A downloadable PDF file of the groundwater productivity map (Adobe Acrobat PDF 4.05 MB)
Licence and usage Terms and Conditions
Following extensive review, the British Geological Survey (BGS), a component institute of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), asserts ownership of all intellectual property and associated legal rights in the following mapping â€˜the Mappingâ€™:
The Mapping is made available to download and to be viewed for any purpose.
Extracts of materials derived from the Mapping may be reproduced in analogue or secure electronic format (e.g. appropriately secured .PDF format from which it is not possible to: (i) reverse-engineer back to, or to decompile, the Data; and/or (ii) print or download the reproduced extracts independently from the document), for any purpose.
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â€œBased upon mapping provided by British Geological Survey Â© NERC 2012. All rights reservedâ€�.
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