Gabriel Hebert and John Mundell spoke today to the Kentucky Department of Environmental Projection about the benefits of geophysical applications for chemical source delineation and site characterization.
Meet up at SAGEEP 2013 (Denver, Colorado, March 17-21) with John Mundell and Gabriel Hebert of Mundell & Associates during their presentations on the topics of “Geophysical Imaging of Preferential Contaminant Flow Pathways for Environmental Remediation” and “Subsurface Imaging of Underminded Properties Prior to Redevelopment.”
John Mundell continues participation on the IndyRezone technical committee efforts to rewrite the Marion County Wellhead Protection Ordinance for the City’s water supplies. Mundell also provides wellfield education services for the Marion County Wellfield Education Corporation, providing consulting to the more than 400 businesses located in these wellhead protection zones.
Irvington organizations and Mundell collaborate in showing of environmental film: Better Bones & Gardens during the monthly Irvington Green Hour in Indianapolis. The film is a short documentary about Dan Phillips, a trash architect, and Kipp Nash, an urban farmer. These two men are remake the common house and garden in wildly imaginative ways. Discarded…..Read More »
John Mundell presents at the monthly Indiana Geologists meeting on the topic of “Geophysical Imaging for Supportive Evaluation of the Ball State University Geothermal Wellfields.” The talk highlighted Mundell’s experience with geophysical characterization of geothermal wellfields and how these techniques provide improved information for distribution system designs.