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    Geogenic and atmogenic sulfur in forested catchments: The isotope mass balance approach
Other titles
    Fottová, Daniela
    Novák, Martin
Publication type
    článek ve sborníku
Source title - monograph
    Water-Rock Interaction
    Akce: 2001 ; Villasimius
Thesaurus term
    sulfur, isotopes, forested catchments, acidification, atmospheric deposition, bedrock
Abstract (in english)
   Sulfur input/output mass budget were measured in two spruce die-back affected catchments in Northern Czech Republic over a period of 4 years (1994-1997). We used stable isotopes (34S/32S) to investigate whether the extra sulfur in surface dischargecomes from bedrock, or represents delayed release of S which accumulated in the soil during the peak-pollution period of 1960-1985. Bedrock S was isotopically too light to supply all excess S in discharge.The constructed S isotope mass balance indicated that only 2,5 and 12%,respectively, could be derived from the bedrock. Most of the exported S was of antropogenic origin.
    Česká geologická služba
Contributor code
    ČGS (RIV)
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Import date
    15. 10. 2014