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Click here to read the letter from the University of British Columbia regarding the ongoing groundwater monitoring project in the Peace Region.
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Prepared by GW Solutions Inc.
Appendix 1 – Guidelines
- Ministry of Environment Guidelines
- Guidelines for Parameters Dependent on Other Factors
- Water Quality Guidelines for Ammonia
- Federal Guidelines Parameters with Equation
- Federal Guidelines Framework
- Federal Guidelines Narrative
- Federal Water Quality Guidelines Summary
- Federal Guidelines Variable Parameters
Appendix 2 – Piper Plots
Appendix 3 – Canadian Water Quality Guidelines
Appendix 4 – Water Quality Index Federal Guidelines
Appendix 5 – BC Ministry of Environment Guidelines
Appendix 6 – Surface Water Scatter Plots
|Finlay Arm||Finlay River||Fox River||Kiskatinaw River|
|Lower Beatton||Lower Halfway||Lower Peace||Lower Sikanni Chief|
|Mesilinka||Milligan Creek||Murray||Peace Arm|
|Upper Halfway||Upper Muskwa||Upper Peace||Upper Sikanni Chief|
Appendix 7 – Trend Analysis
Appendix 8 – Groundwater Types
Appendix 9 – Federal Guidelines
Appendix 10 – BC Provincial Guidelines
Appendix 11 – Aquifer Scatter Plots
- Aquifer Inventory
- Undefined Bedrock
- Undefined Overburden
Appendix 12 – Groundwater Trend Analysis
Following the completion of the PRRD Groundwater Baseline Project, the 3D images describing the aquifers and the groundwater regime are available for download and viewing. In order to view the 3D data file you will need to download the free viewer Leapfrog Viewer. You will be asked to provide your name and a valid email address in order to download the program from their site. If you have questions on the Leapfrog Viewer please review the Quickstart and Reference guide documents provided on Leapfrog’s site.
MONTNEY WATER PROJECT
The Montney Shale Gas Play in northeast British Columbia is a world-class unconventional natural gas resource. Operations in the Montney are moving into development drilling, which will increase the demand for water and deep sites for the disposal of fluids. Provincial, First Nations and local governments, industry, communities, and environmental groups all want to ensure that water sources are carefully managed during natural gas development. http://www.geosciencebc.com/s/Montney.asp
The PRRD Groundwater Baseline Project is being conducted by GW Solutions for the Peace River Regional District. The project will establish a comprehensive understanding of regional groundwater resources and share that information with PRRD residents.