Landfill-stimulated iron reduction and arsenic release at the Coakley Superfund Site (NH).

@article{deLemos2006LandfillstimulatedIR,
  title={Landfill-stimulated iron reduction and arsenic release at the Coakley Superfund Site (NH).},
  author={Jamie L deLemos and Benjam{\'i}n C Bostick and Carl E. Renshaw and Stefan St{\"u}rup and Xiahong Feng},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2006},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={67-73}
}
Arsenic is a contaminant at more than one-third of all Superfund Sites in the United States. Frequently this contamination appearsto resultfrom geochemical processes rather than the presence of a well-defined arsenic source. Here we examine the geochemical processes that regulate arsenic levels at the Coakley Landfill Superfund Site (NH), a site contaminated with As, Cr, Pb, Ni, Zn, and aromatic hydrocarbons. Long-term field observations indicate that the concentrations of most of these… CONTINUE READING