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Multiparameter Observations of the Reka Flood Pulse in March 2000

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J. Kogovšek

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January 2016

Abstract

This article aims to offer the results of temperature, pH, specific electric conductivity and dissolved oxygen measurements as well as analyses of nitrate, o-phosphate and chloride levels and biochemical and chemical oxygen demand in a flood pulse at the end of March 2000 when the Reka discharge at Cerkvenikov mlin increased from 13.2 to 112 m3/s. An estimation of pollution transport according to measured components and comparison with a smaller flood pulse in May 1999 are given.

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Acta Carsologica, Vol. 31, no. 2 (2016).

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Karst, Cave, Caves, Tracer Test, Slovenia, Italy, Classical Karst, Hydrology, Rock Relief, Epikarst, Groundwater Monitoring, Karst Aquifer, Stable Isotopes, Polje, Subsoil Karren, Vadose Zone, Recharge, Hydrogeology, Palaeokarst, Karst Hydrogeology, Karst Spring, Vietnam, Croatia, Biospeleology, Speleothem, Carbon, Gypsum, Serbia, Monti Lessini, Dinaric Karst, Carbon Flux, Guano, India, Soil Organic Carbon, 14C Date, Modelling, Land Snails, Microclimate, Ants, Java

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Karst; Cave; Caves; Tracer Test; Slovenia; Italy; Classical Karst; Hydrology; Rock Relief; Epikarst; Groundwater Monitoring; Karst Aquifer; Stable Isotopes; Polje; Subsoil Karren; Vadose Zone; Recharge; Hydrogeology; Palaeokarst; Karst Hydrogeology; Karst Spring; Vietnam; Croatia; Biospeleology; Speleothem; Carbon; Gypsum; Serbia; Monti Lessini; Dinaric Karst; Carbon Flux; Guano; India; Soil Organic Carbon; 14C Date; Modelling; Land Snails; Microclimate; Ants; Java

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SFS0073655_00001

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