Gerald R Haszler

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Concern about soil and groundwater pollution has resulted in numerous studies focused on solute transport. The objectives of our C about soil and groundwater pollution study were to investigate the effect of soil type and land-use managehas resulted in numerous studies focused on solute ment on solute movement. Transport of water and Cl2 were measured(More)
Recent strategies to reduce elevated nitrate concentrations employ metallic Fe0 as a reductant. Secondary products of Fe0 corrosion include magnetite (Fe3O4), green rust [Fe6(OH)12SO4], and wüstite [FeO(s)]. To our knowledge, no studies have been reported on the reactivity of NO3- with FeO(s). This project was initiated to evaluate the reactivity of FeO(s)(More)
ity D/v (L), that can be related solely to characteristics of the porous medium (Fried and Combarnous, Dispersivity ( ) is a required input parameter in solute-transport 1971). Dispersivity is a required input parameter in conmodels based on the advection-dispersion equation (ADE). Normally is obtained from miscible-displacement experiments. This(More)
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