Groundwater seepage into northern San Francisco Bay : Implications for dissolved metals budgets

@inproceedings{Spinelli2002GroundwaterSI,
  title={Groundwater seepage into northern San Francisco Bay : Implications for dissolved metals budgets},
  author={G. Spinelli and Andrew T. Fisher and Charles Geoffrey Wheat and Michael D. Tryon and Kevin M Brown and A. Russell Flegal},
  year={2002}
}
[1] Nonconservative excesses of dissolved metals in northern San Francisco Bay indicate that there are internal sources of metals within the bay. We quantified groundwater seepage and bioirrigation rates in this area to determine their roles in transporting dissolved metals from benthic sediments to surface waters. We deployed seepage meters and collected sediment, pore water, and bottom water samples at three sites. We determined seepage rates from seepage meters and modeled the transport of… CONTINUE READING

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