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The saline springs of the Rio Salado, Sandoval County, New Mexico.

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The saline springs of the Rio Salado, Sandoval County, New Mexico.

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Title: The saline springs of the Rio Salado, Sandoval County, New Mexico.
Author: Clark, John D.
Subject(s): Rio Salado
Jemez Plateau
Mineral springs
Thermal waters
Abstract: The springs of the area around the Rio Salado have historically been saline. The water from the springs deposited calcium carbonate and carried sodium salts in solution to the Rio Grande. The author reports on his investigation of the effect of the flow on the waters of the Rio Grande.
Date: 1929-08
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Citation: Clark, John D. The saline springs of the Rio Salado, Sandoval County, New Mexico; Bulletin. University of New Mexico, whole no. 163; University of New Mexico: Albuquerque, NM, Aug 1929; 29p.
Series: University of New Mexico Bulletin ; whole no. 163
Chemistry series ; vol. 1, no. 3
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/1841
http://hdl.handle.net/1928/1841

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