Salt intrusion in coastal aquifers.

Kalyoncu, Salih Kemal


Salt availability in Turkey and its potential use in solar ponds
Taşdemiroğlu, E. (Elsevier BV, 1987-8)
Natural salt lakes with temperature gradients are briefly reviewed. Previous work on artificial solar ponds for energy production is also examined. The experience gained from more than twenty non-convecting solar ponds encourages their economic utilization in the future. In addition to the technical and physical requirements for solar pond construction, four basic requirements (sunshine, land, water and salt) are pointed out. In Turkey, these are abundantly found. Salt is the most important and expensive el...
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Citation Formats
S. K. Kalyoncu, “Salt intrusion in coastal aquifers.,” Middle East Technical University, 1986.