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TGM for the Implementation of the Hawai'i State Contingency Plan
Section 6
REFERENCES

SECTION 6 REFERENCES

Citation references for this TGM Section denoted with an “a”, “b”, “c”, etc… after the year of publication may not appear in sequence as these refer to the order placed in the Master References List for the entire TGM.


Aqua Merik, 2008.  "AquaMerik – Aquaculture & Environment".  Photograph Source.  Website URL: http://www.aquamerik.com/photo/environnement/fht35.gif.  December 2008.

ASTM, 2004.  American Society for Testing and Materials.  Standard Practice for Design and Installation of Ground Water Monitoring Wells, Designation: D5092-04. West Conshohokken, PA: ASTM International.  Website URL: https://www.astm.org/Standards/D6724.htm. 

ASTM, 2005.  American Society for Testing and Materials.  Guide for Development of Ground-Water Monitoring Wells in Granular Aquifers, Designation: ASTM D5521-05. West Conshohokken, PA: ASTM International.  Website URL: https://www.astm.org/Standards/D5521.htm. 

Bouwer, H., 1989.  The Bouwer and Rice Slug Test - An Update. Groundwater, Vol. 27, No. 3.  May-June 1989.

CalEPA, 1995.  Guidelines for Hydrogeologic Characterization at Hazardous Substances Release Sites, Volume 1: Field Investigation Manual.  Local Copy (355kb).  July 1995.

CalEPA, 1995b.  Monitoring Well Design and Construction for Hydrogeologic Characterization, Guidance Manual for Ground Water Investigations.  Local Copy (1.0mb).  July 1995.

Cedergren, H.R., 1977.  Seepage, Drainage, and Flow Nets, John Wiley and Sons, N.Y. 534p. 

Cooper et al., 1967.  Cooper, H.H., J.D. Bredehoft, and I.S. Papadopulos.  Response of a Finite Diameter Well to an Instantaneous Charge of Water. Water Resources Res. 3(1):263-269.  Local Copy (352kb).  First Quarter 1967.

Cowgill, U.M. 1988.  The Chemical Composition of Leachate from a Two-Week Dwell-Time Study of PVC Well Casing and Three-Week Dwell-Time Study of Fiberglass Reinforced Epoxy Well Casing. In Ground-Water Contamination: Field Methods, Symposium February 2-7, 1986. ed. A.G. Collins and A.I. Johnson, 172-184. Philadelphia, PA: ASTM International. 

Domenico et al., 1990.  Domenico, Patrick A,. and Franklin W. Schwartz.  Physical and Chemical Hydrogeology. Second Edition. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.  Local Copy (519kb). 

Environmental Pumping, 2008.  "Peristaltic Pumping, Sludge Pumps, Auto Desludge Pumps, Peristaltic Sludge Pumps, Effluent Pumps”. Photograph Source.  Website URL: http://www.environmentalpumping.co.uk/html/peristaltic-pumps.htm.  December 2008.

EON, 2008.   Eon Products, Inc.  "EON Water sampling equipment, instruments, environmental sampling supplies, hazardous gas detectors". Photograph Source.  Website URL: http://www.eonpro.com/images/products/8Aspec_blrs.jpg.  December 2008.

Freeze, R.A., and J.A. Cherry, 1979.  Groundwater. Prentice Hall Publishing Co., Inc.: Englewood Cliffs, N.J.  Local Copy (20kb). 

General Oceanics, 2008.  General Oceanics, Inc, Water and Air Sampling Products.  Photograph Source.  Website URL: http://www.generaloceanics.com/genocean/ClearNiskin04.jpg.  December 2008.

GeoInsight Online.  GeoInsight Online – No-purge samplers, passive samplers, direct push equipment.  Photograph Source.  Website URL: http://www.geoinsightonline.com/about_small_diam_wells/diagram.html. 

Gillham et, al., 1990.  Gillham, R.W. and S.F. O'Hannesin. Sorption of Aromatic Hydrocarbons by Materials Used in Construction of Ground-Water Sampling Wells. In Ground-Water and Vadose Zone Monitoring, ed. D.M. Nielsen and A.I. Johnson, 108-122. Philadelphia, PA: ASTM International  Local Copy (20kb). 

Hantush et, al., 1955.  Hantush, M.S., and C.E. Jacob.  Nonsteady Radial Flow in an Infinite Leaky Aquifer. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union. 36:95-100.  Local Copy (20kb). 

Hantush, M.S. 1956.  Analysis of Data from Pumping Tests in Leaky Aquifers. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union. 37: 702-714.  Local Copy (20kb). 

Hantush, M.S. 1961.  Aquifer Tests on Partially Penetrating Wells. Proc. Amer. Soc. Civ. Engrs. 87:171-195.  Local Copy (20kb). 

