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Two solute transport paths in the karst conduit-fissure system under focused recharge conditions (modified after Gil-Márquez et al., 2019). (a) the water level in conduit is higher than that in fissures; the conduit-borne solutes permeate the surrounding fissures, (b) the water level in conduit is lower than that in fissures, the solutes in fissures can be slowly released back into conduit.

Two solute transport paths in the karst conduit-fissure system under focused recharge conditions (modified after Gil-Márquez et al., 2019). (a) the water level in conduit is higher than that in fissures; the conduit-borne solutes permeate the surrounding fissures, (b) the water level in conduit is lower than that in fissures, the solutes in fissures can be slowly released back into conduit.

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The contaminant transport processes in karst water systems have a direct impact on the quality and utilization of karst water resources. The storage and release of contaminants or conservative solutes during the solute transport process is a common phenomenon in karst aquifers. The impact of the storage and release is more prevalent after focused r...