Chemically Enhanced Aquifer Development in Unconsolidated Clastic Sediments

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Title: Chemically Enhanced Aquifer Development in Unconsolidated Clastic Sediments
Author: Brackett, David A. ; Radtke, Jonathan S. ; Hemingway, Christopher D. ; Lazenby, J. Frank ; Greene, Donald
Abstract: The construction of high-yielding wells near the fall line is difficult due to the limited thickness of the Dublin-Midville aquifer, the hydraulic conductivity of this aquifer and the low elevation of the saturated zone. Chemically-enhanced aquifer development techniques have been used effectively to increase the yield of production wells completed in this aquifer.
Description: Proceedings of the 1997 Georgia Water Resources Conference, March 20-22, 1997, Athens, Georgia.
Type: Proceedings
ISBN: 0-935835-05-9
Date: 1997-03
Contributor: Golder Associates
J.M. Huber Corporation
Greene's Water Wells
Relation: GWRI1997. Groundwater & Coastal Issues
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Institute of Ecology
Subject: Water resources management
Water chemistry
Water treatment

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