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A series presenting the results of activities sponsored by the NA TO Science Committee, which aims at the dissemination of advanced scientific and technoiogicai knowiedge, with a view to strengthening links between scientific communities. Recent Volumes in this Series Volume 181—Fundamental Processes of Atomic Dynamics edited by J. No part of this book may(More)
The Gacka River basin aquifer is a highly-developed karst system, located in the Croatian Dinarides. It is mostly composed of permeable Jurassic and Cretaceous carbonate rocks, and clastic sedimentary rocks of Paleogene age. Gacka River provides high quality water for the town of Otočac and several villages; together with the neighboring Lika River, the(More)
We present the first results of a study of the Gacka River spring area, an important Croatian drinking water resource. Stable isotope data (obtained at the Stable Isotope Laboratory SILab in Rijeka) are used in combination with hydrological and meteorological data. The delta18O values give information on the mean catchment altitudes of the three main(More)
The precipitation is the input into the water system. Its stable isotope composition has to be known for the proper use and management of water resources. Croatia is not well represented in the Global Network of Isotopes in Precipitation (GNIP) database, and the geomorphology of the country causes specific local conditions. Therefore, at the Stable Isotope(More)
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