Deep groundwater flow and geochemical processes in limestone aquifers: evidence from thermal waters in Derbyshire, England, UK

@article{Gunn2006DeepGF,
  title={Deep groundwater flow and geochemical processes in limestone aquifers: evidence from thermal waters in Derbyshire, England, UK},
  author={John Gunn and Simon H. Bottrell and David J. Lowe and Stephen Richard Hurst Worthington},
  journal={Hydrogeology Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={14},
  pages={868-881}
}
Thermal waters potentially provide information on geochemical processes acting deep within aquifers. New isotopic data on groundwater sulphate, inorganic carbon and strontium in thermal and non-thermal waters of a major limestone aquifer system in Derbyshire, England, UK, are used to constrain sulphate sources and groundwater evolution. Shallow groundwaters gain sulphate from oxidation of sulphide minerals and have relatively 13C-depleted dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC). Thermal waters have… CONTINUE READING

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