Vol 71, No 2 (2018)


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The Ombla spring is the largest karst spring in the southern Dalmatia region of Croatia. It is a typical contact spring, developed on the contact of Mesozoic carbonate rocks overthrust onto thick Eocene flysch deposits.

Average discharge rate of the spring is 24 m3/s, with  minimum of 3 m3/s and  maximum of 138 m3/s. The Ombla spring was one of excursion stops on the fieldtrips of the 44th Annual IAH Congress.



 

 

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