Peter Dumble

In-Situ

Peter Dumble is an independent hydrogeologist with a specialist interest in groundwater monitoring methodology and research. Since 1994 he has been involved with the delivery of a series of highly respected groundwater monitoring training courses in the UK and in the development of monitoring guidance for the Environment Agency and others. He is a co-founder and was for 20 years the Managing Director of the market-leading groundwater equipment supplier, Waterra UK Limited, purchased in 2010 by In-Situ Inc. His practical experience using instrumentation in the field extends from the UK and Ireland to Canada, the Middle East and West Africa. He writes a technical monthly blog on groundwater monitoring and related issues for In-Situ Europe at http://www.in-situ-europe.com/news/cat/Peter-dumble-blog/.

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