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Recharge and dynamics of a karst groundwater system in Kakheti (Eastern Georgia)

. Karstification and Groundwater Flow. Speleogenesis and Evolution of Karst Aquifers. In: Gabrovšek, F. (ed.), Evolution of karst: from prekarst to cessation. Karst Research Institute; Zalozba ZRC, Postojna - Ljubljana, pp. 155–190. Marques, J., Graca, H., Eggenkamp, H., Orquídia, N., M. Carreira, P., Matias, M., Mayer, B., Nunes, D., Trancoso, V., 2012. Isotopic and hydrochemical data as indicators of recharge areas, flow paths and water-rock interaction in the Caldas da Rainha-Quinta das Janelas thermomineral carbonate rock aquifer (Central Portugal). Journal of

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Potential of Autoradiography to Detect Spatially Resolved Radiation Patterns in the Context of Trapped Charge Dating

Wagner GA, 2005. Optical dating of granitic stone surfaces. Archaeometry 47: 645-665. Hareyama M, Tsuchiya N and Takebe M, 1998. Two-dimensional measurement of natural radioactivity of rocks by photostimulated luminescence. Water-Rock Interaction , Rotterdam. Hareyama M, Tsuchiya N, Takebe M and Chida T, 2000. Twodimensional measurement of natural radioactivity of granitic rocks by photostimulated luminescence technique. Geochemical Journal 34(1): 1-9. IAEA Report RL 148, 1987

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Multiphase carbonate cementation in the Miocene Pétervására Sandstone (North Hungary): implications for basinal fluid flow and burial history

. Sediment. Geol . 335, 17–33. Wanas H.A. 2008: Calcite-cemented concretions in shallow marine and fluvial sandstones of the Birket Qarun Formation (Late Eocene), El-Faiyum depression, Egypt: Field, petrographic and geochemical studies: Implications for formation conditions. Sediment. Geol . 212, 40–48. Wang J., Cao Y., Liu K., Liu J., Xue X. & Xu Q. 2016: Pore fluid evolution, distribution and water-rock interactions of carbonate cements in red-bed sandstone reservoirs in the Dongying Depression, China. Mar. Pet. Geol . 72, 279–294. Wang J., Cao Y

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Orthopyroxene-enrichment in the lherzolite-websterite xenolith suite from Paleogene alkali basalts of the Poiana Ruscă Mountains (Romania)

–43. Schmid S.M., Bernoulli D., Fügenschuh B., Matenco L., Schefer S., Schuster R., Tischler M. & Ustaszewski K. 2008: The Alpine–Carpathian–Dinaridic orogenic system: correlation and evolution of tectonic units. Swiss J. Geosci. 101, 139–183. Smith D., Riter J.C.A. & Mertzman S.A. 1999: Water–rock interactions, orthopyroxene growth, and Si-enrichment in the mantle: evidence in xenoliths from the Colorado Plateau, southwestern United States. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 165, 45–54. Stosch H.G. 1982: Rare earth element partitioning between minerals from spinel

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Low-Grade Metamorphism of Permian Mafic Rocks From the Gorzów Wielkopolski Block (Fore Sudetic Monocline, Nw Poland): Age and Mechanism

). Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results 147, 235-254. FYFE W.S., PRICE N., THOMPSON A.V., 1978: Fluids in the Earth's Crust. Elsevier Science, New York, 383 pp. GIANELLI G., MEKURIA N., BATTAGLIA S., CHERSICLA A., GAROFALO P., RUGGIERI G., MAN-GANELLI M., GEBREGZIABHER Z., 1998: Waterrock interaction and hydrothermal mineral equilibria in the Tendaho geothermal system. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 86, 253-276. GOLL M., LIPPOLT H.J., HOEFS J., 2003

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