JaLCDOI 10.18926/40426
Title Alternative CHEMICAL STUDIES ON THERMAL ALGAE (I) ON INORGANIC CONSTUENTS (1)
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Author Umemoto, Shunji| Mifune, Masaaki|
Abstract The thermal algae which grew in the thermal water of Misasa Hot Springs, namely Mastigocladus laminosus Cohn (1), Phormidium ambiguum Gomont (2), Oscillatoria Cortiana (Menegh.) Gomont (3) and the fresh water alga which grew in the River Misasa, namely Rhizocolonium hieroglyphicum (4) were collected. The spectrographic analysis and quantitative chemical analanalysis of the ashes of the algae gave the following results : 1. All four algae contained Cu, Zn, Al, Pb, Mn, Mo besides the phisiological elements. 2. Two algae, (1) and (2) which grew in thermal water rarely mixed with the river water, contained Ti and considerable amount of Ge. 3. The highest content of Si and highest value of ash per cent were those of (1), and their values were 27.22 % and 26.44 %. 4. The highest content of Fe and Mn were those of (2), and their values were 17.80 % and 3.27 %. 5. Great difference was not detected between the ratios of MgO/CaO of (1) and (2), and their values were 0.13 (1) and 0.14 (2).
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1953-09
Volume volume12
Start Page 11
End Page 14
ISSN 0369-7142
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JaLCDOI 10.18926/40380
Title Alternative STUDIES ON THE CHLORIDE AND SULFATE CONTENT OF WELL WATERS AND THE AMOUNTS OF CHLORIDE AND SULFATE FIXED TO THE SOIL IN THE MINERAL SPRING DISTRICTS (VI) DISTRICT NEAR THE SPRING IN KITADANI VILLAGE, TOTTORI PREFECTURE, JAPAN
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Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract In Fukudome, Kitadani Village, the chloride, sulfate and phosfate content and water temperatures of well waters and the amounts of chloride and sulhte fixed to the soil were determined with the samples collected from various parts near the spring which contains much inorganic salts. The chloride, sulfate and phosfate content of the well water samples collected from the district which surrounds the spring, were higher than those from its neighhonrhood, but for the water temperatures of the well water samples, no difference was recognized. As the existence of other sources which would supply the chloride, sulthte and phosfate to the well water is not expected, the difference in the chloride, sulfate and phosfate content of well waters between the samples collected from the A district and its neighbourhood, seems to be due to the effects of the spring which contains much inorganic salts or its sources.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1953-01
Volume volume9
Start Page 24
End Page 27
ISSN 0369-7142
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JaLCDOI 10.18926/40379
Title Alternative STUDIES ON THE CHLORIDE AND SULFATE CONTENT OF WELL WATERS AND THE AMOUNTS OF CHLORIDE AND SULFATE FIXED TO THE SOIL IN THE MINERAL SPRING DISTRICTS (V) HAMAMURA AND KACHIMI HOT-SPRINGS, TOTTORI PREFECTURE, JAPAN
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Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract In Hamamura and Kachimi Hot-Springs, the chloride and sulfate content and water temperatures of well waters and the amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to the soil were determined with the samples collected from vmions parts of the mineral spring districts. The chloride and sulfate content and warter temperatures of well waters were higher in the samples collected from the thermal spring districts than in the samples collected from its neighbourhood, but for the amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to the soil, no difference was recognized. As the existence of other sources whlch would supply the chloride, sulfate and heat to the well waters is not expected, the difference in the chloride and sulfate content and water temperatures of well waters, between the samples collected from the thermal spring districts and its neighbourhood, seems to he due to the effects of the thermal springs.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1953-01
Volume volume9
Start Page 20
End Page 23
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 40017532512
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40378
Title Alternative STUDIES ON THE CHLORIDE AND SULFATE CONTENT OF WELL WATERS AND THE AMOUNTS OF CHLORIDE AND SULFATE FIXED TO THE SOIL IN THE MINERAL SPRING DISTRICTS (IV) TAMATSUKURI HOT-SPRINGS, SHIMANE PREFECTURE, JAPAN
FullText URL 009_016_019.pdf
Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract In Tamatsukuri Hot-Springs, the chloride and sulfate content and water temperatures of well waters and the amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to the soil were determined with the samples collected from various parts of the mineral spring districts. For the values which were determined with samples collected from the thermal spring districts and its neighbourhood, no difference was recognized. This result is quite different from the results given in the previous reports of the present author. But this fact may be explaned as the effects of the sea warter, and the further study is being continued.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1953-01
Volume volume9
Start Page 16
End Page 19
ISSN 0369-7142
language 日本語
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NAID 40017532512
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40377
