by C. W. Fetter
Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2001
Chapter 8: Geology of Ground-Water Occurrence
"Ground water inevitably occurs in geological formations. Knowledge of how these earth
materials formed and the changes they have undergone is vital to the hydrogeologist.
The earth is basically heterogeneous, and geological training is a prerequisite to
understanding the distribution of geological materials of varying hydraulic conductivity and porosity."
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