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|Title:||Comment on "Rare earth elements in stream waters from the Rokko granite area, Japan: Effect of weathering degree of watershed rocks" by Nakajima and Terakado, Geochemical Journal, 37, 181-198, 2003|
|Citation:||Geochemical Journal, 2004; 38(4):389-392|
|Publisher:||Geochemical Soc Japan|
|Abstract:||Nakajima and Terakado (2003) measured rare earth elements in stream waters from eleven locations in the Rokko granite area. The present paper examines their data in the light of a model in which each sample arises from mixing two sources, followed by concentration or dilution. The concentrations of rare earth elements in the specimens will then follow particular equations, and a straight line will be seen if the data are plotted in a certain way. It is concluded that data from some, perhaps all, of the locations is compatible with this model.|
|Keywords:||Rare earth element; REE pattern; stream water; mixing model; water-rock interaction|
|Description:||Copyright © 2004 by The Geochemical Society of Japan|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Automotive Safety Research publications|
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