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Comportamiento de los elementos conservativos en las aguas de infiltración de la Cueva de Canelobre (Busot, Alicante)

AuthorsCuevas González, J.; Fernández Cortés, Ángel ; Andreu, J. M.; García del Cura, M. Ángeles ; Benavente, David; Cañaveras, Juan Carlos ; Muñoz Cervera, M. C.
Issue Date2011
AbstractThe analysis of dripping waters at Canelobre Cave for two years with a very different rainfall pattern was carried out. The study of concentration of conservative element Cl- established the marine influence on the different dripping waters. Sulphate ion concentration showed a linear relationship with the chloride, indicating its conservative behaviour during percolation processes. Variations in chloride concentrations were related to infiltration paths and type of drip, and also to the annual clime regime. These paths are controlled by the epikarst structure which is shaped by the type and geometrical position of their structural discontinuities (fractures, dding). Results showed the relationship between Cl- and rainfall events, which allowed better understanding and classification for different drip types
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