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University of Adelaide (1998)

Isotopes of sulphur, oxygen, strontium and carbon in groundwater as tracers of mixing and geochemical processes, Murray Basin, Australia

Dogramaci, Shawan Shawket

Titre : Isotopes of sulphur, oxygen, strontium and carbon in groundwater as tracers of mixing and geochemical processes, Murray Basin, Australia

Auteur : Dogramaci, Shawan Shawket

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) 1998

Université de soutenance : University of Adelaide,

Résumé
Salinisation of groundwater and surface water of the semi-arid Murray Basin is an issue of vital importance to the viability of agriculture in south-east Australia. The understanding of the transport and transfer of water and salts in large sedimentary aquifers is necessary for better management of water resources in the future. Assesses the usefulness of [detla]34S and [delta]18OSO42 of dissolved SO42- and 87SR/​86Sr ratios as tracers of inter-aquifer mixing and rock-water interaction between and within the Murray and Renmark Group aquifers in the south-west Murray Basin.

Présentation : Australasian Digital Theses

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