Smedley, P L, Neumann, I, and Farrell, R. Baseline Report Series: 10. The Chalk aquifer of Yorkshire and North Humberside. British Geological Survey Commissioned Report CR/04/128N. Environment Agency National Groundwater & Contaminated Land Centre. Technical Report NC/99/74/10 & Product code: SCHO0207BLYH-E-P, ISBN: 978 1 84432 635 8 (Adobe Acrobat PDF 4.65 MB)
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