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Sustainability of groundwater and its effects on ecosystems
(The National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic, 2011)
Groundwater’s global role as a vital source of fresh drinking water is well documented, and efforts are underway in many parts of the world to manage groundwater reserves responsibly and sustainably. A large percentage ...
Evidence for sea water intrusion in karstic aquifer of Karaburun Peninsula, NW Turkey
(International Water Association, 2017)
Karstic aquifers are considered to be significant sources of groundwater and are mostly under threat due to sea water intrusion in many parts of the world. Seawater intrusion is also a common problem on karstic aquifers ...
Tracing the relative distribution of arsenic species in groundwater and its association with soil arsenic levels in the Simav Graben area, Turkey
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2016)
A comprehensive hydrogeochemical assessment was conducted in the Simav Plain, Turkey where major health concerns were reported and elevated arsenic (As) levels were previously found. Boreholes drilled in the plain were ...
Arsenic in groundwater in Western Anatolia, Turkey: a review
(University of Silesia Press 2010, 2010)
Occurrence of arsenic (As) in groundwater has been a major problem worldwide for the last hundred years. Considering its toxic effects on human health, the presence of elevated levels of arsenic in groundwater resources ...