Document Type : Research Article
1 Department of hydraulic engineering, Gorgan University of Agricultural and Natural Resources, Gorgan
2 Associated Professor, Department of Water Engineering, Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
3 Associated professor, Department of hydraulic engineering, Gorgan University of Agricultural and Natural Resources, Gorgan
4 Researcher, Department of hydrogeology, Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research—UFZ, Leipzig, Germany
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