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Chemical and isotopic indicators of groundwater evolution in the basal sands of a buried bedrock valley in the midwestern United States: Implications for recharge, rock-water interactions, and mixing
Hackley,Keith C. et al.
Geological Society of America Bulletin(2010),122(7-8):1047
http://dx.doi.org/10.1130/B26574.1

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