Groundwater resources engineering is a cornerstone of Stetson’s business since our inception in 1957. We have conducted over 100 groundwater supply and basin evaluations throughout the western United States for private, state, federal, and tribal clients. Typically, our studies include field work, well drilling, testing, and analysis of all hydrogeologic datasets that define the occurrence and movement of groundwater. Our specialists in analytical and numerical modeling apply the most appropriate tool to develop solutions for our clients needs.
Stetson’s groundwater resources services are supported by a full range of database and geographic information system mapping and software tools. These tools are integrated with our modeling services to simulate water movement in complicated systems and provide visualization to support expert witness, litigation, and negotiation services. Stetson’s staff includes professional geologists and certified hydrogeologists with extensive experience in hydrogeologic studies, field data collection, analysis, and modeling.
- Evaluation and Development of Groundwater Resources
- Groundwater Basin Management
- Groundwater Modeling
- Well Head Treatment, Aquifer Restoration, and Protection
- Well Design and Construction
- Artificial Recharge and Conjunctive Use
- Groundwater Quality Assessments and Monitoring Plans
Since 1957, Stetson has provided innovative solutions to water resource issues.
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