Title Alternative STUDIES ON THE CHLORIDE AND SULFATE CONTENT OF WELL WATERS AND THE AMOUNTS OF CHLORIDE AND SULFATE FIXED TO THE SOIL IN THE MINERAL SPRING DISTRICTS (III) SIIGAKU AND YUGAKAI HOT-SPRINGS, SHIMANE PREFECTURE, JAPAN
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Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract 1) In Shigaku Hot-Springs, the amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to the soil were determined with the samples collected from various parts of the thermal spring district and its neighbourhood. The amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to the soil were greater in the samples from the thermal spring district than in those from its neighbourhood. As the existence of other sources which would supply the chloride and foulfate to the soil is not expected, the difference in the amounts of chloride and sulfate, between the samples from the thermal spring district and it; neighbourhood, seems to be due to the effects. of thermal springs. 2) In Yugakai Hot-Springs the chloride and sulfate content and water temperatures of well waters and the amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to the soil were determined with the samples collected from various parts of the mineral spring district. The water temperatures of well water samples from the district which has the mineral springs with higher temperatures, were higher than those from the district which has the mineral springs with lower temperatures, but for the chloride and sulfate content of the well water samples and the amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to the soil, no difference was detected. As the existence of other sources which would supply the heat to the water is not expected, the difference in the water temperatures, between the samples from the district which has the mineral springs with higher temperatures and the district which has the mineral springs with lower temperatures, seems to be due to the effects of the mineral springs. On the other hand, for the chloride and sulfate content of well water samples and the amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to the soil, no difference is recognized.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1953-01
Volume volume9
Start Page 10
End Page 15
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 40017532512
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40376
Title Alternative STUDIES ON THE CHLORIDE AND SULFATE CONTENT OF WELL WATERS AND THE AMOUNTS OF CHLORIDE AND SULFATE FIXED TO THE SOIL IN THE MINERAL SPRING DISTRICTS (II) SEKIGANE HOT-SPRINGS, TOTTORI PREFECTURE, JAPAN
FullText URL 009_006_009.pdf
Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract In Sekigane Hot-Springs, the chloride and sulfate content and water temperatures of well waters and the amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to the soil were determined with the samples collected from the various parts of the thermal spring district and its neighbourhood. The chloride and sulfate content of the well water samples collected from the thermal spring district were higher than those from its neighbourhood, and no difference was found for the water temperatures. The amonnts of chloride fixed to the soil in the samples collected from the thermal spring district were greater than those from its neighbourhood, and the amounts of sulfate in the samples collected from the thermal spring district were extremely greater than those from its neighhourhood. As the existence of other sources which would supply the chloride and sulfate to the water and soil is not expected, the difference in the chloride and sulfate content and water temperatures, between the sa.mples from the thermal spring district and its neighbourhood, seems to be due to the effects of thermal springs.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1953-01
Volume volume9
Start Page 6
End Page 9
ISSN 0369-7142
language 日本語
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NAID 40017532512
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40375
Title Alternative STUDIES ON THE CHLORIDE AND SULFATE CONTENT OF WELL WATERS AND THE AMOUNTS OF CHLORIDE AND SULFATE FIXED TO THE SOIL IN THE MINERAL SPRING DISTRICTS (I) MISASA HOT-SPRINGS, TOTTORI PREFECTURE, JAPAN
FullText URL 009_001_005.pdf
Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract In Misasa Hot-Springs, the chloride and sulfate content and water temperatures of well waters and the amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to the soil were determined with the samples collected from various parts of the thermal spring district and its neighbourhood. The chloride and sulfate content and water temperatures of the well water samples collected from the thermal spring district were higher than those from its neibourhood, and the amounts of chloride fixed to the soil were greater in the samples collected from the thermal spring district than in those from its neighbourhood, but for the amounts of sulfate fixed to the soil, no difference was detected. As the existence of other sources which would supply the chloride and sulfate to the water and soil is not expected, the difference in the chloride and sulfate content and water temperatures, between the samples collected from the thermal spring district and its neighbourhood, seemes to be due to the effects of thermal springs.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1953-01
Volume volume9
Start Page 1
End Page 5
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 40017532512
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40352
