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Tracing terrestrial salt cycling using chlorine and bromine

Short, Michael Anthony


Understanding and quantifying terrestrial salt cycling is central to scientific fields such as sedimentary geology, mineral exploration, water resources, palaeontology, atmospheric chemistry and limnology. Dissolved chlorine and bromine concentrations have been utilised for decades as individual tracers or as a ratio to trace geochemical processes in saline environments. The stable isotope variations of these two elements have also been found to be useful for...[Show more]

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Date published: 2017
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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