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Geochemical evolution of groundwater in loess near Pullman, Washington

Victoria Beatriz Martinez

Geochemical evolution of groundwater in loess near Pullman, Washington

by Victoria Beatriz Martinez

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater flow -- Washington (State) -- Pullman.,
  • Groundwater -- Pollution.,
  • Hazardous waste sites -- Leaching.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Victoria Beatriz Martinez.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 129 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16831092M

    This difference may indicate that the newer part of the landfill near S-1 may have reached the state of high CH4 production at a later time than the zone near A Nicholson et al. (in press) have shown that the gas initially produced in landfills is predominantly CO2, whereas at later stages the pre- . United States Environmental Protection Agency Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory Ada OK Research and Development EPA//S/ Jan. & EPA Project Summary Identification of Sources of Ground-Water Salinization Using Geochemical Techniques Bernd C. Richtef and Charles W. Kreitler This report deals with salt-water sources that commonly mix with and .

    groundwater level in the underlying aquifer is higher than the river stage, an upward hydraulic. gradient drives the movement of water from the groundwater to the river resulting in a gaining river. Conversely, a downward hydraulic gradient exists when the river elevation is higher than the groundwater level causing the river to lose water. Interest in groundwater and other subsurface fluids has increased in recent years. Hydrogeologists and geologists are now actively exploring the role of subsurface fluids in such fundamental geologic processes as crustal heat transfer, hydrocarbon migration, earthquakes, diagenesis, and metamorphism. Groundwater in Geologic Processes first develops the basic theory of groundwater motion.

    The oil tanker _____ caused massive water pollution of Prince William Sound near Valdez, Alaska in ascension A cone of __________ is formed in saltwater . Groundwater is No Longer Secret and Occult – A Historical and Hydrogeologic Analysis of the East case Robert E. Macea, Cynthia Ridgewaya, and John M. Sharp, Jr.b aTexas Water Development Board bThe University of Texas at Austin Introduction In , Denison, Texas was a bustling railroad town that served as a retail and shipping centerFile Size: 1MB.


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Victoria Beatriz Martinez has written: 'Geochemical evolution of groundwater in loess near Pullman, Washington' -- subject(s): Hazardous waste sites, Leaching, Groundwater, Groundwater flow, Pollution. The interpretation of the geochemical evolution of groundwater in the study area takes into account previous work that identified the origin of groundwater (Cloutier et al., ), and recognized the on-going geochemical processes as well as the Quaternary geological events that influenced groundwater geochemistry in this aquifer system Cited by: Larson, K.R.,Stable isotopes in the Pullman-Moscow Basin, eastern Washington and North Idaho; Implications for the timing, magnitude and distribution of groundwater recharge: Master's thesis.

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