Title Alternative STUDIES ON THE CHLORIDE AND SULFATE CONTENT OF WELL WATERS AND THE AMOUNTS OF CHLORIDE A;\lD SULFATE FIXED TO THE SOIL IN THE MINERAL SPRING DISTRICTS (VIII) MATSUZAKI, TOGO AND ASOZU HOT SPRINGS, TOTTORI PREFECTURE, JAPAN
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Author Kimura, Kenjiro| Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract In Matsuzaki, Togo and Asozu Hot Springs which issue around the Pond Togo, the chloride and sulfate content and water temperatures of well waters and the amount of chloride and sufate fixed to the soil were determined with samples collected from various parts of the thermal spring districts and its neighborhood. The chloride and sulfate content and water temperatures of the well water samples collected from the thermal spring districts were higher than those from its neighbourhood, but for the amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to the soil, no difference was detected. As the existence of other sources which would supply the chloride, sulfate and heat to the water is not expected, the difference in the chloride and sulfate content and water temperatures of well waters, between the samples collected from the thermal spring districts and its neighbourhood, seems to be due to the effects of thermal springs.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1953-09
Volume volume12
Start Page 1
End Page 5
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 40017532436
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40325
Title Alternative EFFECT OF WATER LEVEL OF RIVER ON MINERAL SPRING
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Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract From June 1953 to January 1954, the water temperature and amount of flow of a spring called IITanaka-no-Yu", Misasa Hot Springs, Tottori Prefecture, were observed continuously. It issues 10 metres north of the riverside of the River Misasa and a stream runs 3 metres south of it. The water level of the River and the stream were also observed. The water level of the stream have close connection with the water volume of rice-field which surround that spring, because it is a watercourse of irrigation to rice-field. It was found that when the amount of flow increased, the water temperature rose, namely there was a positive correlation between them, and the correlation coefficient was 0.952 (highly significant). The analysis of variance showed that the amount of flow would be affected by the water level of the River but would not be severely affected by that of the stream. The correlation between the amount of flow and the water level of the River was also positive and the correlation coefficient was 0.731 (highly significant). As a result of the analysis of variance, the computation of confidence limit and the analysis of covariance, in summer the averages of the amount of flow and the water temperature would be higher than those in autumn and winter. This difference was seemed to be induced by the water level of the stream. The end of the observation, a dam had been constructed 20 metres down (west) the River and she rised, but the effect of it must be observed after this.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1954-03
Volume volume14
Start Page 15
End Page 21
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 120002462902
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40259
Title Alternative Study of Togo -Matsuzaki Hot Springs, Tottori Prefecture
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Author Umemoto, Shunji| Harada, Mitsuru| Okabe, Shigeru| Miyakoshi, Junichiro| Sakanoue, Masanobu| Tanaka, Masaya| Mifune Masaaki|
Abstract 1. Layers containing thermal water in this district are thin, and lie at different depths (about 35, 55, and 60 meters) from the ground surface. There are evidences to show that these layers are intimately connected with one another. 2. The authors may suppose the existence of a structurally weak zone, along the line from Matsuzaki to Asozu, within which the issuing spots of thermal springs are located. 3. The head water levels of the thermal springs in this district are closely related with that of Lake Togo. Keeping pace with the variations of the water levels of Lake Togo and of artesian wells in its vicinity, the rate of flow of thermal springs vary; and the correlation between these variations is apparent. 4. The pumping suction of thermal water at one spring affects the flow of water at other springs within distances of 150 to 200 meters therefrom, though the direct sources of thermal water supply for the latter springs may be different from that of the former. 5. The spring water in this district is considered to be a mixture of hot water, containing sodium, calcium, chloride, and sulfate ions, and cold water, containing bicarbonate ion. The diversity of chemical constitutions of different spring waters is explained as due to the difference in proportion in which the hot and cold waters are mixed.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1958-10
Volume volume23
Start Page 1
End Page 22
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 120002462891
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40220
Title Alternative Study on the Separation of Uranium by Ion Exchage
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Author Umemoto, Shunji| Sakanoue, Masanobu|
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1961-06-25
Volume volume29
Start Page 7
End Page 19
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 120002462881
JaLCDOI 10.18926/40188
