Appelo C.A.J., Postma D. Geochemistry, Groundwater and Pollution [PDF] - Все для студентаIt is detailed, but easy to read. The authors provide wide ranging examples of environmental case studies and demonstrate their broad knowledge of the field. I highly recommend this book as the primary textbook for groundwater geochemistry classes and as at least a supplemental text for general environmental geochemistry courses A realistically priced title for students and graduates wanting to extend their knowledge of groundwater chemistry and soil-water-chemistry. There are practical examples and models illustrated to ensure a better understanding of the application of theory to real life situations Dr Tony Appelo is a consultant based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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Appelo, C. J, a, Cation and proton exchange, pH variations, and carbonate reactions in a freshening aquifer: Water Resources Research, v. Some calculations on multicomponent transport with cation exchange in aquifers. Ground Water, v. B, and Hulston, J.
Skip to search form Skip to main content. Appelo , Alain Dimier Published Predicting the fate of chemicals that leach from waste deposits and deciphering their transport in the invisible subsoil must rely on 1 understanding the pattern of groundwater flowlines and travel times, 2 insight in the chemical reactions which retard the solutes, and 3 the quality of the database of the geochemical model. View PDF. Save to Library. Create Alert. Share This Paper.
Geosciences Journal. Hydrogeochemical characteristics of shallow groundwater in a mid-western coastal aquifer system, Korea have been investigated to identify the salinization process. The spatial distributions of the groundwater components are well consistent with the groundwater flow pattern that follows topography in the study area. The groundwater at many locations in the study area is not suitable for drinking water because of its high salinity, which is mainly caused by seawater intrusion. The chemical composition of the groundwater is characterized by high chloride concentration and high variations in cation concentrations due to the cation exchange reaction between aquifer minerals and seawater components. The similar distributions of chemical components between rainy and dry seasons suggest that the groundwater flow system is almost in a steady state condition. The groundwater from the alluvial aquifer shows higher salinity in the rainy season than the dry season while the groundwater in the bedrock aquifer shows lower salinity year-round.
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