Groundwater Assessment in Washington State
Welcome to the groundwater assessment website! The Environmental Assessment
Program maintains a staff of groundwater scientists who conduct technical studies across a broad spectrum of groundwater-related issues*. Current staff members on the groundwater team include:
- Barb Carey, L.G., L.HG.;
firstname.lastname@example.org; (360) 407-6769
- Martha Maggi, L.G., L.HG.;
email@example.com; (360) 407-6453
- Pam Marti, L.G., L.HG.; firstname.lastname@example.org; (360) 407-6768
- Charles Pitz, L.G., L.HG.;
email@example.com; (360) 407-6775
- Melanie Redding, L.G., L.HG.;
firstname.lastname@example.org; (360) 407-6524
- Kirk Sinclair, L.G., L.HG.;
email@example.com; (360) 407-6557
- Scott Tarbutton,
firstname.lastname@example.org, (509) 329-3453
*Within Ecology, most groundwater field assessment and research is conducted by the Environmental Assessment Program. For information on Ecology policies and regulations related to groundwater, see Water Quality Program’s
Groundwater information page and Water Resources Program page. For additional information regarding cleanup and regulation of groundwater at specific facilities, see the web sites for the Toxics Cleanup Program, the Hazardous Waste Program, the Nuclear Waste Program Groundwater Page, and the
Waste 2 Resources (Solid Waste) Program.
Contents of This Website
Descriptions and contact information for groundwater studies currently underway
in the Environmental Assessment Program, as well as a comprehensive map showing completed studies and links to available on-line reports.
Stumped about where to find information about groundwater in your area? We’ve compiled sources of information that we often head to when conducting one of our studies.
Documentation describing the standardized field methods we use during our
Information Management (EIM) system has a new Groundwater Data
Center that allows users to search for groundwater information stored in
the EIM system.
New Items of Note, Current Events & Announcements
For questions or comments on this web site, please contact Charles Pitz (email@example.com).
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