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Bradfield, A.D. 1994, Erwin Utilities Develops Cost-Effective Ground-Water Supplies,
Tennessee Public Works, March-April, 1994, Volume 11, Number 7, p.24-26
Bradfield, A.D. 1995, Ground-water Source Development and Well-Head Protection,
Tennessee Public Works, March-April, 1995, Volume 12, Number 7, p.28-29
Bradfield, A.D. 1996, Ground Water: Tennessee's Liquid Gold,
Tennessee Public Works, November, December, 1996, Volume 14, Number 5 p.19-20
Bradfield, A.D. 2001, Loudon Develops New Ground-Water Sources,
Tennessee Public Works, March-April, 2001, Volume 18, Number 7, p.31-33
Bradfield, A.D. 2003, Ground Water: Well Worth Looking For,
Tennessee Public Works, March-April, 2003, Volume 20, Number 7, p.7-8,12
Bradfield, A.D. 2004, Prevent Mold & Moisture in Public Buildings ,
Tennessee Public Works, March/October 2004 Volume 22, Number 3, p.26 

Bibliography: Arthur Bradfield, CGWP

Arthur Bradfield, president of Bradfield Environmental Services, Inc., obtained a Bachelor of Science in Forest Resources with a concentration in hydrology from the University of Georgia. He served as a Hydrologist with the United States Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, for over 12 years. (see Bibliography). Arthur Bradfield is a Certified Ground Water Professional by the National Ground Water Association and an active member of the American Water Works Association and the Tennessee Association of Utility Districts. Mr. Bradfield is also a Certified Indoor Environmentalist by the Indoor Air Quality Association and is trained as a Level I Thermographer based on nationally recognized standards of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT)..

 

 

 

 

 

 


Bibliography

Bradfield, A.D., 1982, Benthic Invertebrates, in Gaydos, M.W., and others, Hydrology of Area 17, Eastern Coal Province, Tennessee and Kentucky:
U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 81-1118, p. 52-53.


Bradfield, A.D., 1982, Benthic Invertebrates, in Gaydos, M.W., and others, Hydrology of Area 19, Eastern Coal Province, Tennessee and Kentucky:
U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 81-1118, p. 52-53.


Bradfield, A.D., 1982, Benthic Invertebrates, in Hollyday, E.F., and others, Hydrology of Area 20, Eastern Coal Province, Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama:
U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 81-440, p. 54-55.


Bradfield, A.D., 1982, Benthic Invertebrates, in Hollyday, E.F., and others, Hydrology of Area 20, Eastern Coal Province, Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama:
U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 81-440, p. 54-55.


Bradfield, A.D., 1986, Benthic invertebrate population characteristics as affected by water quality in coal-bearing regions of Tennessee:
U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 85-4227, 19 p.


Bradfield, A.D., 1986, Evaluation of coal-mining impacts using numerical classification of benthic invertebrate data from streams draining a heavily mined basin in eastern Tennessee:
U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 85-4289, 59 p.


Bradfield, A.D. and Porter, S.D., 1990, Summary of biological investigations relating to surface-water quality in the Kentucky river basin, Kentucky:
U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 90-4051, 63 p.


J.L. Smoot, T.D. Liebermann, R.D. Evaldi, and K.D. White, 1991, Surface water-quality assessment of the Kentucky river basin, Kentucky:
Analysis of available water-quality data through 1986: U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 90-360 (later released as a Water Supply Paper), 209 p., with a section on Biological Indicators of Water Quality by A.D. Bradfield.


Bradfield, A.D., 1992, Hydrology of the Cave Springs area near Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee:
U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 92-4018, 28 p. (water source for the Hixson Utility District)


Quinones, F., Bradfield, A.D., and Wescott, J.B, 1992, Hydrogeologic, water-quality, streamflow, bottom sediment analyses, and biological data near the Wayne County landfill, Wayne County, Tennessee:
U.S. Geological Open File Report 92-45, 32 p.


Bradfield, A.D., Flexner N.M., and Webster D.A., 1993,Water quality, organic chemistry, and biological conditions of streams near an abandoned wood-preserving plant site near Jackson, Tennessee:
U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 93-4148, 50 p.


Bradfield, A.D. 1993, Ground Water and the Surface Water Treatment Rule,
Tennessee Association of Utility Districts Utility News, March-April, 1993, p. 5.

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