Stable Isotope Geochemistry


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[log in to unmask] (Groening Manfred)
Fri, 21 Feb 1997 10:34:40 +0100
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Dear Albert, dear listmembers,
the IAEA/WMO database 'Global Network of Isotopes in Precipitation' (GNIP) 
includes dD, d18O and tritium data from several hundred stations worldwide 
and can be accessed via ftp or www:
You will also find data of several coastal stations in Chile (for example 
Temuco 38.46 S and Puerto Montt 41.47 S near Valdivia). All data can be 
retrieved as ASCII or Lotus files.
Best regards
               Manfred Groening
Manfred Groening
Isotope Hydrology Section
International Atomic Energy Agency
P.O.Box 100
A-1400 Vienna
Phone: ++43-1-206021740
Fax:      ++43-1-20607
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From: isogeochem
To: isogeochem
Subject: Meteoric waters S-Chile
Date: Friday, February 21, 1997 9:13AM

Dear listmembers,
Does anybody know any published dD or d18O values of meteoric waters in  the 

Coastal Cordillera of Southern Chile (near Valdivia, ca. 39  S) ?
Thanks in advance,
Albert Gilg
H. Albert Gilg
Lehrstuhl fuer Angewandte Mineralogie und Geochemie
Technische Universitaet Muenchen
Lichtenbergstr. 4
D-85747 GARCHING - Germany
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