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Abstract

Groundwater protective layers covering the groundwater table play a crucial role in protecting groundwater from infiltrating contaminants. The protection depends heavily on the structure and texture of the groundwater covering layers. Sandy layers with low thickness will lead to a fast infiltration of contaminants whereas silty and clayey layers - because of their low hydraulic conductivity -have a higher protective potential.

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2003-09-01
2020-10-26
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