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Title: Geochemical groundwater peculiarities of Paleogene sediments in S-E Western Siberia artesian basin
Authors: Balobanenko, A. A.
L'gotin, V.
Dutova, Ekaterina Matveevna
Pokrovsky, D. S.
Nikitenkov, Aleksey Nikolaevich
Raduk, I. V.
Keywords: геохимические особенности; подземные воды; палеогеновые отложения; Западная Сибирь; артезианские бассейны; таежные почвы
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Citation: Geochemical groundwater peculiarities of Paleogene sediments in S-E Western Siberia artesian basin / A. A. Balobanenko [et al.] // IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. — 2016. — Vol. 43 : Problems of Geology and Subsurface Development : XX International Scientific Symposium of Students, Postgraduates and Young Scientists, 4–8 April 2016, Tomsk, Russia. — [012030, 7 p.].
Abstract: The geochemical peculiarities of groundwater in Paleogene deposits in southeastern part of Western Siberia artesian basin are considered in the paper. Landscape, climate, geostructural and hydrogeological conditions define the water composition and quality peculiarities in this region. It has been established that ion-saline composition, mineralization and water quality changes arre governed by the horizontal zonal distribution. Groundwater of taiga landscapes generally is in equilibrium with kaolinite and quartz, mainly involving Ca- and Mg-montmorillonite, illite, carbonate minerals, sometimes barite. Groundwater in woodland grass and grassland, together with previously mentioned minerals, is usually in equilibrium with barite, colestine, and particularly, fluorite and gypsum. As a result, all relevant elements are removed from the groundwater and their accumulation level is restricted.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/35137
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