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Inproceedings Reference Sedimentary evolution of the Sagara coastal area in Japan and its potential to preserve extreme wave deposits
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2018
Inproceedings Reference Changes in suspended particle composition in the water column affect floc dynamics
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2023
Inproceedings Reference The potential of cohesive sediment and diverse microalgae to flocculate in demanding growth conditions
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2023
Inproceedings Reference Application of an 1-DV TCPBE model with Bayesian calibration to diagnose the flocculation potential in the laboratory experiments and field measurement
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2023
Inproceedings Reference Sand sourcing from dredge disposal grounds for nature-based solutions
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2023
Inproceedings Reference Isolation and characterization of the molecular composition of algal dissolved organic matter
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2023
Inproceedings Reference From brown to blue water: Unraveling spatio-temporal variations in the organic matter content of suspended particulate matter
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2023
Inproceedings Reference Application of sediment composition index to predict suspended particulate matter concentration in the North Sea
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2023
Inproceedings Reference RESPONSE project: Reactive transport of point source contamination in soils and groundwater
The RESPONSE project aims at improving the use of coupled reactive transport models to simulate the fate of inorganic and organic contaminants within environments, characterised by a fluctuating shallow groundwater table – inducing strong hydraulic, physico-chemical and redox gradients. Three case studies were selected based on the presence of inorganic and/or organic contamination. Two sites are cemeteries where groundwater pollution by herbicides (2,6-dichlorobenzamide (BAM) – a persistent metabolite of herbicide dichlobenil) was detected. Top soil and groundwater samples were collected and the BAM degradation and mineralization potential of soil microbiota is tested in the laboratory. It is hypothesized that BAM degradation is strongly affected by DOC quality (measured through specific UV absorbance) and quantity. RESPONSE will investigate whether predictions of dichlobenil and BAM migration in soils and groundwater can be improved by taking into account DOC quality/quantity.The third site is a former municipal landfill, where redox zonation and contamination by As is observed. This site is primarily used to study the level of hydrogeological and geochemical detail needed to predict the migration of pollutants in a satisfactory way. This hypothesis is tested by comparing predictions using site specific measured parameters (soil and subsoil hydraulic parameters, in-situ groundwater flow characterization, etc.) with predictions using parameters inferred from existing hydrological/ geochemical data available in data bases. Moreover, an integrated tool is developed to simulate water flow and reactive solute transport in the subsurface focusing on the water table interface. This is achieved by loosely coupling the existing HYDRUS, MODFLOW, MT3D-USGS and PHREEQC codes at the lowest level and adding functionalities for the transfer of solute concentrations. The HYDRUS package for MODFLOW (Seo et al., 2007) has been updated and PHREEQC functionalities are coupled to both the unsaturated zone (based on HPx software; Jacques et al., 2018) and the saturated zone.
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2019
Article Reference Features and origin of the strata-bound siliciclastic-hosted Kinsenda copper deposit contained in the Roan of south-east Shaba, Zaire
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