Borehole-geophysical data were collected in
cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency in seven bedrock wells at the Eastland Woolen
Mill Superfund site, Penobscot County, Corinna,
Maine, in March, 1999. The data were collected as part
of a reconnaissance investigation to provide information
needed to address concerns about the distribution
and fate of contaminants in ground-water at the site.
The borehole geophysical data were also needed to
guide subsequent data collection associated with the
development of a remediation workplan. The borehole
geophysical logs collected included: natural gamma,
caliper, fluid temperature, fluid conductivity, electromagnetic
conductivity, electromagnetic resistivity,
spontaneous potential, and single-point resistivity.