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Other hydrogeological maps at different scales have been produced in different formats, including:
 
Other hydrogeological maps at different scales have been produced in different formats, including:
  
:- A 1989 national hydrogeological map of Uganda, which can be viewed on the [https://fishy.bgr.de/whymis/images/country/uganda_1989.jpg WHYMAP] website. The [https://fishy.bgr.de/whymis/images/country/uganda_1989_legend.jpg legend] for this map can be viewed separately.
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:- A 1989 national hydrogeological map of Uganda, which can be viewed on the [https://fishy.bgr.de/whymis/images/country/uganda_1989.jpg WHYMAP] website.  
 
:- A series of national and district (e.g. at scales of 1:160 000) groundwater maps, which were produced through the EU-funded '''Mapping of Groundwater Resources Programme'''. These include maps of water supply coverage, hydrogeological characteristics, groundwater potential, water quality and groundwater development technology options. An introduction to this programme can be found in [http://wedc.lboro.ac.uk/resources/conference/30/Tindimugaya.pdf Tindimugaya] (2004). Many outputs from the programme, including maps and reports, can be found on the [http://www.mwe.go.ug/index.php?option=com_docman&task=cat_view&gid=27&Itemid=223 Ministry of Water and Environment website].
 
:- A series of national and district (e.g. at scales of 1:160 000) groundwater maps, which were produced through the EU-funded '''Mapping of Groundwater Resources Programme'''. These include maps of water supply coverage, hydrogeological characteristics, groundwater potential, water quality and groundwater development technology options. An introduction to this programme can be found in [http://wedc.lboro.ac.uk/resources/conference/30/Tindimugaya.pdf Tindimugaya] (2004). Many outputs from the programme, including maps and reports, can be found on the [http://www.mwe.go.ug/index.php?option=com_docman&task=cat_view&gid=27&Itemid=223 Ministry of Water and Environment website].
  

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