Inferences About Radionuclide Mobility in Soils Based on the Solid/Liquid Partition Coefficients and Soil Properties

@inproceedings{Sohlenius2013InferencesAR,
  title={Inferences About Radionuclide Mobility in Soils Based on the Solid/Liquid Partition Coefficients and Soil Properties},
  author={Gustav Sohlenius and Peter Saetre and Sara Nord{\'e}n and Sara Grolander and Steve C. Sheppard},
  booktitle={AMBIO},
  year={2013}
}
To assist transport modeling in assessments of the radiological impact of a geological repository for radioactive wastes, the mobility of various elements was studied in arable and wetland soils in the Forsmark region, Sweden. Pore water and total element contents were determined for five types of unconsolidated deposits (regolith), spanning a wide range of soil properties with respect to pH and organic matter content. Two soil depths were sampled to capture element mobility in regolith layers… CONTINUE READING

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