Mechanisms controlling world water chemistry

  • Gibbs R
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Abstract

On the basis of analytical chemical data for numerous rain, river, lake, and ocean samples, the three major mechanisms controlling world surface water chemistry can be defined as atmospheric precipitation, rock dominance, and the evaporation-crystallization process.

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  • R J Gibbs

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