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Uranium Transport and the Partitioning of U, Th, and Ra Isotopes Between Solid and Aqueous Phases in the Krunkelbach Mine, Federal Republic of Germany

  • Jeremy P.L. Dearlove (a1) (a2), D. C. Green (a1) and M. Ivanovich (a2)

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This paper discusses some of the results from a natural geochemical analogue study on the Krunkelbach mine, F.R.G. These data, based largely on uranium series disequilibrium measurements, are used to compare the results of groundwater modelling programmes with observations made in the mine.

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Uranium Transport and the Partitioning of U, Th, and Ra Isotopes Between Solid and Aqueous Phases in the Krunkelbach Mine, Federal Republic of Germany

  • Jeremy P.L. Dearlove (a1) (a2), D. C. Green (a1) and M. Ivanovich (a2)

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