A variety of in-stream experiments have been conducted in small, mountain streams to investigate in-stream solute transport, interactions between surface and subsurface flows, and geochemical interactions between solutes and sediments. Models for cation transport have been developed. The emphasis has been on attempting to demonstrate the relative roles of physical transport processes and geochemical reactions. A summary of experiments conducted in three streams is presented.
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Summary of geochemical transport experiments and models for solute-sediment interactions in streams
Washington, DC, USA
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National Meeting - American Chemical Society, Division of Environmental Chemistry
189th National Meeting - American Chemical Society, Division of Environmental Chemistry, Volume 25 Number 1.