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AuthorsAiuppa, A.* 
Brusca, L.* 
D'Alessandro, W.* 
Giammanco, S.* 
Parello, F.* 
TitleA case study of gas-water-rock interaction in a volcanic aquifer: the south-western flank of Mt. Etna (Sicily)
Issue Date2002
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/2122/333
ISBN1402004974
KeywordsMt.Etna
Hydrogeochemistry
multivariate statistical analysis
mass balance calculation
Subject Classification03. Hydrosphere::03.04. Chemical and biological::03.04.03. Chemistry of waters 
AbstractNew chemical and isotope data for 74 groundwater samples from the southwestern slopes of Mt. Etna are presented. The processes responsible for the considerable chemical heterogeneity displayed by groundwaters were identified through factor analysis and by the use of mass balance calculations. A general hydrogeochemical model, concerning the interactions between the shallow volcanic aquifer, deep magmaderived fluids and the underlain sedimentary sequence, is also provided.
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