contrast, water well drillers often get paid by the foot as they dig, regardless of whether or not they hit water. Water finding companies don’t only look for sources of water – they look for the best sources. American Water Surveyors uses the latest in technology to assist farmers, municipalities, developers, and homeowners alike find the best water sources on their properties. By doing so, you will feel assured that your water source will last for years to come, even during a dry season. A deep well in a confined aquifer has a much better chance of containing water during a dry spell than a water table well ever could.

Contact American Water Surveyors Today

Make sure that you and your family have continuous access to fresh, clean well water by contacting American Water Surveyors for your water finding needs. We are dedicated to being the premier service provider in the water finding industry. We can map the transmissivity of water from the surface and estimate yield in gallons per minute or liters per second. We ensure that your well is deep within the ground, so that you can depend on your aquifer for a long time. Email us at info@wefindwater.com or call us at 1-877-SEISMO1 (734-7661) to find out more.

September 7, 2018 at 6:20 pm Comments (0)

Tips to Save Money When Water Well Drilling During a Drought

Summary: Finding water during a drought is even more difficult than usual, yet incredibly necessary. Rather than spending thousands of dollars digging for water that you don’t know is there or not, have American Water Surveyors conduct a groundwater survey, before you begin to drill.

Droughts occur all across the country and when they do, they have a severe impact on a large portion of the population. Whether you live in the city or in a more rural location, drought can affect your water supply.

Drilling Deeper During Droughts

During a drought, there is a much higher chance of your water well running dry. This is because more water is being pumped out of the well than what is coming in. Due to the dry weather, the water table will fall further below the surface, as it’s not being replenished by regular rainfall. In order to solve this issue, many people choose to deepen their wells in an attempt to reach a more reliable water supply. The main concern when it comes to this solution is that you are not guaranteed to hit water when you dig further. A deeper, properly constructed well has many benefits. If you do hit water, your water source will be protected from surface contamination, including fertilizers and spills. Also, if you do experience drought, it will take a lot longer to hit your water table. If you choose to combat drought by digging a deeper well, you can save money by ensuring that you have a good groundwater source beneath your well before you start to dig.

Call on American Water Surveyors to Find Water

Even if you are extending an existing well, there is no guarantee that you are going to hit water when you begin digging. Unfortunately, water well drillers get paid by the foot, whether they find water or not. Before you spend hundreds – if not thousands – of dollars on a well that does not produce results, call upon American Water Surveyors. We are able to find water before drilling! Best of all, our water finding services cost much less than drilling test wells or dry wells. We use the world’s leading edge technology to measure groundwater depths and yields, assisting everyone – from ranchers and farmers to real estate developers and municipalities. The transmissivity of water can be mapped from the surface, and yield can be estimated in gallons per minute or liters per second.

Although drilling is an effective exploration method, it is very costly. In the early 20th century, the modern oil industry grew from using drilling to using seismic surveying as its principal exploration method. Seismic surveying reduces exploration costs tenfold, which is why oil exploration and development companies rapidly grew richer. Now, American Water Surveyors has used the same technology to improve upon traditional water finding methods. Antiquated water finding techniques involve water witches, armed with rods or sticks. If you’d like to drill for water during a drought, we can effectively locate groundwater supplies in advance of drilling by using science. Our methods are based upon physics, not magic. We have completed over 640 groundwater surveys across 22 states, including Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Tennessee, and Montana. Contact us at info@wefindwater.com or at 1-877-SEISMO1 to see how seismoelectrics can help you find water, even during a period of drought.

August 10, 2018 at 2:47 pm Comments (0)

It’s Not Just About Finding the Water – Why Depth and Yield Matter Too

Summary: American Water Surveyors takes the guesswork out of drilling for water by determining the depth and yield of groundwater sources before you dig. Water well drillers get paid by foot, even if they don’t hit water. Protect yourself from digging a dry well by having a groundwater survey conducted on your property, before any digging commences.

