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River Bank Filtration: Design, Purpose, Experience



Aired: June 19, 2013 from noon to 1pm Eastern:

Induced recharge near rivers is one way to produce reliable yields in alluvial aquifer systems. This approach to groundwater extraction has many advantages and a few regulatory challenges. This webinar will discuss the history of river bank filtration (RBF) systems in the United States and in Europe and present the issues that well field developers, regulators, and design/modelers need to think about as they site and use these system for their clients. The webinar outline will be as follows:

- History of RBF
- Hydraulics of wells near rivers
- Water quality – pathogens and inorganic chemistry
- Regulatory challenges – GWUDI designation
- Evaluating impacts and yield – new tools
- Experiences and case histories

Meet the Presenter:

Jack Wittman

 

Jack Wittman, National Director of GeoSciences, Layne Christensen Company

Dr. Jack Wittman is the National Director of GeoSciences for Layne Christensen Company, the largest water supply development company in the world.   Over the past 25 years he has worked on nuclear waste isolation, agricultural impacts to shallow aquifers, climate change impacts, and invented new methods for modeling surface and groundwater interactions. In a variety of positions Dr. Wittman has helped to develop water policy in several states.


 

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