Geochemistry and Water Quality
Part of the Springer Hydrogeology book series (SPRINGERHYDRO)
Water quality is the measure of physical, chemical, radiological and biological property of water. Water quality poses limits on the suitability of water use for a particular development purpose.
KeywordsWater Quality Thermal Water Basement Aquifer Goiter Prevalence Ethiopian Rift
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