Newcastle University, UK

Aqueous Geochemistry 2016

This course introduces some of the techniques used to quantify geochemical reactions between dissolved species and mineral phases. It provides an introduction to the quantitative, equilibrium-based methods which are used to understand the controls on the chemical composition of both surface and groundwaters. You will learn how simple thermodynamic principles can be used to quantify the potential for reactions between dissolved solutes and solid phases and will see how computer-based models are now used to solve a range of geochemical problems and water quality issues, such as mine water pollution.
Event Type:
Workshops/Training Courses
Dec. 5-9, 2016
Newcastle University
Newcastle upon Tyne , UK

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