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Main Title Evaluation of Borehole Geophysical and Video Logs, at Butz Landfill Superfund Site, Jackson Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania.
Author Low, D. J. ; Conger, R. W. ;
CORP Author Geological Survey, New Cumberland, PA. Water Resources Div. ;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Publisher 2001
Year Published 2001
Report Number USGS-WRI-01-4173;
Stock Number PB2002-101279
Additional Subjects Boreholes ; Well logging ; Ground water ; Landfills ; Geophysical surveys ; Water wells ; Hydrology ; Monroe County(Pennsylvania) ; Hydrogeology ; Jackson Township(Pennsylvania)
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http://pa.water.usgs.gov/reports/wrir01-4173.pdf
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NTIS  PB2002-101279 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 10/21/2002
Collation 72p
Abstract
Between February 1996 and November 2000, geophysical logging was conducted in 27 open borehole wells in and adjacent to the Butz Landfill Superfund Site, Jackson Township, Monroe County, Pa., to determine casing depth and depths of water-producing zones, water-receiving zones, and zones of vertical borehole flow. The wells range in depth from 57 to 319 feet below land surface. The geophysical logging determined the placement of well screens and packers, which allow monitoring and sampling of water-bearing zones in the fractured bedrock so that the horizontal and vertical distribution of contaminated ground water migrating from known sources could be determined. Geophysical logging included collection of caliper, natural-gamma, single-point-resistance, fluid-resistivity, fluid-temperature, and video logs. Caliper and video logs were used to locate fractures, joints, and weathered zones. Inflections on single-point-resistance, fluid-temperature, and fluid-resistivity logs indicated possible water-bearing fractures, and heatpulse-flowmeter measurements verified these locations. Natural-gamma logs provided information on stratigraphy.