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The percolation water in the Karst of Trieste have been studied for 20 months in the Trebiciano abyss, in two points at 100 and 250 m depth, in order to detect the main physical-chemical parameters, according to the rainfalls, the outside temperature, the seasons and the hydrodynamic. Parallel to the physical-chemical research, a tracing test has been carried out, which has given the average of percolation rate. The tracing has shown that major flows of the percolating waters of the abyss are connected with the overlying dolines. Open Access See Extended description for more information.
Italy, Regional Speleology, Geology
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Regional Speleology; Geology
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Brun, Clarissa; Gemiti, Fabio; Merlak, Enrico; and Semeraro, Rino, "Chemistry of percolation and base-flow water in the Carso/Kras" (2007). KIP Talks and Conferences. 34.