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  • AIPG 6th Annual Conference Recap

    AIPG 6th Annual Conference Recap

    The Conference was a great success and opportunity for all that attended to learn about the depositional environment and future development of the black shales in the Appalachian Basin in Ohio. The conference consisted of two (2) parts:

    •             Short Course, core study workshop and field trip on April 27, 2015
    •             Technical Session and networking on April 28 and 29, 2015

    Please click on the title or here for details, photographs, and more!

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  • ODNR Looking for Geologists

    The ODNR – Division of the Geological Survey is looking for 2 geologist. 

    Click on the links below for more information or to apply:

    Open Application Period: September 23, 2014 to October 02, 2014

    Geologist 1, 20079796, Division of Geological Survey, Franklin County, Ohio

    Open Application Period: September 23, 2014 to October 02, 2014
    Geologist 1, 20049928, Division of Geological Survey, Franklin County, Ohio

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  • New OGS Publication

    <p>Recent release of Ohio’s Geology in Core and Outcrop—A Field Guide for Citizens and Environmental and Geotechnical Investigators (Information Circular 63). Designed for a wide audience and use indoors and in the field, this publication is the most comprehensive publication on Ohio’s surficial and near-surface bedrock units ever released by the Ohio Geological Survey.</p>

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  • 2013 Ohio Water Well Association (OWWA) 2013 Well Construction Conference, Live Drilling Demontration

    <p>Mr. Curt Coe, President-Elect of the Ohio Section of <span class=“caps”>AIPG</span>, attended the 2013 Ohio Water Well Association (<span class=“caps”>OWWA</span>) 2013 Well Construction Conference, Live Drilling Demonstration on May 16, 2013. As reported by Mr. Coe, the purpose of the conference was to bring together different sectors of with water well industry to gain an understanding of the many factors that go into the coordination of a complete multiple-well residential system. The conference showed how collaboration between different water industry disciplines is beneficial for the industry, for consumers, and for the environment. The conference demonstrated proper installation of a water well and geothermal wells. Training sessions encompassed equipment selection and installation for a complete private water system that included water treatment and geothermal system. The conference also showed how the regulatory requirements for all of these systems could be coordinated and successfully met on a residential site with and existing septic system.</p>

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