Ground Water Canada

Editor’s top 5 picks for 2015

December 30, 2015  By Ground Water Canada

We know your time is precious. If you only read five features this year, make it these gems.

The climate connection
Diana Allen, one of Canada’s leading ground water experts, shares insights gained from her research on coastal and mountainous regions, and weighs in on ground water issues in Canada. Allen has a lot to say, all of it interesting and insightful.

After the flood
Ken Hugo helps us understand why ground water levels rise during a flood and how this knowledge can help us determine losses and prevent future damages.


Drill-rig safety
Drill-rig safety is one of the most important aspects of water well and geothermal drilling in Canada. Julie Fitz-Gerald shares key best practices drilling companies can put in place to make their jobsites safer places to work.

Walking the talk
Aardvark Drilling, a new-generation Ontario business focused on health and safety and employee engagement, made for a lively look at what it takes to attract – and keep – workers.

Grappling with ground water
Carolyn Camilleri considers water management at the federal and provincial level and the role of associations, drillers and other key players.

Part 1 – Federal level  | Part 2 – Drillers and associations

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