Hydrogeochemical processes between surface and groundwaters on the northeastern Chinese Loess Plateau: Implications for water chemistry and environmental evolutions in semi-arid regions
A large area of the continents is covered by loess that is subject to fast erosion, but detailed research is lacking about processes influencing the hydrogeochemistry in loess-covered regions. This study presents the first δ18O and δD, and major ion contents of various waters (rain, rivers, lake, springs and wells) from Daihai Lake catchment on the Chinese Loess Plateau (CLP). In combination with historical hydrological and meteorological data during the past 60years, we investigate factors...[Show more]
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