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Formation of Freshwater Fe-Mn Coatings on Gravel and the Behavior of Co60, Sr90, and Cs137 in a Small Watershed
Natural Clean-up of a Stream Contaminated by Mine and Mill Wastes: A Reaction Analogous to Liming in Water Treatment
Reconnaissance of the Occurrence of Agricultural Chemicals in Ground Water in Haywood, Lake and Obion, and Shelby Counties, Tennessee
Geochemical interactions between constituents in acidic groundwater and alluvium in an aquifer near Globe, Arizona
Linking the hydrologic and biochemical controls of nitrogen transport in near-stream zones of temperate-forested catchments: A review
Fluxes of major ions were evaluated for the watershed-lake ecosystem of Certovo Lake in the Bohemian Forest in the 1998 hydrological year. Water balance in the watershed-lake ecosystem was estimated from precipitation and throughfall amounts and Cl super(-) balance, assuming Cl super(-) to be a conservative anion with no net release or sink in the ecosystem. Annual volume weighted mean (VWM) compositions of atmospheric deposition, tributaries, and lake output together with the water balance were used to calculate the mass balances for H super(+) and major ions in the terrestrial and aquatic parts of the ecosystem. The total atmospheric input of H super(+) into the Certovo watershed-lake ecosystem was 42 keq y super(-1)...
Water-Quality Data from the San Juan and Chaco Rivers and Selected Alluvial Aquifers, San Juan County, New Mexico