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Title: The Sangemil Spa and the Dão fault system
Authors: Morais, Manuel 
Keywords: Hydrogeochemical study; Thermal waters; Isotopes; Geothermometry; Sangemil Spa; Portugal
Issue Date: 1993
Publisher: CMTW-IAH
Serial title, monograph or event: Reunion of the Commission on Mineral and Thermal Waters of the International Association of Hydrogeologists; S. Pedro do Sul (Portugal), 1993. Internal Communications; Enclosure 11, 10 pp.
Abstract: Thermal manifestation along the Dão fault system is expressed by thermal springs issuing at different temperatures, but with chemical composition remarkably similar for practically all major and many trace elements. Due to its temperature and special chemical components, these thermal waters have long ago been used for medical purposes. Sangemil Spa is the aim of this paper who presents a summary of geological and hydrochemical (including isotope measurements) studies carried out in the area. A model is proposed for the circulating water in the thermal spring.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/24932
Rights: openAccess
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