A groundwater study was carried out in the townsite of York in April-May 2002. The prupose was to collect information on local groundwater systems that could be used to develop a salinity management strategy. The study included a driling program, which established a network of monitoring bores. Seventy-seven monitoring bores were installed at 32 sites as well as a production bore for testing aquifer properties.
Groundwater recharge, Hydrogeology, Geology, Groundwater flow, Drainage, Towns, Salinity, Groundwater, York (WA), Western Australia
Crossley, E K, and Department of Agriculture, Western Australia. Rural Towns Program. (2004), Groundwater study of the York townsite. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report 261.
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