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Focus on Water Well Data Collection: How to properly collect & document water level data from your well

Publication number Date Published
14-11-004August 2014
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Author(s) Water Resources Publications
Description This document is intended for staff and technicians of small Group A and Group B water systems who are required to measure and report water levels in their source well(s) as a condition of their water right permit.

Keeping accurate records of the water levels in your well is not just a legal requirement, it is a good management practice for your water supply and provides numerous benefits (see Documentation section on next page). By following a few easy steps and documenting the appropriate observations, you can ensure that the data you submit to the Department of Ecology (Ecology) will be of good quality and can be used to help protect your water resources.
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Keywords Well data collection