A production bore in Kellerberrin, Western Australia, was test pumped for 24 hours in August 2003. Data generated by the pumping were analysed with groundwater monitoring, climate and geological data. Laboratory analyses of water samples from the production bore indicate a low pH and very high levels of salinity, hardness, sodium, chloride, iron, sulphate, aluminium and manganese. This is likely to lead to scaling, blockages, staining and/or corrosion of pumps, pipes and pipe fittings.
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Towns, Salinity, Drainage, Groundwater, Kellerberrin (WA Shire), Western Australia, Kellerberrin (WA), Hydrology, Hydrogeology, Geology, Water quality, Groundwater recharge
Hopgood, L. (2004), Kellerberrin townsite test pumping results 2003. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 283.
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