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Abstract

The volcanic complex of Mount Vultune (Southern Italy) represents a hydrogeologically relevant area for the presence of urineral waters. The waters are locally bottled by industries for drinking use. The demand of ever-increasing water quantities together with pollution problems call for a detailed knowledge of the geometry and hydrological characteristics of the aquifers as well as their vulnerability.

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1995-09-25
2020-10-26
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