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Lake bank filtration in landslide debris: irregular hydrology with effective filtration
Sustainable Water Resources Management
A lake bank filtration (LBF) scheme comprising of nine tubewells on the bank of the lake Naini in Nainital, India exists in landslide debris while most bank filtration sites globally are in alluvial aquifers. The water quality and stable isotopes (d 18 O and d 2 H) have been studied to assess the proportions of bank filtrate drawn by the wells. Results show that of the nine wells, two wells perennially abstract mainly bank filtrate, three abstract predominantly bank filtrate during non-monsoondoi:10.1007/s40899-015-0001-z fatcat:pu4y3iq6kfcxxehaeq6zqgr2pi