Hydrogeology

Associated's team of hydrogeologists offers a broad range of expertise in groundwater supply assessment and development, and aquifer capacity and protection studies.  Our team excels at crafting practical strategies to solve a variety of groundwater-related problems. Groundwater supply development for municipal, industrial, recreational, and agricultural clients is a major focus of our work. Canada-wide and international experience means that our team has a comprehensive understanding of the differing regulatory frameworks in these jurisdictions and how best to apply appropriate solutions.

Our services include:

  • groundwater exploration and test-production well programs
  • aquifer testing
  • groundwater quality and quantity characterization
  • well rehabilitation
  • aquifer protection planning
  • dewatering and depressurization
  • hydrogeologic risk and impact assessment
  • groundwater recharge and budget analysis
  • artificial groundwater recharge and injection well studies
  • aquifer mapping at local and regional scales
  • surface water and groundwater interaction studies
  • groundwater flow and contaminant transport modeling
  • groundwater use licensing - To further navigate groundwater regulatory requirements in BC, visit our page on the BC Water Sustainability Act
  • well decommissioning
  • local and regional scale hydrogeological assessments
  • Jordyn Carss

    Jordyn Carss B.Sc.

    Environmental Scientist

    • I'm curious about interactions in the environment and how humans impact nature. I strive to learn something new about our changing planet and find ways to implement that knowledge, creating unexpected connections.

    • I aim to live the best possible west coast life. I’m a tide pool enthusiast, a collector of beach rocks and driftwood, a hiker who’s mostly in it for the summit snacks, an experimental baker, and a passionate caretaker of too many houseplants.
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