Hantush, M.S. 1964.  Hydraulics of Wells. In Advances in Hydroscience, ed. V. Chow, 281-432. New York: Academic Press.  Local Copy (20kb). 

HDLNR, 2004.  Hawai’i Department of Land and Natural Resources.  Hawai’i Well Construction and Pump Installation Standards. Commission on Water Resource Management.  February 2004.

Hvorslev, M.J. 1951.  Time Lag and Soil Permeability in Groundwater Observations. Army Corps of Engrerrs Waterway Exp. Stat. Bull. 36. Vicksburg, MS.  Local Copy (20kb). 

Jones, J.N. and G.D. Miller, 1988.  Adsorption of Selected Organic Contaminants onto Possible Well Casing Materials. In Ground-Water Contamination: Field Methods, ed. A.G. Collins and A.I. Johnson, 185-198. Philadelphia, PA: International ASTM.  Website URL: http://www.astm.org/DIGITAL_LIBRARY/STP/SOURCE_PAGES/STP963.htm.  Local Copy (20kb). 

Mink et al., 1990.  Mink, J.F. and L.S. Lau.  Aquifer Identification and Classification for Oahu: Groundwater Protection Strategy for Hawaii. Technical Report No. 179. Honolulu: Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii. 

Mink et al., 1990b.  Mink, J.F. and L.S. Lau.  Aquifer Identification and Classification for Maui: Groundwater Protection Strategy for Hawaii. Technical Report No. 185. Honolulu: Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii. 

Mink et al., 1992.  Mink, J.F. and L.S. Lau.  Aquifer Identification and Classification for Kauai: Groundwater Protection Strategy for Hawaii. Technical Report No. 186. Honolulu: Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii. 

Mink et al., 1992b.  Mink, J.F. and L.S. Lau.  Aquifer Identification and Classification for Molokai: Groundwater Protection Strategy for Hawaii. Technical Report No. 187. Honolulu: Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii. 

Mink et al., 1993.  Mink, J.F. and L.S. Lau.  Aquifer Identification and Classification for Lanai: Groundwater Protection Strategy for Hawaii. Technical Report No. 190. Honolulu: Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii. 

Mink et al., 1993b.  Mink, J.F. and L.S. Lau.  Aquifer Identification and Classification for Hawaii: Groundwater Protection Strategy for Hawaii. Technical Report No. 191. Honolulu: Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii. 

Neuman, S.P., 1975.  Analysis of Pumping Test Data from Anisotropic Unconfined Aquifers Considering Delayed Gravity Response. Water Resources Res. 11(2):329-342.  Local Copy (20kb). 

Nielsen et al.. 2007.  Nielsen, D.M. and G.L. Nielsen.  The Essential Handbook of Ground-Water Sampling. CRC Press, 309 pgs. 

Nielsen, David M., 2006.  Environmental Site Characterization and Ground-Water Monitoring. Second Edition. 

NJDEP, 2005.  New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.  Field Sampling Procedures Manual.  Website URL: http://www.state.nj.us/dep/srp/guidance/fspm/.  Local Copy (7.3mb).  August 2005.

Papadopulos et al., 1973.  Papadopulos, I.S., J.D. Bredehoft, and H.H. Cooper.  On the Analysis of Slug Test Data. Water Resources Res. 9(4):1987-1089.  Local Copy (20kb). 

Parker et al., 1989.  Parker, L.V., T.F. Jenkins, and P.B. Black.  Evaluation of Four Well Casing Materials for Monitoring Selected Trace Level Organics in Ground Water. CRREL Report 89-18, U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, Hanover, NH.  Local Copy (20kb). 

Pohlmann et al., 1990.  Pohlmann, K.F., R.P. Blegen, and J.W. Hess.  Field Comparison of Ground-Water Sampling Devices for Hazardous Waste Sites: An Evaluation using Volatile Organic Compounds. EPA/600/4-90/028, pp. 102. 1990.  Local Copy (20kb). 

Puls and Barcelona, 1989.  Puls, R.W. and Barcelona, M.J..  Superfund Ground Water Issue. EPA Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. EPA/540/4-89/001.  March 1989.

Puls and Barcelona, 1996.  Low-Flow (Minimal Drawdown) Ground-Water Sampling Procedures. Superfund Ground Water Issue. EPA Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. EPA/540/S-95/504.  April 1996.

Rickly Hydrogeological Company, 2008.  “Rickly Hydrogeological Company”.  Photograph Source.  Website URL: http://www.rickly.com/as/images/VOCSAMPL.JPG.  December 2008.

SC DHEC, 2005.  South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.  Guidance Document: Tier II Assessment, Underground Storage Tank Program, Bureau of Land and Waste Management.  December 6, 2005.

Snow, D.T., 1968.  Rock Fracture Spacings, Openings, and Porosities. Proc Amer Soc Civil Eng, J Soil Mech Found Div. 94(1):73-91.  Local Copy (20kb). 

