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Mayer, A., Gattacceca, J., Claude, C., Radakovitch, O., Giada, M., & Cucco, A., et al. (2006). Radon activity in the southern lagoon of venice and the adriatic sea. Scientific Research and Safeguarding of Venice, Corila Research Program 2004 Results, IV, 227–235. 
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Categorie: General
Keywords: extend abstract corila, processi ambientali - Environmental Processes, radioattività
Creatori: Claude, Cucco, Flora, Gattacceca, Giada, Mayer, Radakovitch, Rizzetto, Stenni, Tosi, Vallet-Coulomb
Collezione: Scientific Research and Safeguarding of Venice, Corila Research Program 2004 Results
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Abstract     
In the frame of the line 3.10 research we are investigating the possibility that groundwater sources exists in the Lagoon of Venise (LV), either in the form of localised springs or as diffuse seepages. The knowledge of the rate of submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) into the LV is important for many practical issues related to land use in the surrounding watershed but also for several environmental aspects of the lagoon ecosystem, such as flux of nutrients (nitrates), algal blooming, land subsidence and mobilisation of heavy metals in sediments due to changes in pore-water salinity. Hydrological modelling of water circulation in the lagoon usually does not take into account changes in salinity due to SGD. Umgiesser et al 2004 however pointed out that unknown components of freshwaters discharge may be responsible of some discrepancy between the salinity distributions predicted for the LV with hydrodynamic models and salinity data.
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