volume 79, issue 47, P576-582 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00422
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Abstract: The meteoric waters within active groundwater systems were in contact with the Earth's atmosphere at some time in the past, ranging from days to millions of years ago. Since conditions at the time of recharge influence the geochemical composition of water percolating into the subsurface, aquifers can be viewed as archives of past climate and environmental change. Studies based on paleoclimate records for the past 30,000 years derived from noble gases in the groundwater of Namibia, Nigeria, Vietnam, Portugal, …

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