What is your main concern when it comes to finding water? Do you know what it is you’re looking for, or is it once you find water that you think you’ve succeeded? Finding water is actually only half the battle when it comes to finding a reliable groundwater source. What many people don’t realize is the fact that depth and yield matter too.

Knowing Depth and Yield of Groundwater Sources

Have you ever drilled a dry well? Or maybe you’ve drilled a well that didn’t produce enough water to justify the cost? Knowing depth and yield before you even begin to drill a water well can actually save you hundreds (if not thousands) of dollars. The problem is, water well drillers get paid by the foot, whether they actually find water or not. The water finding services that we offer at American Water Surveyors cost far less than drilling test wells or dry wells, and also offers much more information than drilling a test well ever could. We are dedicated to being the premier service provider in the water finding industry. We use the world’s leading-edge technology to measure groundwater depths and yields. The transmissivity of water can be mapped from the surface, and yield can be estimated in gallons per minute or liters per second. Our seismic exploration techniques offer the only effective method for locating groundwater supplies in advance of drilling. Our exploration methods are based on physics and seismoelectrics, and are now the technique of choice for cost-conscious groundwater users.

Understanding Groundwater Depth and Yield

Water well drillers typically depend on antiquated or guesswork methods to determine where water may be found. Either that, or they will drill experimental wells – also known as exploratory test wells – which quickly drive up the cost for the consumer. All of these techniques are unreliable and can be ineffective, especially considering that not all water well companies have the same level of expertise. In contrast, American Water Surveyors uses a completely different approach. We use advanced seismoelectric survey instruments, which allow water well seekers to detect water, as well as the depth and its anticipated yield. Geology, water tables, and area water well logs are all considered into the activity.

Contact American Water Surveyors Now!

If you would like to know the depth and yield of your groundwater sources prior to drilling a well, contact American Water Surveyors today. Drilling for fresh water can be an expensive and time-consuming process. Cut back on the amount of time it takes by having us conduct an affordable groundwater survey on your property before you dig. Email us at info@wefindwater.com or call us at 1-877-SEISMO1 (734-7661) to find out more. Calling us before you drill can save you hundreds – if not thousands – of dollars on drilling a dry well. We will not only determine the location of your best groundwater sources, but will also determine the depth and yield of those sources, ensuring that the well you dig is reliable and can stand the test of time.

August 3, 2018 at 2:25 pm Comments (0)

How a Portable Water Finding Company Benefits You

Summary: No matter where you are located, American Water Surveyors can travel across the United States. We pride ourselves on being a portable water finding company that can assist our customers, wherever they happen to be.

American Water Surveyors (AWS) is based in Forth Worth, Texas, however, we are a portable water finding company that services the entire United States. If you need to determine the depth and yield of groundwater before drilling, we can help. Don’t waste hundreds – if not thousands – of dollars in digging dry wells, all in an attempt to hit a suitable groundwater source. AWS can travel to you and help you find water, before you dig.

Water Well Drilling

No matter where in the United States you are located, water is essential to the health and well-being of everyone you know. We understand how difficult it can be to find reliable sources of groundwater using outdated methods. With our technology, the transmissivity of water can be mapped from the surface, and yield can be estimated in gallons per minute or liters per second. Traditionally, water well drillers would depend on antiquated or guesswork methods to determine where water may be found. Either that, or they would drill experimental wells, also known as exploratory test wells, which not only drive up the cost exponentially, but can also be ineffective. Keep in mind that not all water well companies have the same level of expertise. If you’re interested in water well drilling in Colorado, Kansas, Texas, or even Oklahoma, make sure you are armed with the knowledge you need to select the best water well drilling company to work with you.

How Can AWS Benefit You?

