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Environmental Geochemistry of Radioactive Contamination
This report attempts to describe the geochemical foundations of the behavior of radionuclides in the environment. The information is obtained and applied in three interacting spheres of inquiry andExpand
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Arsenic Pilot Plant operation and results
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Numerical modeling of coupled fluid flow and thermal and reactive biogeochemical transport in porous and fractured media
Subsurface contamination problems of metals and radionuclides are ubiquitous. Metals and radionuclides may exist in the solute phase or may be bound to soil particles and interstitial portions of theExpand
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Deep-water temperatures in the FAMOUS area
Some of the results of Project FAMOUS studies, which were undertaken in the axial area of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge between approximately 36/sup 0/30' and 37/sup 0/N latitudes, are reported. TheExpand
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Numerical modeling of coupled variably saturated fluid flow and reactive transport with fast and slow chemical reactions.
The couplings among chemical reaction rates, advective and diffusive transport in fractured media or soils, and changes in hydraulic properties due to precipitation and dissolution within fracturesExpand
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Arsenic pilot plant operation and results - Socorro Springs, New Mexico - phase 1.
Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) is conducting pilot scale evaluations of the performance and cost of innovative water treatment technologies aimed at meeting the recently revised arsenic maximumExpand
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Historical Case Analysis of Uranium Plume Attenuation
Groundwater plumes containing dissolved uranium at levels above natural background exist adjacent to uranium ore bodies, at uranium mines, milling locations, and at a number of explosive testExpand
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