Modelling the long-term evolution of groundwater's quality in a flooded iron-ore mine using a reactive transport pipe network model

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Vaute , Laurent; Le Pape , Pierre; Collon-Drouaillet , Pauline; Fabriol , Robert;
(2010)
  • Publisher: CBU Press
  • Subject: [ SDE ] Environmental Sciences | EPAnet | [SDE]Environmental Sciences | flooded mine | modelling | groundwater quality

International audience; Over the past 25 years, underground mine flooding in the lorraine iron Basin (France) has resulted in a high concentration of dissolved sulphate and have made the water unsuitable for human consumption. this problematic issue has led to the devel... View more
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