Distribution of Barme Jamal spring water samples plotted with respect to major minerals dissolution

Distribution of Barme Jamal spring water samples plotted with respect to major minerals dissolution

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The Barme Jamal is an important karstic spring with mean discharge of 1.3 m3/s, located in the Meydavod county southwestern of Iran. Its outlet appeared in the Asmari limestone formation and drains the karstic limbs of Kuhe-Safid anticline. Naturally, the spring water salinity is more than expected for a karstic spring with EC about 2100 ms/cm. The...

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