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underground bed or layer yielding ground water for wells and springs etc

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Mechanism controlling groundwater geochemistry a reaction between groundwater and aquifier minerals has a significant role in water quality which is useful to understand the genesis of water (Gibbs 1970; Subramani et al.
If you care about this, please contact Foreign Secretary, David Miliband and/or your MP at House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA, to ask him/them to do all in their power to stop the authorities from blocking the aquifier and introducing the flooding.
About half of Surrey's tap water comes from aquifiers like the one Mr Robinson is allowed to pump from.
Helfrich: We'd like to realize agriculture's highest and best use, which is revitalization of the lands, by utilizing waste stream (sludge, grey water or wash water from laundry, kitchen and bath) to create soil amendments, recharge the aquifier, clean up the environment, eliminate landfills, recycle and produce new products from the waste stream to increase sustainable (farm) operations.
Campbell reminds us of Libya's vast resources, which were known long ago, be they mineral or water aquifiers.
Presence of nonylphenol, octylphenol and bisphenol in two aquifiers close to agricultural, industrial and urban areas.
Relationship of naturally occurring fluoride in Carroll County, Maryland to aquifiers, well depths, and fluoride supplementation prescribing behaviors.
If Iwas in control of the weather I would ensure that there was sufficientwater in the rivers, lakes and the underground aquifiers to keep the rivers running at medium level all summer.
According to the United Nations Environment Programme, groundwater aquifiers provide 50 percent of global drinking water.