OZCAR-RI SNO_KARST Karst Val d'Orléans - France

The Val d’Orléans is a vast depression in the Loire River main flow, 37 km long and from 4 to 7 km wide. This is a saturated karst aquifer, hosted within a carbonate lacustrine deposit called the Beauce limestone with a high porosity overlain by the Quaternary alluvia of the Loire River. The Loire River feeds more than 80% of the water hosted in the carbonate karst aquifer (11.5 m3/s during low water periods). Water outflows toward several resurgences of the Loiret River through a saturated karst networks.

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Creator Célestine Delbart
Publisher DEIMS-SDR
Contributor DEIMS-SDR Site and Dataset registry deims.org
Publication Year 2019
Rights No conditions apply to access and use; no limitations to public access
OpenAccess true
Version 3.2.1
Discipline Environmental Monitoring
Spatial Coverage (1.797W, 47.701S, 2.514E, 47.916N)