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Ground Water Science - Inspecting a Century-Old Borehole in Tanzania

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St. John’s University of Tanzania (SJUT), in Dodoma, requested that Ground+Water Tanzania Limited inspect and test three boreholes owned by the University, including an historic borehole adjacent to the university property known as the “railway” or the “Germans” borehole drilled prior to 1915 during the German colonial occupation of Tanganyika in East Africa. Read on in the attached article.

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