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Titel (primär) The application of stable isotopes for assessing the hydrological, sulfur, and iron balances of acidic mining lake ML 111 (Lusatia, Germany) as basis for biotechnical remediation
Autor Knöller, K.; Strauch, G.;
Journal / Serie Water Air and Soil Pollution: Focus
Erscheinungsjahr 2002
Department HDG; ISOHYD;
Band/Volume 2
Heft 3
Sprache englisch;
Keywords groundwater; hydrological balance; isotope balance; mining lake; oxygen isotopes; sulfur isotopes
Abstract Stable isotope (δ18O–H2O, δ2H–H2O δ34S–SO4 2-) andhydrochemical data (SO4 2-, Fe-concentrations) have beenused to estimate the annual groundwater inflow and outflow of mining lake ML 111 and to calculate the total amount of dissolvedsulfate and iron that is carried into the lake by groundwater. The hydrological balance suggests an annual groundwater inflow of 23 700 m3 and an annual groundwater outflow of 15 700 m3. The calculation of the sulfur and iron balances yielded an annual sulfate input of 37 800 kg and an annual iron input of 7000 kg with the groundwater inflow. Furthermore it was shown that significant fluxes of these elements go into the lake sediments which results in continuous release of acidity in the lake water.
ID 5683
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Knöller, K., Strauch, G. (2002):
The application of stable isotopes for assessing the hydrological, sulfur, and iron balances of acidic mining lake ML 111 (Lusatia, Germany) as basis for biotechnical remediation
Water Air Soil Poll.: Focus 2 (3), 3 - 14