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The oxidation of iron(II) dissolved in groundwater and subsequent precipitation of the oxidation products on the screens and discharge pipes of water wells that tap shallow alluvial aquifers leads to the formation of well encrustations. The main goal of the presented research was to determine the reasons for the rapid clogging of water supply wells. In the particular case of the alluvial aquifer of the Velika Morava River, Serbia, the encrustations include mostly iron-(hydr)oxides (62.6 to 76.2doi:10.2298/jsc140204089m fatcat:76vr2hzidjd6fhdljomq4ke6fy