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Arsenic in geothermal waters in Costa Rica, Central America: A preliminary study on the sources, mobility controls and evaluation of environmental contamination and restoration (Prosun Bhattacharya)

Period: 2005-04-18

Arsenic (As) is a ubiquitous component of active geothermal systems that contaminate the natural drainage systems and thereby an issue of environmental health concern. Concentrations of As frequently » more
High-arsenic groundwater in the alluvial aquifers of the Bengal Delta Plain in Bangladesh: Genesis and low-cost remediation (Prosun Bhattacharya)

Period: 1999-01-01

The regional problem of arsenic contamination in groundwater in the vast tract of alluvial aquifers in the Bengal Delta Plain (BDP) is known to have affected a population of about 50 million in » more
Soil and groundwater chemistry in the built environment (Ann-Catrine Norrström)

Period: 1996-07-01

Large concentrations of toxic elements are accumulated in soils in the built environment. Corrosion products from vehicles and wear products from road surfaces are transported to roadside soils. » more
Visual MINTEQ - a user-friendly chemical equilibrium framework (Jon Petter Gustafsson)

Period: 1996-07-01

The development of Visual MINTEQ began in 1996 and the original aim was to make a user-friendly Windows version of a former USEPA code (MINTEQA2) for teaching purposes. Now, Visual MINTEQ is one of » more
Zinc deficiency in soils, crops and food in Mali (Professor emeritus Gunnar Jacks)

Zinc deficiency in soils in central Mali causes lower yields and lower contents of zinc in the crops. The first results in the project indicate that the zinc intake by humans is about half the » more


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