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Author (up) Love, A.J.; Shand, P.; Karlstrom, K.; Crossey, L.; Rousseau-Gueutin, P.; Priestley, S.; Wholing, D.; Fulton, S.; Keppel, M. url  openurl
  Title Geochemistry and Travertine Dating Provide New Insights into the Hydrogeology of the Great Artesian Basin, South Australia Type Journal Article
  Year 2013 Publication Procedia Earth and Planetary Science Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 7 Issue Pages 521-524  
  Keywords GAB springs, Great Artesian Basin, Helium isotope data, Uranium series dating  
  Abstract While of great national and societal significance, and importance in its own right, the Great Artesian Basin of Australia is an iconic example of a continental scale artesian groundwater system. New geochemical, hydrological, and neo-tectonic data suggests that existing models that involve recharge in eastern Australia, relatively simple flowpaths and discharge in springs in the western margin require modification. New geochemical data indicate a small volume flux of deeply derived (endogenic) fluids mixing into the aquifer system at a continental scale. Neo- tectonic data indicates active tectonism today that provides a fluid pathway through faults for the deeply sourced endogenic fluids to discharge in GAB travertine depositing springs.  
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  ISSN 1878-5220 ISBN Medium  
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  Call Number THL @ christoph.kuells @ love_geochemistry_2013 Serial 122  
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