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Technical Guide to Managing Ground Water Resources

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Technical Guide to Managing Ground Water Resources
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Publisher: US Forest Service
Number of pages: 295

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The effects of many human activities on ground water resources and on the broader environment need to be clearly understood in order to properly manage these systems. Throughout this technical guide, we emphasize that development, disruption, or contamination of ground water resources has consequences for hydrological systems and related environmental systems.

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