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We used hydrogeochemical techniques and environmental isotopes (δ18O and δ2H) to characterize karst aquifers without a well-known hydrogeological conceptual model. The selected study area corresponds to carbonate outcrops located in the Sierra Grazalema Natural Park (SGNP) in southern Spain. The combination of high rainfall, large areas of carbonate outcrops and the high permeability of the outcropping rocks means that the SGNP is a strategic water reserve in a region that periodically suffers from a scarcity of water. There are still many uncertainties regarding the hydrogeological functioning of these aquifers, such as the groundwater flow paths,...

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