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Using science to create a better place: Hydrogeological impact appraisal for rewarding abstractions (also referred to as Science Report – SC040020/SR1) was published by the Environment Agency in 2007. It was written by R Boak, L Bellis, R Low, R Mitchell, P Hayes, P McKelvey and S Neale. It defines an aquitard as “A poorly permeable geological formation that does not yield water freely, but may still transmit significant quantities of water to or from adjacent aquifers.”
High Speed Rail (Crewe – Manchester) Environmental Statement, Glossary, abbreviations and references, published by the Department for Transport in 2022, defines aquitard as: ‘A geological formation that restricts the flow of groundwater from one aquifer to another.’
- Chalk aquifer.
- Environment Agency.
- Water engineering.
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