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000063493 245__ $$aNumerical modelling for design and evaluation of groundwater remediation schemes
000063493 269__ $$a2000
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000063493 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000063493 520__ $$aThe growth in readily available computational resources has led to increasingly sophisticated numerical models of biologically mediated, reactive chemical transport in aquifers. Such models are able to both simulate and predict behaviour of contaminants over reasonably long time scales and under a variety of circumstances and conditions. Application of one such model is demonstrated in two contamination scenarios, each of which constitutes a significant environmental problem. The first concerns acid mine drainage (AMD), a widespread problem facing mining and other industries. The second concerns contamination of soil and groundwater by benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylene (BTEX) compounds, resulting from spills or leaks of petroleum hydrocarbons. In each case, the model is used to simulate both the production and evolution of the contaminants as they migrate in groundwater, and also to evaluate remediation schemes.
000063493 6531_ $$aAcid mine drainage
000063493 6531_ $$aSulphate reduction
000063493 6531_ $$aReactive walls
000063493 6531_ $$aBTEX
000063493 6531_ $$aPetroleum contamination
000063493 6531_ $$aMulticomponent reactive transport
000063493 6531_ $$aPyritic mine wastes
000063493 6531_ $$aDiscrete fractures
000063493 6531_ $$aBiodegradation
000063493 6531_ $$aOxidation
000063493 6531_ $$aHydrocarbons
000063493 6531_ $$aToluene
000063493 6531_ $$aAquifer
000063493 6531_ $$aOxygen
000063493 6531_ $$aXylene
000063493 700__ $$aPrommer, H.
000063493 700__ $$0240314$$g169209$$aBarry, D. A.
000063493 700__ $$aDavis, G. B.
000063493 773__ $$j128$$tEcological Modelling$$k2-3$$q181-195
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