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DFG Geochemical Processes: Conceptual Models for Reactive Transport in Soil and Groundwater

DFG Geochemical Processes: Conceptual Models for Reactive Transport in Soil and Groundwater

Horst D. Schulz (Editor), Georg Teutsch (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-60970-3

Aug 2007

296 pages

Select type: O-Book


As part of the Priority Programme 546 run by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft on the subject of "Geochemical processes with long-term effects in anthropogenically influenced drainage and ground water", a number of geoscientists, chemists, physicists, microbiologists, engineers and mathematicians all collaborated. This book describes the various ideas, concepts and conclusions that resulted and that were used to develop a model for the reactive transport of materials in drainage and ground water.
Modelling Contaminant Transport in Anthropogenic Soil: Reconstruction of Spatial Heterogeneity by Analysing the Relations of Adjacent Pedofacies (K. Totsche, et al.).

Concepts for Modelling of Heterogeneous Flow Processes in Soil Columns on the Basis of Tomographic Radiotracer Experiments (M. Richter).

Upscaling of Hydraulic and Hydrogeochemical Aquifer Parameters Using an Approach Based on Sedimentological Facies (T. Ptak & R. Liedl).

DiffMod7 - Modelling Oxygen Diffusion and Pyrite Decomposition in the Unsaturated Zone Based on Ground Air Oxygen Distribution (H. Hecht, et al.). 

Speciation and Sorption for Risk Assessment: Modelling and Database Applications (V. Brendler, et al.).

New Geochemical Simulator Rockflow-RTM: Development and Benchmarking (A. Habbar, et al.).

Modelling Reactive Transport of Organic Solutes in Groundwater with a Lagrangian Steamtube Approach (M. Finkel, et al.). 

Conception of a GIS-Based Data Model for Combined Hydrochemical and Hydraulic Balance Calculations in Pleistocene Landscapes - An Approac h of Regionalization (C. Merz, et al.).

The "Virtual Aquifers" - Concept as a Tool for Evaluation of Exploration, Remediation and Monitoring Strategies (D. Schäfer, et al.).

Two-Dimensional Two-Step Modelling of 250 Years of Transport and Reactions in a Virtual Anoxic Aquifer (Oderbruch, Eastern Germany) (G. Massmann & H. Schulz).

Redox-Transport Modelling for the Oderbruch Aquifer (E. Holzbecher, et al.).

Oxoanion Transport in Aquifers Containing Iron Hydroxide - Modelling of Column Experiments with PHREEQC2 (M. Kofod, et al.). 

Problems of Upscaling the Time in Fe° Reactive Barriers (M. Ebert, et al.).

Comparing Two Approaches for Modelling Natural Attenuation of Organic Compounds in Heterogeneous Porous Media (A. Peter, et al.).

A Steady-State Approach to Model Redox Potentials in Groundwaters Contaminated with Chlorinated Ethenes (S. Peiffer & C. Nohlen).

Simulation of Two-Column Experiments on Anaerobic Degradation of Toluene and Xylene (W. Schäfer & R. Meckenstock).