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Stable isotopes of hydrogen, oxygen and sulphur in the waters of Slovakia



Stable isotopes of hydrogen, oxygen and sulphur in the waters of Slovakia



Slovak Geological Magazine 5(1-2): 63-67



This paper provides a summary of stable isotope (H, O, S) research in different types of water. Precipitation waters were obtained through the monitoring for 10 years at 8 weather stations. Isotope composition of sulphur is characterised by the delta (super 34) S of snow profiles (March 1996). The waters of the Danube and Morava Rivers are monitored since 1982. In the Zitny ostrov area the Danube River bank infiltration was characterised by isotope composition of oxygen (1992-1996). In the Vel'ka Fatra Mts. the altitudinal effect on delta (super 18) O (0,1 per mil per 100 m of the altitude) was estimated. Three main genetic types of groundwater were distinguished by their isotope composition--meteoric waters, fossil sea waters and metamorphic waters. The sources of sulphur in groundwater and the main secondary processes changing its isotope composition are described.

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