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succession was found at a depth of 9 m andnear to the d. Mišović Hospital (B-1) at the depth of96 m (kNEžEvIć & krSTIć, 2015). In the Bt 1-2 well(Ljubičica–Bubanj potok) similar unit was found,where in 21 m depth, it lies under the

not reached to a depth of 194 m,nor was the deepest well up to 219 m in that area(doLIć, 1997). according to the constructed map here,it would be on a vault at a depth of about 200 m.To the presence of depth igneous channels

in the well om-1 (omoljica) at a depth of 932–1,905 m (Figs. 4, 6).Spheres are rarely present in the deepest levels of thewell (laminated siltstones below 1,740 m). abovethat, in the depth interval from 1,566 to 1,569 m,


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also be less than 5 km.Maximum depth of mineral water occurrences Theoretically, in Serbia’s lithosphere mineral watercan be found at a maximum depth of 2.5 km, which isdetermined by the depth of the lithostratigraphic substrates

gradual decrease with depth. Belowthis depth and down to 2 km, there is a boundarybetween the zone of slow and the zone of very slowgroundwater renewal. At Selters Banja, mineral wateris captured from the depth interval of 360

rate of groundwater renewal occursbelow a depth of 800 m, associated with slightlykarstified carbonate rocks. The depth of the mineralwater in this spa town is determined by the depth andpermeability of the rocks and neotectonically