Jeff filling the double ring infiltrometer
Filling the Guelph permeameter
Ryan closely watching the mini-disk infiltrometer
The JGS Geoprobe demonstrated by Bob Reedy and John Gates of the BEG
Bob Reedy illustrating their core description methods
Setting-up the grid for soil moisture measurements with the Theta Probe and PR2
Hollow-stem auger drilling of an observation well c/o of Geoprojects and Pat Goodson
Logging cores from the Geoprobe
Jeff Paine (BEG) showed us how to use EM geophysical instruments
Laying the cables/electrodes for ER surveying with the SuperSting
Driving in an in-stream piezometer for slug testing
Pat Goodson deploying the pump using a service rig. The pumping well was installed by Geoprojects as part of last year’s hydro field camp.
Augering a hole for the PR2 soil moisture profiler
Logging samples from the split-spoon sampler
Surveying with Total Station
Jim and Jenna installing the pneumatic slug test manifold
View of large bar/ island from our site
Stream gauging using Flowtracker ADVs at Barton Creek led by USGS hydrologist Will Asquith
Water quality testing with a Troll 9500 XP using piezometers the class installed at Hornsby Bend.
Field titration to determine hardness of water samples.
Flux tower at Valle Grande, Valles Caldera National Preserve NM.
Daily march to the site at Jaramillo Ck, Valles Caldera National Preserve NM.
Jaramillo Ck (note the grey PVC piezometers the class installed).
The crew with Valle Grande in the background.
Discussing something really important
Deploying the Troll 9500 XP in Jaramillo Ck.
Foreground: instructors, background: students.
Field chemical analysis of samples from piezometers.
Trip to Bandelier National Monument.
Team effort to install in-stream piezometer.
Programming the SCUFAs (field fluorometers).
The crew with Valle Grande in the background
Jaramillo Ck with rhodamine WT.
Analog model of site c/o of TA Audrey Sawyer.
Van #9 surprise!
This is not looking good.
Van being towed away.