Donation of Equipment by Oak Environmental

When asked for a quote for some field equipment, Frank Magdich of Oak Environmental in Calgary, Canada responded by offering to donate a piece of equipment.  When asked what we could use, I suggested a water level meter that could be used in Africa.  I explained that even though a ‘plonker’ (an inverted cup on the end of a rope) would most likely be the instrument used in developing countries, having a scientifically-based accurate instrument to demonstrate proper techniques and equipment to budding hydrogeologists in the MSc programs would be a great added-value bonus.  Frank not only donated the water level meter, but a case load of nitrile gloves!  Thanks very much Oak!

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