Water Resources Research in Vietnam - The mobilisation of arsenic and the relation to the dynamic interaction between groundwater and surface water in the Red River Plain.

  • Postma, Diederik Jan, Technical University of Denmark (Project Manager)
  • Lange, Erik Rønn (Project Participant)
  • Hansen, Ellen Zimmer, Technical University of Denmark (Project Participant)
  • Larsen, Flemming, Technical University of Denmark (Project Participant)
  • Binning, Philip John (Project Participant)

Project Details


The main research objective is to obtain a fundamental understanding of the processes controlling the groundwater arsenic content in the flood plain aquifers of the Red River Basin in Vietnam, through detailed hydrogeological and geochemical investigations at a field site near Hanoi.
The ultimate object is to upscale this understanding to a regional scale and develop tools applicable for prediction of stream-aquifer interaction and arsenic contamination in regional flood plains.
Effective start/end date01/08/200431/07/2007


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