Ground water geochemical modeling and simulation of a breached high-level radioactive waste repository in the northern Tularosa Basin, New Mexico
|Authors:||Chappell, Richard William|
|Source:||Institution: Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, United States|
|Note:||In English. Doctoral dissertation|
|Subjects:||Actinides; Adsorption; Advection; C-14; Calcite; Carbon; Carbonates; Chemically precipitated rocks; D/H; Deuterium; Engineering geology; Evaporites; Geochemistry; Ground water; Gypsum; High-level waste; Hydrochemistry; Hydrogen; Hydrogeology; Isotopes; Metals; Models; Movement; O-18/O-16; Oxygen; Paleozoic; Permian; Precipitation; Radioactive isotopes; Radioactive waste; Recharge; Sedimentary rocks; Simulation; Stable isotopes; Sulfates; Surveys; Tritium; Uranium; Waste disposal; Yeso Formation; Basin and Range Province; New Mexico; North America; Tularosa Basin; United States; Dispersion; Ratios; South-central New Mexico|
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