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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Precipitation isotope data were used to determine the origin of groundwater in the Badain Jaran Desert (BJD) in the study of Wu et al. (2017). Both precipitation and its isotopic composition vary seasonally, so arithmetic averages of precipitation isotope values poorly represent the isotope composition of meteoric water. Their finding that the BJD groundwater is recharged by modern meteoric water from local areas including the southeastern adjacent mountains wasdoi:10.5194/hess-2018-229 fatcat:emqvjhzlsnao7gwpjsw7qa6h5a