Mixing processes in hydrothermal spring systems and implications for interpreting geochemical data: a case study in the Cappadocia region of Turkey

@article{Afin2013MixingPI,
  title={Mixing processes in hydrothermal spring systems and implications for interpreting geochemical data: a case study in the Cappadocia region of Turkey},
  author={M. Afşin and D. Allen and D. Kirste and U. Durukan and A. Gurel and Ozcan Oruç},
  journal={Hydrogeology Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={22},
  pages={7-23}
}
Mixing is a dominant hydrogeological process in the hydrothermal spring system in the Cappadocia region of Turkey. All springs emerge along faults, which have the potential to transmit waters rapidly from great depths. However, mixing with shallow meteoric waters within the flow system results in uncertainty in the interpretation of geochemical results. The chemical compositions of cold and warm springs and geothermal waters are varied, but overall there is a trend from Ca–HCO3 dominated to Na… Expand
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