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British hydrogeologists in North Africa and the Middle East: an historical perspective

J. W. Lloyd
J. W. Lloyd
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham, EdgbastonBirmingham B55 2TT, UK
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January 01, 2004


The main British hydrogeological contributions to a very extensive area are referenced and it is concluded that notable contributions have been made to the understanding of regional sedimentary basin hydrodynamics. The British hydrogeological involvement in much of the area, however, has unfortunately been less than that of the French, principally because of past colonial influences.

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Geological Society, London, Special Publications

200 Years of British Hydrogeology

J. D. Mather
J. D. Mather
University of London, UK
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Geological Society of London
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January 01, 2004




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