Are you are already planning on drilling water wells, or are in the process of looking for drilling companies? Before you do, you should consider having American Water Surveyors conduct an affordable groundwater survey on your property. We have been hired not only by our clients directly, but we have also assisted New Mexico well drillers, Texas well drillers and water well drillers in plenty of other states. Everyone who doesn’t live in an urban area where clean water is piped in needs to have access to well water that is safe to drink. It is for this reason that American Water Surveyors is dedicated to travelling all across the United States in order to service our customers. We will travel anywhere in the U.S. to help our clients with their Texas well water, Oklahoma water wells, well drilling in New Mexico, or their well drilling in Colorado. Using portable discovery and drilling equipment, our expert team of water well surveyors have been bringing our services all over this great country. American Water Surveyors welcomes the opportunity to survey for any water well, in any state.

Contact AWS Today!

If you are interested in learning more about our portable water finding services, contact American Water Surveyors today at info@wefindwater.com or call us at 877-SEISMO1 (734-7661). If you need a groundwater survey conducted in your area, we can help! AWS has completed over 680 groundwater surveys in 22 states, including: Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Illinois, Montana, Utah, Nebraska, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Wyoming, Ohio, Iowa, West Virginia, and Maryland. We can go anywhere!

July 27, 2018 at 4:04 pm Comments (0)

A Side-By-Side Comparison: Water Divining vs. Water Finding with Technology

Summary: Water witching may be one of the only forms of magic that many members of the modern adult population still believe in. American Water Surveyors has a better method of finding groundwater, which is rooted in science and technology.

If you’ve ever stopped to consider what method of finding water reigns superior, American Water Surveyors is here to help. Water divining may still be believed by a number of individuals, but it is actually technology that has proven to deliver the most reliable results. See below for our side-by-side comparison of ancient water divining versus modern technology.

Water Divining

In the past, the only effective way to find groundwater supplies has been by water well drilling while accompanied by a “water witch” or “dowser”. These people are essentially magicians who claim to have the divine powers of determining where to drill at a particular location. How do they do this? Traditionally, drilling a water well was preceded by water dousing or witching, also known as divining. It was first practiced in Germany in the 15th century and its methodology remains similar today. A dowser holds a Y-shaped twig or metal rods in both hands, with the single branch facing outwards. They begin to walk over the ground where the well water is most likely to be found, and if the twig wavers or drops down, the water source is thought to be located below. In some cases, a pendulum made of crystal can also be used. The crystal is asked the appropriate questions, to which the pendulum swings from right to left, or back and forth. Depending on the direction, these answers correlate to “yes” or “no”. Skeptics have largely discounted both of these non-scientific methods of finding water because today’s technological practices produce much more reliable and credible results.

Water Finding with Technology

American Water Surveyors believes that the only effective method for locating groundwater supplies in advance of drilling is based upon physics, rather than magic. Seismoelectrics is now the technique of choice for cost-conscious groundwater users. We use state-of-the art technology to find the best water available. With our portable discovery and drilling equipment. Our water well surveyors have been bringing our highly rated services across the USA for years. Seismic exploration – which sees the fluids in rock and soil – has vastly reduced drilling expenses when compared to earlier methods. The GF3500 seismoelectric survey instrument is designed specifically for detecting electrical signals generated by the passage of seismic impulses through layered rocks, sediments and soils. Its design is portable, rugged and simple. The remarkably high signal to noise ratios achieved with the patented design means that productivities are high – up to 20 sites can be surveyed by a single operator in one day’s work. The depth from which signals originate can be estimated in the same way as in a seismic reflection survey, by utilizing the travel time of the downgoing seismic impulse. The quality of the aquifer is estimated by semi-empirical relationships established between signal bandwidth and amplitude and aquifer permeability. These are supported by thousands of observations over the past decade. It is also possible to estimate water table depth by noting the downward transition from a disordered signal geometry to signals having focused radial symmetry. Systematic surveys along traverses or in grids allow the lateral variability of aquifers to be mapped.

Contact American Water Surveyors for More Information

Want to know more about the technology that we use to find groundwater? Contact American Water Surveyors today at info@wefindwater.com or call us at 877-SEISMO1 (734-7661) to have all of your questions answered.

July 14, 2018 at 9:30 am Comments (0)

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