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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v38.i6.170
10 pages

Anthropic Changes in the Salt Composition of Water of Rivers of the Upper Reaches of the Ob' River Basin

G. K. Parfenova
Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia


Data of long term (1954-1993) hydrochemical studies of rivers of the upper reaches of the Ob' river basin (the Western Siberia, Russia) were generalized. It has been found that the ion-salt composition of water, including НСО3-, SO42-, Сl-, Ca2+ Mg2+ and Na+ + K+ ions and their sum, changed depending on the composition of industrial sewage, volume of annual runoff, water consumption, and also on the hydrological regime of the studied rivers.

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