A Hydrogeochemical and Isotope Investigation of the River Sava Watershed

Nives Ogrinc (Editor)
Tjaša Kanduč (Editor)
Dušan Golobočanin (Editor)
David Kocman (Editor)
Nada Miljević (Editor)
Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia, and others

Series: Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology
BISAC: TEC010000

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This new book discusses the hydrogeochemical dynamics of the Sava watershed, the main tributary of the Danube using stable isotope approach. Stable isotope measurements of oxygen and hydrogen (δ18O and δD) were used to characterize spatial and temporal variation in δ18O and δD values of the Sava and Danube and to preliminary estimate the mean residence time of runoff in the studied rivers catchments. Precipitation is of mixed Atlantic-Mediterranean origin which is also reflected in the isotopic composition of Sava surface waters. In addition in VF1 showed that Na and Cl- variables are strongly related to each other, not seasonally dependent and they contribute to the non-natural source contamination coming from the River Bosnia by Tuzla salt mine. (Imprint: Nova)

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INTRODUCTION

SAMPLING AND ANALYTICAL PROCEDURES

GEOLOGY OF THE WATERSHED

HYDROLOGY: δ18O AND δD CONSTRAINTS

CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF WATER IN THE SAVA WATERSHED

SOURCES AND TRANSPORT OF CARBON AND NITROGEN

SULPHATE AND ISOTOPES OF SULPHUR

BROADER IMPLICATION

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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