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Ground-water conditions in the coal measures of the South Wales coalfield

Résumé de la thèse presentée au 3me Congrès Linguistique Turc.

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        StatementNatural Environment Research Council
        PublishersNatural Environment Research Council
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        LC Classifications1967
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        Paginationxvi, 50 p. :
        Number of Pages55
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        2Water supply papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain. Hydrogeological reports, no. 3
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1 l s -1 having penetrated 40 m of till over Coal Measures sandstone. The maximum height of the top of the Marros is about 400 m above OD at outcrop in the west, but deepens towards the east to reach depths of over 2500 m below OD. J Desert Res 31 6 :1624—1629• Geol Surv India Spec Publ 55:237—262• Accepted : 23 November 2018• Hydrogeology of Wales - contents.

Adhikari K, Sadhu K, Chakroborty B, Gangapadhyay A 2013 Effect of mining on geochemistry of groundwater in Permo-carboniferous Gondwana coalfields: Raniganj Basin, India. A consequence of this proximity to the shoreline is a marked thinning of the limestone sequence in this area compared to elsewhere in South Wales.

Moreover the Pennant Sandstone Formation is generally thick, massive, feldspathic and micaceous and forms the relatively high ground at the centre of the South Wales Coalfield.

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The authors acknowledge all of them. Qian H, Wu J, Zhou Y, Li P 2014 Stable oxygen and hydrogen isotopes as indicators of lake water recharge and evaporation in the lakes of the Yinchuan plan.

The unproductive Warwickshire Group overlies the coaliferous strata: Halesowen Formation sandstone and subordinate marl calcareous sandstone 900 m 160 m Etruria Formation marl 330 m Pennine Coal Measures Group includes sandstone horizons 600 m Groundwater transport and storage is largely limited to available fractures, although there is some storage available in the sandstone horizons and in former mine workings.

Clearly, this discovery has provided an excellent opportunity to understand not only how cave development has occurred, but also how the landscape and cave evolved through time. Li P, Wu J, Qian H 2016 Preliminary assessment of hydraulic connectivity between river water and shallow groundwater and estimation of their transfer rate during dry season in the Shidi River, China.