Marine hydrogeology: recent accomplishments and future opportunities

@article{Fisher2005MarineHR,
  title={Marine hydrogeology: recent accomplishments and future opportunities},
  author={Andrew Thomas Fisher},
  journal={Hydrogeology Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={13},
  pages={69-97}
}
Marine hydrogeology is a broad-ranging scientific discipline involving the exploration of fluid–rock interactions below the seafloor. Studies have been conducted at seafloor spreading centers, mid-plate locations, and in plate- and continental-margin environments. Although many seafloor locations are remote, there are aspects of marine systems that make them uniquely suited for hydrologic analysis. Newly developed tools and techniques, and the establishment of several multidisciplinary programs… CONTINUE READING
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