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Hydrochemical zoning: natural and anthropogenic origins of the major elements in the surface water of Taizi River Basin, Northeast China

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_1789949777

Hydrochemical zoning: natural and anthropogenic origins of the major elements in the surface water of Taizi River Basin, Northeast China

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Hydrochemical zoning: natural and anthropogenic origins of the major elements in the surface water of Taizi River Basin, Northeast China

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Hydrochemical zoning: natural and anthropogenic origins of the major elements in the surface water of Taizi River Basin, Northeast China

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Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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Environmental earth sciences, 2016, Vol.75 (9), p.1

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_1789949777

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English

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Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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Discriminating the hydrochemical origins in the polluted rivers is a challenge work due to multiple sources contributing to the river’s chemical composition. The Taizi River, as an important tributary of the Liao River, in Northeast China, is flowing through an urban-, industry-, and agriculture-intensive area, and its hydrochemistry has been distu...

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Hydrochemical zoning: natural and anthropogenic origins of the major elements in the surface water of Taizi River Basin, Northeast China

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1866-6280

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1866-6299

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10.1007/s12665-016-5469-9

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