Solinst, 2008.  “Solinst Groundwater and Surface Water Monitoring Instrumentation, Water Level Meters, Interface Probes”.  Photograph Source.  Website URL: https://www.solinst.com.  December 2008.

Tai et al., 1991.  Tai, D.Y., K.S. Turner, and L.A. Garcia.  The Use of a Standpipe to Evaluate Ground Water Samples. Ground Water Monitoring Review. 11(1):125-132.  Website URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1745-6592.1991.tb00359.x/abstract. 

US Navy, 2007.  United States Department of the Navy.  Projects Procedures Manual, US Navy Environmental Restoration Program, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific.  February 2007.

USACE, 1998.  Monitoring Well Design, Installation and Documentation a Hazardous Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Sites, Engineering Manual EM 1110-1-4000. Washington, DC.  Local Copy (1.2mb).  November 1, 1998.

USEPA, 1983.  United States Environmental Protection Agency.  Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Wastes, EPA-600/4-79-020.  Website URL: https://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPURL.cgi?Dockey=30000Q10.txt.  Local Copy (16.5mb).  March 1983.

USEPA, 1989.  Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Appendix B - Ground-Water Flow Net/Flow Line Construction and Analysis.  Website URL: https://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPURL.cgi?Dockey=40001F6N.txt.  Local Copy (20kb).  Interim Final 1989.

USEPA, 1991.  Handbook of Suggested Practices for the Design and Installation of Groundwater-Monitoring Wells. EPA160014-891034. Las Vegas, Nevada.  Local Copy (5.8mb).  March 1991.

USEPA, 1991c.  United States Environmental Protection Agency.  Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Volume II, Chapter 11. SW-846.  Local Copy (20kb).  1991, revised 2003.

USEPA, 1992.  United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waster and Emergency Response.  Groundwater Issue - Fundamentals of Ground-Water Modeling. EPA/540/S-92/005. Washington DC.  Website URL: https://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPURL.cgi?Dockey=10002DP6.txt.  Local Copy (88kb).  April 1992.

USEPA, 1992d.  RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring: Draft Technical Guidance. Office of Solid Waste. Washington DC.  Local Copy (2.0mb).  November 1992.

USEPA, 1995c.  Superfund Program, Representative Sampling Guidance, Volume 5: Water and Sediment. Interim Final. OSWER Directive 9360.4-16.  Local Copy (2.3mb).  December 1995.

USEPA, 1996d.  Sampling Ambient Water for Trace Metals at EPA Water Quality Criteria Levels, Method 1669. EPA 821-R-96-011.  Local Copy (763kb).  July 1996.

USEPA, 1999.  Compendium of ERT Groundwater Sampling Procedures. EPA 540/P-91/007. Washington D.C.  Local Copy (20kb).  January 1999.

USEPA, 2002b.  Groundwater Sampling Guidelines for Superfund and RCRA Project Managers. EPA542-S-02-001.  Local Copy (631kb).  May 2002.

USEPA, 2004c.  Site Characterization Technologies for DNAPL Investigations. EPA 542-R-04-017. Solid Waste and Emergency Response (5102G).  Local Copy (2.9mb).  September 2004.

USGS, 2002.  Book 9, Handbooks for Water-Resources Investigations - National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data - Chapter A2: Selection of Equipment for Water Sampling. Version 2.  Website URL: https://water.usgs.gov/owq/FieldManual/Chapter2/Chapter2_V2uncompressed.pdf.  Local Copy (5.9mb).  March 2002.

USGS, 2008.  USGS Water Resources: National Research Program (NRP).  Fractured rock hydrology.  Website URL: https://water.usgs.gov/nrp/proj.bib/hsieh.html.  December 2008.

USGS, 2008b.  "USGS Toxic Substances Hydrology Program".  Photograph Source.  Website URL: https://toxics.usgs.gov/pubs/FS-087-00/img3.jpg.  December 2008.

Vroblesky, D.A., ed., 2001.  User’s Guide for Polyethylene-Based Passive Diffusion Bag Samplers to Obtain Volatile Organic Compound Concentrations in Wells—Part 2—Field Tests: United States Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations, Report 01-4061, variously paged. 

Walton, W.C, 1970.  Groundwater Resource Evaluation. New York: McGraw-Hill.  Local Copy (20kb). 

Yeskis et al., 1988.  Yeskis, D., K. Chiu, S. Meyers, J. Weiss and T. Bloom.  A Field Study of Various Sampling Devices and Their Effects on Volatile Organic Contaminants. Proceedings of the Second National Outdoor Action Conference on Aquifer Restoration, Ground Water Monitoring and Geophysical Methods, National Water Well Association.  Local Copy (20kb).  May 1988.