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Title (Primary) Hydrogeological and geochemical investigations of an acidic mining lake as a basis for a biotechnological remediation
Title (Secondary) Groundwater: Past achievements and future challenges. Proceedings of the XXX IAH Congress, Cape Town/South Africa, 26 November-1 December 2000
Author Bozau, E.; Knöller, K.; Strauch, G.;
Publisher Sililo, O.;
Year 2000
Department HDG;
Volume 30
Language englisch;
Abstract

As a part of the research project "Remediation of organically and inorganically polluted ground water and surface water" the acidic mining lake 111 (situated in Eastern Germany) has been investigated to assess the possibilities of a successful biotechnological remediation. These investigations include a detailed hydrogeological study of the whole catchment area. Ground, seepage and lake water, as well as the surrounding sediments have been examined to model the hydrodynamic processes and the geochemical development of the lake. The isotope signatures of the various waters have also been analysed.

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Persistent UFZ Identifier https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=20939&ufzPublicationIdentifier=20370
Bozau, E., Knöller, K., Strauch, G. (2000):
Hydrogeological and geochemical investigations of an acidic mining lake as a basis for a biotechnological remediation
In: Sililo, O. (ed.)
Groundwater: Past achievements and future challenges. Proceedings of the XXX IAH Congress, Cape Town/South Africa, 26 November-1 December 2000
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Balkema, Rotterdam, Brookfield, p. 1099 - 1102