hydrogeochemistry

hydrogeochemistry

[¦hī·drō‚jē·ō′kem·ə·strē]
(geochemistry)
The study of the chemical characteristics of ground and surface waters as related to areal and regional geology.
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Tahmasebi Nejadand Kaboli, 2010, evaluated the quality management of groundwater through Hydrogeochemistry assessment of karst spring in Khuzestan province and results of this study showed that carbonate dissolution has minor role in increasing the concentration of calcium of Gro Spring.
Faye S, Faye SC, Ndoye S, Faye A (2003) Hydrogeochemistry of the Saloum (Senegal) superficial coastal aquifer.
Application of Statistical Analysis for the Hydrogeochemistry of Saline Groundwater in Kodiakarai, Tamilnadu, India, Journal of Coastal Research, 28, 89-98.
Hydrogeochemistry of alluvial groundwaters in an agricultural area: An implication for groundwater contamination susceptibility.
The study examines landscape changes, surface water hydrogeochemistry, flooded sediment, and riparian understory structure.
Grain size, porosity, and pore fluid analysis were done at the BRS Hydrogeochemistry Laboratory, Canberra (Bureau of Rural Sciences, unpublished data 2001, Salt Risk Management Sciences).
Recently, Chowdhury and others (2003), evaluating the groundwater in the Chippewa Creek Watershed in northern Ohio, observed that no appreciable trends in groundwater hydrogeochemistry existed across their study area, an area of similar size to the studied area surrounding the Penry Wellfield.
Shallow-burial diagenetic settings (also called shallow subsurface settings or environments) are similar in many respects, including hydrogeochemistry, to near-surface diagenetic settings.