Details_of_the_Hydrologic_Cycle_and_the_Concept_of_Residence_Time_-_Lect04_S10

Details_of_the_Hydrologic_Cycle_and_the_Concept_of_Residence_Time_-_Lect04_S10

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1 Details of the Hydrologic Cycle and the Concept of Residence Time Advanced Environmental Geochemistry – Lecture 4 Spring 2010
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2 Terrestrial Water Reservoirs Reservoir Mass (Gg) Percent of Total Oceans 13,700 97.25 290 2.05 Shallow groundwater (< 750 meters ) 42 0.30 Deep groundwater ( 750-4000 meters
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Unformatted text preview: ) 53 0.38 Soil Moisture 0.65 0.005 Atmosphere 0.13 0.001 Lakes 1.25 0.01 Rivers 0.017 0.0001 Biosphere 0.006 0.00004 Total 14,087 100 3 Residence Time 4 Residence Time Calculation 5 Relative Depletion of 18 O 6 Relative Depletion of D Hydrothermal Vents 7...
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