JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2017

Presentation information

[EJ] Poster

A (Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Sciences) » A-HW Hydrology & Water Environment

[A-HW34] [EJ] Hydrological Cycle and Water Environment

Mon. May 22, 2017 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Poster Hall (International Exhibition Hall HALL7)

convener:Takeshi Hayashi(Faculty of Education and Human Studies, Akita University), Maksym Gusyev(International Centre for Water Hazard Risk Management, Public Works Research Institute), Seiya Nagao(Institute of Nature and Environmental Technology, Kanazawa University), Isao Machida(Geological Survey of Japan), Shin'ichi Iida(Department of Disaster Prevention, Meteorology and Hydrology, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute)

[AHW34-P13] Relation between water component and geological conditions in Izu Islands

*Hiroko Omori1, Rei Omiyama1, Emi Kinoshita3, Mana Yasui2, Atsushi Yamazaki2, Hiroshi Hagiya1 (1.Tokyo City University, 2.Waseda University, 3.Asano Taiseikiso Engineering Co.,Ltd)

Keywords:spring water, groundwater, basaltic volcano, rhyolitic volcano, Izu Islands

The relationship between the geological characteristic and groundwater compositions was investigated. 147 water samples were collected from Izu Islands, including Izu Oshima, Toshima, Miyakeshima, Hachijoshima, Niijima, and Kouzushima. The water samples were analyzed for cations and anions by using Ion Chromatography and Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectroscopy.
Chemical composition of rock samples at 83 locations on each islands were analyzed by using a X-ray fluorescent spectrometry.
As a result, the water samples in the basaltic volcanic area showed high Mg²+ value to compare with the seawater ratio.
Also, it was found that the Mg2+/Ca2+ ratio of the water samples in the basaltic volcanic area and the Mg2+/Ca2+ ratio of the rock composition are almost the same. However, cation of water samples collected near Fudeshima in Oshima had higher value of Mg2+ content, which seams to be related with weathering process of highly porphyritic rocks of Fudeshima volcano.
In addition ,comparing the seawater composition ratio of SO42-/Cl- with the water sample, it was found that the water some samples from Oshima and all samples of Miyakejima contained a large amount of SO42- originated from volcanic SO2.