HYDROGEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER QUALITY IN THE BLACK BELT AREA OF WEST-CENTRAL ALABAMA, AND ESTIMATED WATER USE FOR AQUACULTURE, 1990

@article{Kidd1995HYDROGEOLOGYAG,
  title={HYDROGEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER QUALITY IN THE BLACK BELT AREA OF WEST-CENTRAL ALABAMA, AND ESTIMATED WATER USE FOR AQUACULTURE, 1990},
  author={Robert E. Kidd and D. S. Lambeth},
  journal={Water-Resources Investigations Report},
  year={1995}
}

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