Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects IV
W.R. Chappell, C.O. Abernathy, R.L. Calderon
Elsevier, Nov 27, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 492 pages
This collected volume of authoritative articles represents the state-of-the-art in arsenic research. Arsenic experts from around the world, participants in the Fourth International Conference on Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects organized by the Society of Environmental Geochemistry and Health in 2000, present their critical findings.
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Most problems are found in young aquifers having slow rates of groundwater flow
such that aquifer flushing, and hence arsenic removal, has been ... Affected
oxidising aquifers are often in arid or semiarid regions where recharge is low.
Although some differences occur in groundwater chemistry between each
affected region or aquifer, a number of common ... This paper describes the
results of hydrogeochemical investigations carried out in aquifers from three
countries with ...
The role of manganese oxides in the aquifers of La Pampa is not clear, although
they are also believed to play a role as they are relatively abundant in the
sediments. All the aquifers are relatively young (Quaternary, many Holocene)
GEOHYDROLOGY The shallow aquifer (12–15 m below ground level, bgl) in the
upper delta plain is mostly under unconfined ... There are two more aquifers with
depths ranging from 35 to 46 m and 70 to 150 m in the districts of Malda, ...
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