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Title: Geochemical process modelling : review of models : interim report (0295/8/A)
Author: J.A. Barker
Author: D.G. Kinniburgh
Author: D.M.J. Macdonald
Author: J.M. West
Document Type: Monograph
This a report of the Geochemical Process Modelling project, which is concerned with the modelling of contaminant transport in the subsurface. The aim of this document is to present a review of models that can be used to help understand, predict, and control the migration of pollutants in the subsurface. The next report in this series (0295/9/A) provides a directory of models. Approaches to modelling the processes that affect subsurface contaminants are described and discussed in terms of their applicability under various circumstances. Although some specific recommendation are made on the choice of model codes, it is emphasized that model choice is a complex issue that will be covered in detail later in the project.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1992
Publication Place: Wallingford
Subject Keywords: ContaminationGeochemical surveysModellingPollutants
Extent: 92
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