The third book in the Sustainable Well Series, Microbiology of Well Biofouling, is the second edition of Practical Manual of Groundwater Microbiology. It is concerned with solving production problems in all types of wells.
See what's new in the new edition:
Addresses deleterious events in all types of wells in greater detail
Discusses the generation of mass which interferes with the physical functioning of a well
Covers the major innovations in the field
Includes more field applicable material
Completely revised and updated
The book is a useful reference guide for water well operators, hazardous waste site operators, consulting engineers, public health inspectors, microbiologists, and analytical chemists. It is written with a direct, straight forward approach based upon the advances in the technology over the last twenty years.
With this guide, you understand the phenomena of biofouling, corrosivity, biodegradation, and shifts in hydraulic transmissivity that can be linked to microbial events. Practical approaches to the evaluation of these effects are introduced, including standard and novel methodologies.
Table of Contents
Direct Evidence of a Bacterial Event
Monitoring Methodologies for Biofouling Events
About the BARTÔ
Water Well Biofouling,Diagnosis
Biofouling in Wells, Practical Examples
Major Considerations in Well Biofouling
Using the Well Fouling Index (WFI)