A reactive transport investigation of a seawater intrusion experiment in a shallow aquifer, Skansehage Denmark

Flemming Damgaard Christensen, Peter Knudegaard Engesgaard, K.L. Kipp

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Abstract

Previous investigations on seawater intrusion have mainly focused on either the physical density flow system with transport of a single non-reactive species or focused on the geochemical aspects neglecting density effects. This study focuses on both the geochemical and physical aspects of seawater intrusion and their interaction during an intrusion experiment in a shallow, small-scale coastal aquifer in Denmark.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFirst International Conference on Saltwater Intrusion and Coastal Aquifers, Monitoring, Modeling, and Management, Essaouira, Morocco, April 23-25, 2001
Place of PublicationEssaoouira, Marocco
PublisherSWICA
Publication date2001
Publication statusPublished - 2001
EventFirst International Conference on Saltwater Intrusion and Coastal Aquifers, Monitoring, Modeling, and Management -
Duration: 1 Jan 2001 → …

Conference

ConferenceFirst International Conference on Saltwater Intrusion and Coastal Aquifers, Monitoring, Modeling, and Management
Period01/01/2001 → …

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Christensen, F. D., Engesgaard, P. K., & Kipp, K. L. (2001). A reactive transport investigation of a seawater intrusion experiment in a shallow aquifer, Skansehage Denmark. In First International Conference on Saltwater Intrusion and Coastal Aquifers, Monitoring, Modeling, and Management, Essaouira, Morocco, April 23-25, 2001 SWICA.