July 8, 2019 By Ground Water Canada
Guelph, Ont. – Two papers by researchers at the G360 Institute for Groundwater Research at the University of Guelph in Ontario, are among the top 20 most read articles of 2017-18 in the journal Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation.
Steven Chapman and Beth Parker received a “Top Downloaded Article 2017-2018” distinction by Wiley in Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation as co-authors on the paper “DyeLIF New Direct‐Push Laser‐Induced Fluorescence Sensor System for Chlorinated Solvent DNAPL and Other Non‐Naturally FluorescingNAPLs.”
The paper is also co-authored by Murray Einarson and Adrian Fure of Haley & Aldrich, and Randy St. Germain of Dakota Technologies. The paper is an outcome of an ESTCP study “Direct-Push Optical Screening tool for High-Resolution, Real-Time Mapping of Chlorinated Solvent DNAPL Architecture” (ER-201121).
Amanda Pierce, Beth Parker, Robert Ingleton (University of Waterloo) and John Cherry received the same recognition for their paper “Novel Well Completions in Small Diameter Coreholes Created Using Portable Rock Drills.”
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