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EFFECT OF EPISODIC RAINFALL ON AQUEOUS METAL MOBILITY FROM HISTORICAL MINE SITES
Valencia-Avellan, M., E.R. Slack, A. Stockdale, and R.J.G. Mortimer.
Environmental Chemistry 14(8):469-475(2018)

Episodic extreme rainfall events may affect metal dynamics in rivers flowing within historical metal mining areas. This study provides an analysis of the water chemistry and geochemical processes associated with metals mobilization during episodic rainfall events, specifically the behavior of Pb, colloidal Al, Fe oxides, and Zn. http://www.publish.csiro.au/en/pdf/EN17133



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