• Drilling Program

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  • Drilling Program

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  • Drilling Program

    Drilling Rig
  • Drilling Program

    Drilling Rig
  • Drilling Program

    Drilling Rig
  • Drilling Program

    Drilling Rig
  • Drilling Program

    Drilling Rig
  • Drilling Program

    Drilling Rig

The CSD Drilling Program drills over 10,000 combined total feet annually throughout Nebraska. Drilling produces subsurface geological samples that are essential for identifying and studying the geology and hydrogeology of Nebraska. Geological samples are tangible evidence needed for research, geological mapping, and hydrogeological mapping and modeling. The CSD Drilling Program is integrally responsible for the installation of monitoring wells for the Real-Time Groundwater Monitoring Network.

Learn More  Field Description Guide  Cuttings Log Sheets  Core Log Sheets

CSD Drilling

Mud Rotary Depth to 800’, 4 ¾”- 10” borehole
Auger Depth to 200’, 2.5” core
Direct Push Depth to 150’, 2” core
Wireline Coring Depth to 650’, 2” core
Geophysical Logging Depth to 3000’, 7’ parameter tool

 

Contact Matt Marxsen for more information, questions, or before submitting grant proposals that include CSD Drilling Program services.

Contact

Matt Marxsen

Matt Marxsen

Field Service Coordinator

phone icon402-472-6863

mail iconmmarxsen2@unl.edu