Redox control of arsenic mobilization in Bangladesh groundwater

@inproceedings{Zhenga2003RedoxCO,
  title={Redox control of arsenic mobilization in Bangladesh groundwater},
  author={Y. Zhenga and M. Stuteb and A. van Geenb and I. Gavrielib and Rita Dhara and H. J. Simpsonb and P. Schlosserb and K. M. Ahmedg},
  year={2003}
}
  • Y. Zhenga, M. Stuteb, +5 authors K. M. Ahmedg
  • Published 2003
Detailed hydrochemical measurements, SSO4 and H analyses were performed on 37 groundwater samples collected during February 1999, January and March 2000 from 6 locations in eastern and southeastern Bangladesh to examine redox processes that lead to As mobilization in groundwater. The study sites were chosen based on available nation-wide As surveys to span the entire spectrum of As concentrations in Bangladesh groundwater, and to represent 3 of 5 major geological units of the Ganges-Brahmaputra… CONTINUE READING
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