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Hydrogeochemistry of Golden Valley, Nevada and the chemical interactions during artificial recharge
AuthorBarry, Jeffrey M.
AdvisorJacobson, Roger L. L.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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Groundwater chemistry in Golden Valley is controlled primarily by aquifer lithology. Additionally, clogging near the well-screen by precipitated minerals is the greatest threat to well efficiencies during artificial recharge in Golden Valley.
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