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Development News...

Rotate the Model View

The real-world doesn't always fit in a nice box aligned with the north-south axes. For those instances, EnviroInsite now includes a feature to rotate the model view axes. This is a document-scale feature so once activated it will be enabled in all additional plan views and x-section index maps. Click here for more news on model view rotation.

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Exceedance Notification

There's times when you want the details. Other times just the facts will do as in, Are we in-compliance or not? The new Exceedance Indicator feature of the EnviroInsite data tables does the latter - let you know in short order which wells are in or not in-compliance. 

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New Pallette

When you add several analytes to a pie chart, a bar chart, or a time-history chart EnviroInsite selects a set of default colors for you. We've incorporated a new pallette to assign these default colors as in the image at the right.

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Come See Us At...

Mid-Atlantic EQuIS User Group

I'll be learning the latest news on EQuIS development and sharing my own news on EnviroInsite for EQuIS K'Nect and other goodies for EQuIS users. Click here for more info.

Philadelphia, September 30, 2016

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High Resolution Site Characterization and Emerging Contaminants Symposium

Central New York Association of Professional Geologists (Click for more info)

Syracuse, NY October 7, 2016

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International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water, and Energy

Association for Environmental Health and Sciences Foundation (Click for more info)

Amherst, Massachusetts, October 17 - 20, 2016, 

 

Our Client's Turn...

Geothermal Characterization of Coastal Aquifer near Ravenna
Universita di Bologna, Antonellini et al. 

With the objective of defining the flow pattern within the aquifer and the exchange between surface and ground water, the authors characterized the temperature distribution in the shallow subsurface by means of a dense network of piezometers. At the same time they had the opportunity to characterize the phreatic aquifer from the geothermal point of view, so that it could eventually be considered for use as a “low enthalpy” heat source. The thickness of the surficial zone and the temperature at the top of the geothermal zone are essentially related to land use, distance from the sea, sediment type, and amount of interaction between surface and groundwater. A knowledge of these factors allows consumers to better exploit the geothermal potential of the aquifer when choosing the optimal placement of the heat pumps.
Italian Journal of Groundwater, v1 (3), 2012 ( http://dx.doi.org/10.7343/as-012-12-0026)

 
Water temperature contours near water table (a) and on x-sections in December and June.
 
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Surface water and shallow aquifer water temperatures.
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June / December water temperature at three depths below water table.
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Surface water and shallow aquifer water temperatures.
 
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