By Afsoon Moatari Kazerouni
This article is completely dedicated to a huge viewpoint of analysis pursuits concentrated round environmental geochemistry and the coupling of geology and geochemistry in sandstones. the focus is to supply a well-balanced, updated review of all features regarding geology, geochemistry and the knowledge of ground-water structures, as geochemistry has contributed considerably to the knowledge of ground-water structures.
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