The role of infiltration installations with an artificially formed biogeocoenosis in protection of groundwaters against pollution and depletion

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Authors:Magmedov, V. G.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
All-Union Sci. Res. Inst. Water Prot., Kharkov, USSR
Volume Title:Groundwater monitoring and management
Volume Authors:Jones, G. P., editor
Source:Louvain [IAHS-AISH Publication, Vol.173, p.349-354; International symposium on Groundwater monitoring and management, Dresden, Federal Republic of Germany, Mar. 23-28, 1987, edited by G. P. Jones. Publisher: International Association of Hydrological Sciences,], International. ISSN: 0144-7815
Publication Date:1990
Note:In English. 9 refs.; illus.
Subjects:Agricultural waste; Controls; Decontamination; Engineering geology; Field studies; Ground water; Hydrodynamics; Hydrogeology; Infiltration; Nonpoint sources; Pollution; Preventive measures; Purification; Soils; Underground installations; Water quality
Record ID:1990066604
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2018 American Geosciences Institute.
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