Origin, age and movement of pore water in argillaceous Quaternary deposits at four sites in southwestern Ontario

@inproceedings{Desaulniers1981OriginAA,
  title={Origin, age and movement of pore water in argillaceous Quaternary deposits at four sites in southwestern Ontario},
  author={Donald E. Desaulniers and John A. Cherry and Peter Dr.-Ing. Fritz},
  year={1981}
}
Hydrogeologic information in the form of textural properties, field- and laboratory-determined hydraulic conductivity values, vertical hydraulic gradients from piezometer nests, and major-ion and isotopic contents (18O, 2H, 3H, 13C, 14C), was obtained from four sites located in southwestern Ontario on thick deposits of clayey till and glaciolacustrine clay. At each site the piezometers were installed from the water-table zone, situated 1–4 m below the surface, to a maximum depth between 20 and… CONTINUE READING

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