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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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Karstic aquifers are important groundwater reservoirs that supply water to many communities in different countries, such as Iran. Therefore, studying the discharge volume and its fluctuations in addition to identify the hydraulic behavior of the karstic springs is very important. This knowledge can be realized by monitoring and analyzing of spring...
Both carbonate (as the oil-gas reservoir) and evaporite rocks (as caprock) are coexistent in Masjed Soleyman oil field. Asmari karstic aquifer is formed within Oligo-Miocene carbonate rocks in the south of the oil reservoir. A mixing between fresh karstic groundwater and oil-field brines is expectable because of underground migration of the brines...
Albaji plain is located in the southwestern of Iran, containing groundwater with different chemical characteristics at various points. An understanding of the chemical origin of the groundwater provides insight into the interaction of water with the environment and contributes to a better resource management. To achieve this, 36 samples were collec...