Catchment-scale heterogeneity of flow and storage properties in a weathered/fractured hard rock aquifer from resistivity and magnetic resonance surveys: implications for groundwater flow paths and the distribution of residence times

J.-C. Comte, U. Ofterdinger, A. Legchenko, J. Caulfield, R. Cassidy, J.A. Mezquita Gonzalez

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