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Geochemistry of the dissolved load of the Changjiang Basin rivers: Anthropogenic impacts and chemical weathering
Abstract This study focuses on the chemical and Sr isotopic compositions of the dissolved load of the rivers of the Changjiang Basin, one of the largest riverine systems in the world. Water samplesExpand
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Assessment of the sources of nitrate in the Changjiang River, China using a nitrogen and oxygen isotopic approach.
The Changjiang River is the largest freshwater river in China. Here, the sources and variability in nitrate of the Changjiang River are assessed for the first time using dual isotopic approach. WaterExpand
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Using δ15N- and δ18O-Values To Identify Nitrate Sources in Karst Ground Water, Guiyang, Southwest China
Nitrate pollution of the karstic groundwater is an increasingly serious problem with the development of Guiyang, the capital city of Guizhou Province, southwest China. The higher content of NO3- inExpand
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Using delta15N- and delta18O-values to identify nitrate sources in karst ground water, Guiyang, southwest China.
Nitrate pollution of the karstic groundwater is an increasingly serious problem with the development of Guiyang, the capital city of Guizhou Province, southwest China. The higher content of NO3- inExpand
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Sulfuric acid as an agent of carbonate weathering constrained by δ13CDIC: Examples from Southwest China
Abstract Rock weathering by carbonic acid is thought to play an important role in the global carbon cycle because it can geologically sequestrate atmospheric CO 2 . Current model of carbon cycleExpand
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Geochemistry of dissolved inorganic carbon and carbonate weathering in a small typical karstic catchment of Southwest China: Isotopic and chemical constraints
Abstract The sources of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) and rock weathering processes were studied in the Houzhai catchment, a typical karstic catchment in the Changjiang River Basin, SouthwestExpand
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The use of environmental isotopic (C, Sr, S) and hydrochemical tracers to characterize anthropogenic effects on karst groundwater quality: A case study of the Shuicheng Basin, SW China
Rapidly increasing populations, and associated intensification of agriculture, urbanization and industrialization, place increased demands on water resources and increased likelihood of pollution inExpand
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Geochemistry of surface and ground water in Guiyang, China: Water/rock interaction and pollution in a karst hydrological system
The chemical compositions of the surface/ground water of Guiyang, the capital city of Guizhou Province, China are dominated by Ca2+, Mg2+, HCO3-andSO42-, which have been derived largely from chemicalExpand
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Sources and transport of nitrate constrained by the isotopic technique in a karst catchment: an example from Southwest China
The concentration and isotopic composition of nitrate were analyzed to improve an understanding of nitrate sources and transformation processes in a typical karstic agricultural field in the HouzhaiExpand
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Identification of Anthropogenic and Natural Inputs of Sulfate and Chloride into the Karstic Ground Water of Guiyang, SW China: Combined δ37Cl and δ34S Approach
Because of active exchange between surface and groundwater of a karstic hydrological system, the groundwater of Guiyang, the capital city of Guizhou Province, southwest China, has been seriouslyExpand
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