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Authors: Pizzino, L.*
Quattrocchi, F.*
Cinti, D.*
Galli, G.*
Title: Fluid geochemistry along the Eliki and Aigion seismogenic segments (Gulf of Corinth, Greece)
Title of journal: Comptes rendus geoscience
Series/Report no.: /336 (2004)
Publisher: Elsevier Science Limited
Issue Date: 21-Mar-2013
DOI: 10.1016/j.crte.2003.11.012
Keywords: Corinth Gulf; Aigion Fault; Fluid geochemistry; Water circulation in fault zones
Abstract: Three geochemical surveys in ground waters were carried out in the Selianitika–Trapeza area, Gulf of Corinth, with the main purposes: (1) to define the geochemical patterns of the circulating ground waters; (2) to discriminate the role of active fault systems in affecting the ground water chemistry and hydrogeology, exploiting geochemical techniques tested in other areas; (3) to select sites for the continuous geochemical surveillance of the tectonic activity of the area. A total of 50 sites have been sampled, and numerous chemical and stable isotope analyses have been performed. We identify three geochemical active fault zones: (i) the Eliki–Nikolaikea area; (ii) the Selianitika–Rododafni–Nerazes area, and (iii) the Trapeza sector. The Nerazes well site and the Selianitika spa have been selected for exploiting a geochemical-hydrological monitoring surveillance of the tectonic activity.
Appears in Collections:03.04.03. Chemistry of waters
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