Mixing of groundwaters evaluated using environmental isotope data in the Zalaegerszeg area, Hungary

J. Deak, I. Fórizs, A. Gunyho

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An environmental isotope study of groundwater provided by the Waterworks of Zalaegerszeg (SW Hungary) reveals that originally very old groundwater has received additional recharge from shallow contaminated groundwater. This mixing can be detected only from tritium, delta"SUP 18" O and "SUP 14" C data, while NO"SUB 3" , the main pollutant of the shallow groundwater, is filtered by the aquifer. (Authors)

Original languageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 1994

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Isotopes
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Tritium
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