aquifer Applications

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Markthal: Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage

by Boode Waterwell Systems     based in Zevenhuizen, NETHERLANDS

PROJECT OVERVIEW: The iconic Markthal in Rotterdam. Supply of unique 0.4mm vertical slot PVC screen for the Aquifer Thermal Storage Energy system at Markthal, a 95,000m2 residential and commercial building with an indoor market hall.

Groundwater Monitoring for Water Resource Management

by HERON Instruments Inc.     based in Dundas, ONTARIO (CANADA)

One of the greatest problems facing the planet is the management, conservation and equitable distribution of fresh water supplies. The fresh water sources may be lakes, rivers or ground water aquifers, most of which are now under stress.

Residential and Commercial, Underground Thermal Energy Storage

by Boode Waterwell Systems     based in Zevenhuizen, NETHERLANDS

PROJECT OVERVIEW: Large residential and commercial project in London, overlooking the Thames. A 2.9MW cooling and heating aquifer thermal energy storage system for five mixed-use buildings including over 200 luxury apartments.

Data analysis and visualization tools for groundwater contamination

by C Tech Development Corporation     based in Henderson, NEVADA (USA)

Sites with soil contamination often are also subject to contamination of the groundwater.  Groundwater contamination can be very complex and a thorough understanding of the geology of the aquifer and contaminant sources is critical in planning remediation efforts.  EnterVol offers C Tech’s proven technology within the ArcGIS environment.

Water Quality Monitoring for the Groundwater Monitoring Industry

by AQUAREAD Limited     based in Broadstairs, UNITED KINGDOM

There are many reasons why you might want to conduct testing or water quality monitoring of groundwater. For example, you might wish to undertake groundwater modelling for a particular area to understand aquifer hydraulics. Parameters such as rhodamine are used to understand the movement of water underground. Groundwater testing would also be used to examine the effects, if any, of human activities. Leachate from landfill can find its way into groundwater, as can fertilisers from agriculture. Monitoring groundwater quality can identify the existence of a pollutant in order to mitigate any possible harmful effects.

Continuous Monitoring of Nitrates and Other Water Quality Parameters

by Hanna Instruments     based in Woonsocket, RHODE ISLAND (USA)

Nitrate is one of the most important parameters in assessing surface and ground water quality. Nitrates are naturally present in surface and ground waters in low concentrations, but are harmful to humans and livestock and cause aquatic ecosystem degradation in high concentrations. Nitrates enter the environment as human-induced pollution from a variety of sources, but the largest source is from agricultural fertilizer runoff . Other sources include wastewater treatment discharge, septic systems, and from pet waste. Nitrate is highly soluble in water and therefore readily leaches into water sources, whereas other human associated pollutants, such as phosphates and ammonia, are not transported as easily. This ability to be quickly transported into ground and natural waters such as drinking water wells, aquifers, reservoirs, lakes, and streams, coupled with its health and environmental implications make nitrate pollution and monitoring of major concern.

Data analysis and visualization tools for groundwater modeling

by C Tech Development Corporation     based in Henderson, NEVADA (USA)

Groundwater and Solute Transport modeling is a sub discipline of environmental sciences with unique needs. Modeling has long utilized 3D simulations, but the ability to visualize the results has lagged far behind the simulation technology. EVS-PRO and MVS have long offered professional level presentation tools worthy of the current state-of-the-art in modeling, and EnterVol now opens that door to GIS professionals around the world. Visualization of groundwater and solute transport modeling results can be performed from third party modeling systems such as USGS MODFLOW, MT3D, GMS©, Groundwater Vistas and Visual MODFLOW© using C Tech’s tools to convert these modeling outputs into EFF format. In conjunction with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and IT Group, C Tech performed the visualization and animation of the output from a Groundwater Vistas MODFLOW and MT3D99 simulation of a large industrial complex in the central valley area of California.  This site exhibits highly channelized flow which is evidenced by the flow paths. Note that flow in the lower aquifer crosses underneath the upper channels at about 30 degrees!

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