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(radioactivity, activity concentration, 40K groundwater, Serbia)
y of Groundwater in the Republic of Serbia, Ministryof Natural resources, Mining and Spatial Planning, 35pp. Belgrade (in Serbian).PROTIĆ, D. 1995. Mineral and thermal waters of Serbia.270 pp. Spatial Edition of Geoinstitute

238U and Th232 and gross alpha andbeta activities were analyzed in more than 100 samples of groundwater in Serbia. The highest gross alpha activity was recorded at 1.33 Bq/L (average 0.12 Bq/L), while the highest beta activity

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology, Department of Hydrogeology, Djušina 7, 11000 Belgrade,Serbia. E-mail: marinacuk@gmail.comDOI: 10.2298/GABP1374063Ccles, helium cores or ions comprised of two protonsand

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(flotation tailings dump, alluvium, groundwater pollutuon, Serbia)
is one of the most important rivers insouthwest Serbia. In geological terms, a portion of itscatchment area, from Donja Rudnica (or from theadministrative border between Serbia and Kosovo) tothe downstream location of Biljanovac

the Ibar alluvium near Raška (Serbia)BRANKO MILADINOVIĆ1, PETAR PAPIĆ2 & MARINA MANDIĆ3Abstract. As a result of the operation of an ore flotation facility at Donja Rudnica near Raška, Serbia, during the period from 1972 to

Serbian Geological Institute, Rovinjska 12, Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Đušina 7, Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: Institute of public

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(magnesium, groundwater, distribution, Mg/Ca ratio, Serbia)
st of Eastern Serbia and water supply opportunities.245 pp. Faculty of Mining and Geology, Belgrade.Distribution of magnesium in groundwater of Serbia 89PROTIĆ, D. 1995. Mineral and thermal waters of Serbia.269 pp. Geoinstitute

the concentration of magnesium in drinking water at 50 mg/L (OFFICIAL GAZETTEOF THE SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO 53/2005).The geology of Serbia is highly complex and notconducive to generalized studies and assessments. Tofacilitate

253 locations across Serbia,including groundwater resources featuring low andhigh total dissolved solids (TDS) levels. The samplingnetwork was designed to evenly cover the entire territory of Serbia and address groundwater

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University of Belgrade, Djusina 7, Belgrade, Serbia,E-mail: 2 Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Kraljice Marije 16, Belgrade, Serbia.3 Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

mostlyZORAN STEVANOVIĆ et al.134Fig. 2. Hydrogeological sketch map of eastern Serbia and main groundwater sources (based on Hydrogeological digital mapof Serbia, Stevanovic & Jemcov 1995).during the Tithonian, Valanginian, Hauterivian

EU countries is spent in buildings. In Serbia evenmore, almost 2/3 of the energy is utilized for domestic heating, which is quite logical given that more than50 % of buildings in Serbia were built before 1970.when application

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(factor analysis, hydrogeochemical processes, groundwater, factor loadings, Serbia)
process. Applying FA to a dataset that consists of 15 chemicalparameters measured on 40 groundwater samples from Serbia, four factors were extracted, which explain73.9% of total variance in the analyzed dataset. Interpretation

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology, Department of Hydrogeology, Djušina 7, 11000 Belgrade,Serbia. E-mail: janastojkovic@gmail.comDOI: 10.2298/GABP1374057SOne of the methods often applied in hydrogeochemistry

hydrogeochemical data comprised of 15 measured chemicalcomposition parameters of 40 groundwater samplescollected in Serbia. The concentrations (in mg/L) ofthe following elements were analyzed: calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium

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(monitoring, groundwater, good status, EU Water Framework Directive, Serbia)
network in Serbia 57Fig. 8. Groundwater Vulnerability Map of Serbia (MILANOVIĆ et al. 2010).Despite the fact that groundwater level regimes aremonitored by more than 400 special-purpose piezometers in Serbia, nearly all

importance. FollowingWFD principles Serbia adopted new legislation in water sector aiming to conserve or achieve good ecological, chemical and quantitative status of water resources. Serbia, as most of the countries of former

policies with WFD requirements and objectives, Serbia enacted a series of laws and implementing legislation, including: the Water Law (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia 30/10), the Law onMeteorological and Hydrological

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(groundwater regime, catchment area, real evapotranspiration, dynamic volume, water budget, Belo Vrelo, Serbia)
11000 Belgrade,Serbia. E-mails:; vesna_ristic2002@yahoo.com2 Geco-engineering, Belgrade, Serbia.3 Singidunum University, Faculty of Applied Ecology Futura, Požeška 83a, Belgrade, Serbia. DOI: 10.229

priAssessment of the discharge regime and water budget of Belo Vrelo(source of the Tolišnica River, central Serbia)MARINA ČOKORILO ILIĆ1, VESNA RISTIĆ VAKANJAC1, SIBELA OUDECH2,BORIS VAKANJAC3, DUŠAN POLOMČIĆ1 & DRAGOLJUB

deemed to be a continuous spring discharge time series of more than 30 years. Such time series are rare in Serbia. They are generally much shorter (less than 15 years), and the respective catchment areas therefore fall into

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Institute, Jaroslava Černog 80, 11226 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: Academy of Engineering Sciences of Serbia, Kraljice Marije 16/218a, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: 10.

DIMKIĆ & MILENKO N. PUŠIĆ42ment of the Republic of Serbia. Several parts of this paperwere presented at the IWA Specialist GroundwaterConference, 09-11 June 2016, Belgrade, Serbia (DIMKIĆ &PUŠIĆ, 2016; PUŠIĆ & DIMKIĆ, 2016).R

the paper. The considered well, RB-16, is part of a groundwater source that provides water supply toBelgrade (Serbia). The source relies on the alluvial aquifer of the Sava River. The groundwater is mildly anoxic (Eh ~ 125 mV