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Brochure: Seawater Intrusion in Washington

Publication number Date Published
02-11-018December 2002
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Author(s) Water Resources Program
Description Seawater intrusion is the movement of seawater into fresh water aquifers due to natural processes or human activities. Intrusion is a concern to those using groundwater for drinking or agricultural purposes.
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Keywords salt water, well help, water, seawater intrusion, ground water
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Investigation of Water Resources, Water Quality, and Seawater Intrusion, Anderson Island, Pierce County, Washington