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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Hydrogeochemistry of Waters of Mangampeta Barite Mining Area, Cuddapah Basin, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Hydrogeology and hydrogeochemistry of Gunduzu semi-arid basin (Eskisehir, Central Anatolia), Environ.
To this end, an interdisciplinary approach combining hydrogeochemistry and technical development is implemented taking on consideration all the necessary steps of a novel ecological and low-cost water treatment technique.
The hydrogeochemistry of the Nickel Rim mine tailings impoundment, Sudbury, Ontario.
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.
Topics are: bedrock geology and weathering, upland forest soils, hydrogeochemistry, introduced insects and diseases, spruce-fir forest history, areas of biodiversity at high altitudes threatened by climate change, marsh thistle (detection and rapid response), and the effect of climate change on the location of wildlife corridors in the Hudson River valley.
Hydrogeochemistry, elemental flux, and quality assessment of mine water in the Pootkee-Balihari mining area, Jharia coalfield, India.
2002): Hydrogeochemistry of arsenic and other inorganic constituents in groundwaters from La Pampa, Argentina.
2009 Assessment of groundwater quality and hydrogeochemistry of Manimuktha River basin, Tamil Nadu, India.
Faye S, Faye SC, Ndoye S, Faye A (2003) Hydrogeochemistry of the Saloum (Senegal) superficial coastal aquifer.