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The Groundwater Flow in the Mountains

by Theresa König last modified 2007-06-06 15:08

There are several springs on the valley floor near Lörüns. About 250 to 300 litres of high-quality-water reach the surface from the depths (or rather peaks) of the mountains per second. A detailed investigation showed that the water needs about 7 years to seep through the rock from the peak regions of Saulakopf and Zimba to the valley floor at Lorüns.


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