This data will be used to provide “layers” to maps, which will allow us to compare data from residential wells, surface water and foam data, samples from 14-monitoring wells in 5-different locations along Borcher’s Way, and the seep/spring data. This will help us identify areas on land where to focus future sampling efforts.
We have notified local officials, law enforcement including the DNR, Camp Grayling and the Grayling Air Traffic Control Tower, whom we will be in contact with during flight operations.
We anticipate 6-8 weeks to get results back.
Thanks for all the help!
Randy Rothe, DEQ