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====Sedimentary - Unconsolidated and Semiconsolidated; Intergranular Flow: Moderate to High Productivity Aquifer====
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====Igneous Volcanic: Moderate Productivity Aquifer====
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||Groundwater typically has low total dissolved solids and high bicarbonate. The volcanic deposits of the East African Rift System are rich in fluoride which leads to high groundwater fluoride concentrations.  For example, concentrations over 10 mg/L were found in the Nairobi area (Coetsiers et al. 2008).
 
||Groundwater typically has low total dissolved solids and high bicarbonate. The volcanic deposits of the East African Rift System are rich in fluoride which leads to high groundwater fluoride concentrations.  For example, concentrations over 10 mg/L were found in the Nairobi area (Coetsiers et al. 2008).
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====Basement: Low to Moderate Productivity Aquifer====
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