Author
SUTTON, I.

Year of Publishing
2007

Publisher
Cranfield University

Institution

An Assessment of Hand Drilling Potential in Upland and Lowland Malawi MSc Thesis Academic Year 2006/7

Description:

Hand drilling methods can offer low cost, rapid access to shallow, unconsolidated aquifers typically found in dambo environments (seasonally waterlogged African wetlands).
This thesis presents the findings from an evaluation of three hand drilling techniques (augering, percussion drilling, and borehole jetting) regarding to their suitability for groundwater supply in upland and lowland dambos in Malawi.

DISCLAIMER: This is a non-RWSN publication and endorsement by RWSN or any of its member organisations should not be inferred.


Bibliographical Information:

SUTTON, I. (2007) An Assessment of Hand Drilling Potential in Upland and Lowland Malawi. MSc Thesis Academic Year 2006/7 , Cranfield University , Bedfordshire, UK


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