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'''Deep aquifers''' - more than 50 m deep.
 
'''Deep aquifers''' - more than 50 m deep.
  
In the following summary and in the hydrogeology map above, most of the aquifers are classified as dominantly unconsolidated, in which groundwater flow and storage is entirely intergranular. The Complex Terminal and Continental Intercalaire aquifers - the principal aquifers in southern Tunisia - are treated separately; these aquifers have a mix of intergranular and fracture flow.  
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In the following summary and in the hydrogeology map above, the aquifers are classified by their hydrogeological environment and the way that groundwater flow and storage occur: either unconsolidated, in which groundwater flow and storage is entirely intergranular; or, in consolidated aquifers, a mixture of intergranular and fracture flow.  
  
  
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Maliki MA (2000); Maliki et al. (2000); Nazoumou (2002); Ben Ammar (2007); Ben Ammar et al. (2009); Leduc et al. (2007); Ben Ammar et al. (2006); Jeribi (2004).
 
Maliki MA (2000); Maliki et al. (2000); Nazoumou (2002); Ben Ammar (2007); Ben Ammar et al. (2009); Leduc et al. (2007); Ben Ammar et al. (2006); Jeribi (2004).
 
  
 
====Complex Terminal and Continental Intercalaire (Sedimentary - Intergranular (including unconsolidated) & Mixed Intergranular/Fracture Flow)====
 
====Complex Terminal and Continental Intercalaire (Sedimentary - Intergranular (including unconsolidated) & Mixed Intergranular/Fracture Flow)====

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