Decoupling of solutes and water in regional groundwater systems: The Murray Basin, Australia
Documenting the origins, residence times, and movement of groundwater and the solutes that it contains is critical to understanding hydrogeological systems. This study uses Cl mass balance to determine the Cl accession time (i.e. the time required for Cl to accumulate) and 36Cl to estimate the residence times of Cl in the Victorian portion of the Murray Basin, southeast Australia. Much of the Murray Basin contains saline groundwater with total dissolved solids (TDS) concentrations commonly >...[Show more]
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