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Title: Geochemical process modelling : progress report for the period Jan - March 1993 (0295/11/A)
Author: J.A. Barker
Document Type: Monograph
This progress report is the eleventh report produced from the NRA R and D Project 0295 on Geochemical Process Modelling, which is concerned with the modelling of groundwater pollution. A joint NRA/BGS seminar on the project was held on 10 December 1992. There were two purposes to the seminar: (i) to pass on to NRA staff concerned with groundwater model applications an outline of the results of the project thus far, and (ii) to elicit from NRA staff ideas on the most useful directions for the project to take within the flexibility allowed by the contract. The previous progress report (0295/10/A) presented an agreed description of that seminar, concentrating on the needs of NRA that emerged from the discussions. On 3 March 1993 a follow-up meeting to the seminar was held between Mark Gout, John Barker and David Kinniburgh to discuss the outcome of the seminar; the previous progress report was used to guide those discussions. This report is mostly an agreed record of the conclusions from that meeting.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1993
Publication Place: Wallingford
Subject Keywords: Groundwater pollutionGeochemical surveysModellingMeetingsResearch projects
Extent: 5
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