BASELINE staff actively manages data collection from numerous monitoring and water supply well networks in the Bay Area. These well networks are used to monitor groundwater levels and groundwater quality for several purposes, including: determining trends in water quality; availability of water supply; and as predictors for potential impacts to surface water resources and wetlands. We are currently responsible for the maintenance and monitoring of over 100 automated water level pressure transducers in the field. On-going projects include:
- Monitoring of groundwater flow around the new Caltrans Doyle Drive tunnel in Presidio of San Francisco to evaluate potential impacts to wetlands
- Monitoring groundwater levels in private water supply wells in the vicinity of the SFPUC’s New Irvington Tunnel in the Sunol Valley area
- Monitoring groundwater levels and water quality trends in the SFPUC’s Westside Groundwater Basin in San Francisco and on the Peninsula
Our project managers and field staff are thoroughly familiar with monitoring and water supply well construction, operation, and maintenance – as well as all the current monitoring and sampling technologies.