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Modelling scenarios for the emplacement of palaeowaters in aquifer systems. Palaeowaters in coastal Europe: evolution of groundwater since the late Pleistocene. Geological Society of London Special Publications 189, 2001, 213-229.

WG HARRAR, AT WILLIAMS, JA BARKER and M VAN CAMP
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139812
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-139812
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2004-01-14 13:37:00
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  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Modelling scenarios for the emplacement of palaeowaters in aquifer systems. Palaeowaters in coastal Europe: evolution of groundwater since the late Pleistocene. Geological Society of London Special Publications 189, 2001, 213-229.},
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Chicago
HARRAR, WG, AT WILLIAMS, JA BARKER, and M VAN CAMP. “Modelling Scenarios for the Emplacement of Palaeowaters in Aquifer Systems. Palaeowaters in Coastal Europe: Evolution of Groundwater Since the Late Pleistocene. Geological Society of London Special Publications 189, 2001, 213-229.”
APA
HARRAR, W., WILLIAMS, A., BARKER, J., & VAN CAMP, M. (n.d.). Modelling scenarios for the emplacement of palaeowaters in aquifer systems. Palaeowaters in coastal Europe: evolution of groundwater since the late Pleistocene. Geological Society of London Special Publications 189, 2001, 213-229.
Vancouver
1.
HARRAR W, WILLIAMS A, BARKER J, VAN CAMP M. Modelling scenarios for the emplacement of palaeowaters in aquifer systems. Palaeowaters in coastal Europe: evolution of groundwater since the late Pleistocene. Geological Society of London Special Publications 189, 2001, 213-229.
MLA
HARRAR, WG, AT WILLIAMS, JA BARKER, et al. “Modelling Scenarios for the Emplacement of Palaeowaters in Aquifer Systems. Palaeowaters in Coastal Europe: Evolution of Groundwater Since the Late Pleistocene. Geological Society of London Special Publications 189, 2001, 213-229.” n. pag. Print.