Title Alternative The isotopic ratio (234)U/(238)U of the ores and waters in Togo Mine, Tottori-ken, Japan
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Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract The ratio (234)U/(238)U of two groups of ores and the waters collected in Kannokura Deposit was determined by α-ray spectrometry. According to the geological and mineralogical observation, the ores of each group were formed in succession. Based on the assumption that (234)U/(238)U of the uranium in the leaching solution is higher than that in the ores, the obtained ratio supports the above mechanism of formation. Actually, the waters collected in Kannokura Deposit showed the fairly high value in (234)U/(238)U. Each stratum of a typical section of the mine was observed on the ratio, but the obtained values were in too much complicated relation to interpret.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1967-12-15
Volume volume37
Start Page 31
End Page 36
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 120002400929
JaLCDOI 10.18926/21312
Title Alternative U-234 : U-238 in Nature
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Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1965-10-25
Volume volume35
Start Page 57
End Page 66
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 120002310977
JaLCDOI 10.18926/21311
Title Alternative Search for Cm-247 in Nature
FullText URL pitsr_035_051_056.pdf
Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1965-10-25
Volume volume35
Start Page 51
End Page 56
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 120002310951
Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Published Date 1965-10-25
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Volume volume35
Content Type Others
JaLCDOI 10.18926/19607
Title Alternative EFFECT OF WATER LEVEL OF RIVER ON MINERAL SPRING (Continued)
FullText URL 015_011_015.pdf
Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract From February to September 1954, observations were made of the rates of flow and the water temperatures at a spring called "Tanaka-no-Yu", Misasa Hot Springs, Tottori Prefecture. Simultaneously with these observations, the water level of the River Misasa and that of an irrigation stream nearby were also determined. The procedures for the observations were the same as in the previous report. Comparing the results here obtaind wite those previously obtaind, and referring to the conclusions in the previous report, the author has been led to the following conclusions. From the observations in the period from February to September, 1954, as from those in the period from June, 1953 to January, 1954, a positive correlation was found between the rate of flow and the water teperature, the correlarion coefficient being 0.828 (highly significant). The analsis of variance of the obseryed results showed that the rate of flow and the water temperature appear to be affected by the water levels of the River and of the irrigation stream, and also by their interaction. This conclusion supports what was deduced in the previous report. The average water levels of the River and of the irrigation stream, the average rates of flow and the average water temperatures, for the period from June to September in 1953, were compared with those for the period from June to September in 1954. The differences in the average water levels of the River, the average rates of flow and the average water temperatures are significant; while that in average water levels of the stream is not significant. From this it may be concluded that the increase in the rate of flow and the rise of the water temperature were resulted from the upheaval of the water level of the River, which followed the construction of a dam there.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1955-03-25
Volume volume15
Start Page 11
End Page 15
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 120002309149
JaLCDOI 10.18926/19605
Title Alternative STUDIES ON CHLORIDE AND SULFATE CONTENT OF WELL WATERS AND THE AMOUNTS OF CHLORIDE AND SULFATE FIXED TO SOIL IN THE MINERAL SPRING DISTRICTS (X) MATSUZAKI, TOGO AND ASOZU HOT SPRINGS AND HAMAMURA AND KACHIMI HOT SPRINGS (Continued)
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Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract At Matsuzaki, Togo and Asozu Hot Springs and at Hamamura and Kachimi Hot Springs, the amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to soil were determined with samples which were colleted from various parts of the thermal spring zone and its outside area, more than ten days after rainfall, so as to eliminate its possible effect. The amounts of sulfate were determined by terbidimetry with BaCl(2) solution and those of chloride were determined by mercuric thiocyanate method. In the average amounts of chloride and sulfate, no differences were found between the samples collected from the thermal spring zone and its outside area. The same fact was described in the 5th and 8th reports, but errorneously ascribed to an effect of rainfall. From the present study it has been ascertained that the fact is independent of rainfall.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1955-03-25
Volume volume15
Start Page 6
End Page 10
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 120002309043
JaLCDOI 10.18926/19602
Title Alternative STUDIES ON THE CHLORIDE AND SULFATE CONTENT OF WELL WATERS AND THE AMOUNTS OF CHLORIDE AND SULFATE FIXED TO SOIL IN THE MINERAL SPRING DISTRICTS (IX) SAGINOYU HOT SPRINGS, SHIMANE PREFECTURE, JAPAN.
