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The hydrogeochemistry of the Kärkevagge valley, Lapland, Sweden / Iréne Malmsten, Kurt Boström.

Title: The hydrogeochemistry of the Kärkevagge valley, Lapland, Sweden / Iréne Malmsten, Kurt Boström.
Author(s): Malmsten, Iréne.
Boström, Kurt.
Date: 2002.
In: Geografiska Annaler. Series A. Physical Geography. (2002.), Vol. 84 A(3-4) (2002)
Abstract: Stream (jokk) is puzzlingly rich in sulphate and calcium. Waters were collected at 13 sites in June-September 1996, besides rain water. Conductivity, pH and temperature were measured in field, and Na, K, Ca, Mg, S, Si, Fem Al, Mn, Zn, Sr and Ba were determined in laboratory. Oxidation of pyrite released many of these from limestone and others from black shales. Conservative mixing models, using rain, leached bedrock and pyrite match jokk waters quite well, confirmed by S isotope data, and partially solve cryptic.
Notes:

Geografiska Annaler. Series A. Physical Geography. Vol. 84 A(3-4) :245-259 (2002).

Keywords: 54 -- Chemistry.
550.4 -- Geochemistry.
B -- Geology and soil sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*571.1) -- Norrbottens lan.
SPRI record no.: 162931

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