Aquifers Support Life
Environmental Enlightenment #302
Aquifers are subsurface formations of soil and rock that are saturated with water.
Aquifers are made of pores and particles. The groundwater fills the pores.
Here’s a case of a corner lot gasoline station where free floating gasoline (violet)and water-dissolved gasoline components (green) have spread far in the subterranean aquifer.
Toxic Vapor Migration in Subsurface Soils: Will California’s New Vapor Intrusion Guidance Affect Your Property Transaction?
Environmental Enlightenment #316—How will California’s new vapor intrusion guidelines affect your property value and transaction?