Hydrogeochemistry: an investigation tool to evaluate infiltration into large moving rock masses (case study of La Clapière and Séchilienne alpine landslides)

@article{Guglielmi2002HydrogeochemistryAI,
  title={Hydrogeochemistry: an investigation tool to evaluate infiltration into large moving rock masses (case study of La Clapi{\`e}re and S{\'e}chilienne alpine landslides)},
  author={Yves Guglielmi and J. M. Vengeon and Catherine Bertrand and Jacques Mudry and J. P Follacci and Alain Marius Giraud},
  journal={Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment},
  year={2002},
  volume={61},
  pages={311-324}
}
Abstract. Isotopic and hydrogeochemical methods have been used to investigate groundwater movement inside the La Clapière and Séchilienne alpine landslides in southern France. The δ18O data were used to determine the infiltration altitudes of the two areas. The infiltration results indicate that the landslides are recharged from beyond the landslides' perimeters. Hydrogeochemical data on major ions were collected from springs. Numerical simulations of water–rock interactions were then… CONTINUE READING

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