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Title: The composition of groundwaters of Muraviov-Amursky Peninsula, Primorye, Russia
Authors: Chudaeva, V A
Chudaev, O V
Yurchenko, S G
Sugimory, K
Matsuo, M
Kuno, A
Keywords: Groundwaters;Chemical composition;Microelements;Heavy metals;Water quality;Pollution
Issue Date: Jun-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: Seawater intrusion, composition and quality of the shallow ground water in the south of Primorye region had been investigated. The Muraviov-Amursky peninsula is a middle mountain area (up to 400 m). The rocks in this area are presented by Permian volcanic, sedimentary, and granite rocks as well as Triassic sediments. Water had been included in a fracturated zone. The water table is located at depths ranging from less than 1 meter to more 20 m. The changes is depending on seasonal and atmospheric precipitation that varies between 1000-1200 mm/y. Values of pH ranging from 5.4-8.4, main ions composition is mixed with HCO₃-Ca, Na – in granite rocks. Sea water intrusions had been examined by chemical and stable isotopes data.
Page(s): 193-199
ISSN: 0379-5136
Appears in Collections:IJMS Vol.37(2) [June 2008]

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