Environmental Characteristics of the Abandoned Greenwood Mine Area, Prince William Forest Park, Virginia: Implications for Mercury Geochemistry

@inproceedings{Seal1998EnvironmentalCO,
  title={Environmental Characteristics of the Abandoned Greenwood Mine Area, Prince William Forest Park, Virginia: Implications for Mercury Geochemistry},
  author={Robert R. Seal and David P. Haffner and Allen L. Meier},
  year={1998}
}
This report presents water quality data for samples collected in December, 1997 from the abandoned Greenwood mine area in Prince William Forest Park, Prince William County, Virginia. Data include temperature, pH, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen, alkalinity, flow, and total acid soluble and dissolved major and trace element concentrations for four sites around the mine workings. Data are interpreted in terms of their implications for the geochemical behavior of mercury. 

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