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Dual pump recovery (DPR) system to extract freshwater in coastal aquifers

Dual pump recovery (DPR) system to extract freshwater in coastal aquifers

Sultan Qaboos University Journal for Scientific Research Agricultural Sciences 7(2): 73-74

The paper describes the hydraulic theory of recovering a dense plume using a newly devised dual pump recover system (DPR) and its feasibility to reduce in half the remediation time of a contaminated unconfined aquifer in a coastal urban environment.

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