WSP USA Tools Set Higher Standards for Identifying Groundwater Contamination

Groundwater Plume Analytics® tools are providing WSP clients with more accurate way to assess hazards; presents data that is more compelling, easier to understand.
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Testing includes a well-by-well analysis using traditional approaches and assessing remedial performance by comparing reductions in contaminant plume areal extent.
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The Ricker Method® Plume Stability Analysis is Ricker used to determine whether a dissolved groundwater plume is shrinking, stable or increasing.
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The Ricker Method® Spatial-Change Indicator™ allows the viewer to observe relative changes in a groundwater plume over time.  
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A field technician collects data from wells being monitored to measure plume average concentration and mass.