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The evolution of the coastal aquifer of Belgium
De Breuck, W.; De Moor, G. (1975). The evolution of the coastal aquifer of Belgium, in: De Breuck, W. (Ed.) Fourth Salt Water Intrusion Meeting, Ghent, 1974, August 28-30: Proceedings. pp. 158-172, 6 figs.
In: De Breuck, W. (Ed.) (1975). Fourth Salt Water Intrusion Meeting, Ghent, 1974, August 28-30: Proceedings. International Hydrological Decade: Gent. 222 pp., more

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    In the unconfined aquifer below the coastal area of Belgium salt water Occurs under a fresh-water layer at depths that vary from 2 to more than 25 m. Radiocarbon dating of groundwater samples set the seawater encroachment in the deep parts of the aquifer back at least in the Sub boreal period. A working hypothesis concerning the evolution of the aquifer is formulated.

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