Interaquifer Exchange

In interaquifer exchange, two aquifers are hydraulically connected. Contamination occurs when contaminants are transferred from a contaminated aquifer to a clean aquifer. Interaquifer exchange is common when a deep well penetrates more than one aquifer to provide increased yield or when an improperly cased or abandoned well serves as a direct connection between two aquifers of different potential heads and different water quality. The hydraulic connection (well or fractures) can allow contaminants from aquifers with the greatest hydraulic head to move to aquifers of less hydraulic head (Deutsch 1961).

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