Isotopic Composition of Spring Water in Greece: Spring Waters Isoscapes
AbstractThis paper reviews stable isotopic data concerning spring water in Greece in addition to new measurements (59); their spatial variations are investigated in order to provide basic information and identify the locally significant parameters that affect stable isotopic distributions. The area of interest was partitioned into eight sections according to geographical location and climatic characteristics. Local spring water lines (LSWLs) are more or less consistent throughout the country. High-resolution isoscape maps of spring freshwater (Cl− < 200 ppm; and T < 25 °C) for both δ18O and δ2H were generated, revealing several interesting features such as the effect of Pindos ridge, a strong climatic signal in southern Greece and indications of seawater intrusion in flat coastal areas. View Full-Text
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Dotsika, E.; Diamantopoulos, G.; Lykoudis, S.; Poutoukis, D.; Kranioti, E. Isotopic Composition of Spring Water in Greece: Spring Waters Isoscapes. Geosciences 2018, 8, 238.
Dotsika E, Diamantopoulos G, Lykoudis S, Poutoukis D, Kranioti E. Isotopic Composition of Spring Water in Greece: Spring Waters Isoscapes. Geosciences. 2018; 8(7):238.Chicago/Turabian Style
Dotsika, Elissavet; Diamantopoulos, George; Lykoudis, Spyridon; Poutoukis, Dimitrios; Kranioti, Elena. 2018. "Isotopic Composition of Spring Water in Greece: Spring Waters Isoscapes." Geosciences 8, no. 7: 238.
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