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Author Umemoto, Shunji| Tanaka, Shigeo|
Abstract At Saginoyu Hot Springs same experiments as those described in previous reports were carried out. Water temperature of Springs is about 50℃. and main constituents dissolved in spring water are calcium sulfate and sodium chloride, its total salt content being 1.5g./ℓ.. Experimental results obtained are shown in the annexed table and map. The results obtained may be discussed in two ways: First, the area marked with ※ is regarded as the spring zone, and a comparison is made by Cochran and Cox's method between this zone and the outside area as to the average contents of chloride and sulfate in well Water, the average water temperatures of well water and the average amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to soil. The differences in averages of the chloride and sulfate content of well water are significant, while that in average water temperatures is not significant. The differences in the average amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to soil are not significant. However, the difference in the average amounts of chloride fixed to soi1 is nearly same as that for the 5 % level, and it is seen that the average amount of chloride fixed to soil tends to be higher in the spring zone than in the outside area. Second, the area marked with t is regarded as the spring zone, and a comparison is made in the same way as the above. The differences in the averages of the chloride and sulfate contents and water temperatures of well waters, all being higher in the spring zone, are significant. The differences in average amounts of chloride and Sdlfate fixed to soil are not significant. However, since these differences are nearly same as that for the 5 % level, the average amounts of chloride and sulfate fixed to soil tend to be higher in the spring zone than in the outside area. As the existence of sources which would supply the chloride, sulfate and heat to the water and soil is impossible, the above differences may be due to effects of thermal springs. Since the spring zone may be defined as the zone effected by mineral springs, it is more appropriate to follow the second of the above two ways than to follow the first, and to regard the area marked with t as the spring zone. Then, the differences between the spring zone and the outside area are revealed more remarkably than otherwise. It is an interesing fact that the samples Nos. 3-6, though collected from the spots very near to the springs, do not belong to the spring zone.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1955-03-25
Volume volume15
Start Page 1
End Page 5
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 40017532466
JaLCDOI 10.18926/19587
Title Alternative STUDIES ON THE EFFECTS BY PUMPING SUCTION OF HOT-SPRING
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Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract At Sekigane Hot-Spring, Tottori, Japan, where three hot-springs place side by side, the auther measured the variation of spring temperature, pH, Cl,- HCO(3)- and SO (4)-- content and the amount of flow, during and after, pumping suction of one hot-spring. About the variation of other hot-spring, immediately after the commencement of suction, the content of HCO(3)- decreased and that of Cl- and SO(4)-- increased. Then the increase of HCO(3)- content and the decrease of Cl- and SO(4)--contents appeared with the lapse of time. After stopping the suction, these changes in contents were reversed agaln, that is, the decrease of HCO(3)- and the increage of Cl- and SO(4)-- were observed. Immediately after the second suction was begun, HCO(3)- increased and Cl- and SO(4)-- decreased rapidly. The amount of flow increased only when the pumping suction stopped. At the hot-spring which was pumped, HCO(3)- and SO(4)-- contents decreased and the slight increase was observed in Cl- content. Of cource, only when the suction stopped, the amount of flow decreased. But at these hot-springs, the ratio of Cl-/SO(4)-- has always constant value, about 1.05. These results show that these three hot-springs belong to the same line and difference was observed only in the contamination with ground-watres.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1952-08
Volume volume7
Start Page 8
End Page 11
ISSN 0369-7142
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NAID 120002309129
JaLCDOI 10.18926/15536
Title Alternative A STUDY ON THE PHOSPHOR CONTENT IN MISASA SPA
FullText URL 006_001_003.pdf
Author Umemoto, Shunji|
Abstract The phosphor contents of well-water,spring-water and soil were measured semiquantitatively. The phosphor content is relatively high in the sampls from the thermal spring district than in that from the surrounding.
Publication Title 岡山大学温泉研究所報告
Published Date 1952-03
Volume volume6
Start Page 1
End Page 3
ISSN 0369-7142
language 日本語
File Version publisher
NAID 120002307782