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Managing groundwater with Climate Change adaptation is feasible Through a Decision Support Tool in over-exploited crystalline aquifer in Semi-arid regions

Managing groundwater with Climate Change adaptation is feasible Through a Decision Support Tool in over-exploited crystalline aquifer in Semi-arid regions

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Title: Managing groundwater with Climate Change adaptation is feasible Through a Decision Support Tool in over-exploited crystalline aquifer in Semi-arid regions
Author: Ahmed, S.; Sarah, S.; Selles, A.
Abstract: Until recently, aquifers located in hard rock formations (granite, gneiss, schist) were considered as highly heterogeneous media, and adequate methodologies for groundwater management or borehole siting were non existent. Recent studies showed that a typical hard rock aquifer is made of two main hydrogeological units characterized by quite homogeneous specific hydrodynamic properties; namely the saprolite and the fissured layers. Therefore, hard rock aquifers can be considered as a multi-layered system.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/19639
Date: 2016


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