Location of groundwater samples listed in Tables and , geographic locations described in the text, and regional groundwater flow systems (Harrill et al. 1988) in the carbonate-rock province (Thomas et al. 1986) of the Great Basin, western USA. Known regional springs are represented by grey squares with numerals (Table ), other springs with chemical data are represented by grey circles with letters (Table ), and springs with only temperature (T) and discharge (Q) data are unlabeled and represented by red open circles
As an initial reconnaissance tool, discharge and temperature
were measured at 95 waters in the carbonate-rock
province—Fig. 3 (see Table 1 of ESM).
Based on the initial results, 34 springs (Fig. 3) were sampled
to determine the concentrations of major ions and selected trace
metals, the δD and δ18O of the waters, the
δ13C of dissolved carbon, and activities of
14C and 3H (Table 1).
All the springs in the northern part of the carbonate rock province
(for this purpose, Hot [E] and all springs north of it are
considered to be in the northern part of the carbonate rock
province, and all springs south of Hot [E] are in the southern
portion; see Fig. 3) have δ18O values in or below
the range of the intermediate regional springs.
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