The book, which provides practical information on water wells, including site selection, design, drilling methods and economics, is written in a fashion that is understandable, technically accurate and applicable to real-world situations, publisher NGWA Press said in a news release.
At more than 170 pages and featuring numerous drawings, photos, tables, and appendices, The Art of Water Wells is designed to be a valuable resource for well designers, contractors, engineers, water managers and hydrogeologists.
Glotfelty was the National Ground Water Association’s Distinguished McEllhiney Lecturer in 2012. He is a registered professional geologist in Arizona and California and a licensed well driller in Arizona. Glotfelty has been involved in the design, installation, rehabilitation and abandonment of more than 900 water wells in the southwestern United States.
The book costs $65 US for NGWA members; $75 US for non-members.
To order, go to the NGWA Bookstore at NGWA.org.