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SLUG TESTING FOR IMPROVED SITE CHARACTERIZATION: 90-min Webinar

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    SLUG TESTING FOR IMPROVED SITE CHARACTERIZATION: The Six Key Steps 90-min webinar 5 April 2013 at 1pm Central LIVE AND INTERACTIVE with unlimited question and
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      SLUG TESTING FOR IMPROVED SITE CHARACTERIZATION: The Six Key Steps

      90-min webinar 5 April 2013 at 1pm Central

      LIVE AND INTERACTIVE with unlimited question and answer session

      www.midwestgeo.com

      INSTRUCTOR:
      Jim Butler, PhD, Kansas Geological Survey; Author of "The Design, Performance and Analysis of Slug Tests"

      Learn the key steps for performing slug tests, as well as for processing and analyzing the test data. Learn to recognize the key mechanisms affecting your test data. Learn how best to conduct and analyze slug tests in wells screened across the water table. Learn simple to perform step-by-step analysis procedures to get the most information from your test data. Whether you are working in highly permeable sediments or tight bedrock, conventional wells or direct-push installations, or even if you have existing data that are questionable, this 90-minute webinar will provide answers that are not available elsewhere on the web.

      PAST FEEDBACK ON WEBINAR:

      "By using real-world slug test data during the webinar, I was able to see right away how Jim Butler's guidelines improve the efficiency and confidence in hydraulic conductivity test results. The presentation's clear graphics and on-site examples made this a practical learning experience, and I will certainly be able to implement these ideas both in the field and in analysis".
      -Rachel McLean, AMEC Earth & Environmental

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      Midwest GeoSciences Group
      6771 Cy. Rd. 8 Waverly MN 55390 USA
      Dan Kelleher PG CIPM
      Phone: 763.607.0092
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