groundwater, mineralization, lithology, geothermometry, silica concentrations, mineral deposits
This report is based on the chemical analysis of the waters from 93 springs and 9 wells. Springs, when free from metal plumbing, provide an uncontaminated source of the ground water and it was desired to obtain water uncontaminated with metals. A few wells were added to the list, usually because of their unique location in the sampling grid.
Wagner, George H. and Steele, Kenneth F.. 1980. Chemistry of the Spring Waters of the Ouachita Mountains Excluding Hot Springs, Arkansas. Arkansas Water Resources Center, Fayetteville, AR. PUB069. 181
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