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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 storativity as: “A dimensionless measure (also known as storage coefficient) of the amount of water released from or taken into storage in an aquifer per unit surface area for a unit change in hydraulic head.”
- Catchment flood management plans.
- Chalk aquifer.
- Water derogation.
- Water engineering.
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