Metal contamination of groundwater results from many human activities, including agriculture, mining, and the disposal of municipal waste and fly ash. Metals in Groundwater describes the transport of metals to groundwater from these and other sources. It also covers risk assessment of metals in groundwater, coupling of chemicals and hydrological models, and sorption of metals onto soils and clays. The speciation of metals is examined in detail. The book will interest researchers in environmental quality, mining, and agriculture; consultants; industry professionals; and personnel within regulatory agencies.In their 1960 compendium, these authors placed over 6, 200 pairs of Eh and pH measurements into a single Eh-pH diagram. Although the reliability of most of these data would now be regarded as questionable, the authors were able to relateanbsp;...
|Title||:||Metals in Groundwater|
|Author||:||Herbert E. Allen, E. Michael Perdue, David S. Brown|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1993-07-23|