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Hydrogeochemistry of seasonal variation of Urmia Salt Lake, Iran
  • S. Alipour
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Saline systems
  • 11 July 2006
Urmia Lake has been designated as an international park by the United Nations. The lake occupies a 5700 km2 depression in northwestern Iran. Thirteen permanent rivers flow into the lake. Water levelExpand
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Hydrogeochemistry of seasonal variation of Urmia Salt Lake
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Geochemical characteristics of the Qahr-Abad fluorite deposit, southeast of Saqqez, western Iran
Fluorite vein mineralization has mainly occurred in carbonate rocks of the Triassic Elika Formation in the Qahr-Abad district, situated southeast of the city of Saqqez in western Iran. It consistsExpand
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Geology and geochemistry of the sediment-hosted Cheshmeh-Konan redbed-type copper deposit, NW Iran
The several-hundred-m-thick Miocene Upper Red Formation in northwestern Iran hosts stratiform and fault-controlled copper mineralization. Copper enrichment in the percent range occurs in dm-thickExpand
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Metal(loid) uptake of Sonchus oleraceus grown around Cheshmeh-Konan copper deposit, NW Iran
Heavy metal(loid) contamination in the environment of mining areas has become an important problem. Cheshemeh-Konan is one of the main copper deposits in NW Iran that is currently abandoned. In theExpand
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Characteristics of magnetic and non-magnetic lag in the Cobar area, NSW
Geochemical patterns from two lag anomalies in the Cobar region of central New South Wales are described. The region is semi-arid, deeply weathered and some areas are covered by variable thicknessesExpand
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Environmental impacts of natural contaminants and mining activities on the surface and agricultural soils in the Aq-Darreh river watershed, Takab, West Azerbaijan Province, NW Iran
The concentrations of potentially toxic elements (As, Sb, and Hg) and some trace elements in 36 topsoil samples and 18 agricultural soil samples were measured at the Aq-Darreh River watershed, NWExpand
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