Drilling and Well Completion


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Drilling and Well Completion
1010402Drilling and Well CompletionPerhaps one of the more common tasks a hydrogeologist will be involved with is obtaining subsurface information, which can be found through a variety of methods, including geophysical (Chapter 4), hand tools, and drilling methods. This chapter presents the common drilling methods and explains how monitoring and production wells are installed. A hydrogeologist does not need to know how to run a drill rig but should be familiar with drilling methods, terms, and well-completion strategies so that me…
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Willis D.Weight: Manual of Applied Field Hydrogeology. Drilling and Well Completion, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2001), AccessEngineering Export