An overview of groundwater in Scotland

@inproceedings{Macdonald2005AnOO,
  title={An overview of groundwater in Scotland},
  author={Alan Macdonald and N. S. Robins and Derrick F. Ball and Brighid E. O Dochartaigh},
  year={2005}
}
Synopsis Groundwater is an important, but undervalued, national resource in Scotland. Groundwater is present both in the bedrock, where much of the flow is through fractures, and in the superficial deposits, where intergranular flow dominates. The most productive bedrock aquifers are the Permian sandstones and breccia in SW Scotland and the Devonian sandstones in Fife, Strathmore and Morayshire. Alluvium and fluvio-glacial sands and gravels can also form important aquifers and provide some of… CONTINUE READING

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