A groundwater study was carried out in the townsite of Nyabing, Western Australia. The study presents a model of the hydrogeology below the town and defines management options to help limit damage to infrastructure from surface water and groundwater rise. A drilling program and expansion of the network of monitoring bores were also part of the study.
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Western Australia, Nyabing (WA), Groundwater recharge, Geology, Hydrogeology, Salinity, Drainage, Soil, Towns, Climate, Groundwater, Great Southern region (WA)
Hopgood, L. (2003), Groundwater study of the Nyabing townsite. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report 257.
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