salinity, linked to tides dynamics, vary between areas closer to the salt water or to the restinga forest (Kathiresan & Bingham, 2001).
sample in each sediment slice was obtained by centrifugation at 4[degrees]C.
In sections on sediment fundamentals, sediment damage, and sediment sampling, he considers such topics as surface water sediments, the transport of sediment by water, physical sediment damage, chemically contaminated sediments, and collecting porewater
. He presents an extended case study of Gold King Mine Spill in 2015.
The low porewater
velocities in the soils with high clay content resulted in small D.
The amount of porewater
exchange in sediments, and therefore of oxygen input, is an important aspect of burial habitat of Ammodytes species (Robards and Piatt, 1999; Heines and Bergstad, 2001; Behrens et al., 2007).
Over 40 different schemes for the classification of aquatic toxicity of chemical mixtures, WW, LLs, sediment porewater
, elutriates were proposed and used in European States, USA, and Canada, in the period 1982-2012.
By utilizing the similar solving process of the single-stage loading and assuming that the average excess porewater
pressures within the column and the entire composite foundation are identical during the constant load stage, the solution of [[bar.u].sub.r] can be easily derived as follows:
germinans in the gulf is related to the high porewater
salinity and the percentage of sand in the soils.
Quantification and characterization of dissolves organic carbon and iron in sedimentary porewater
from Green Bay, WI, USA.
Microbial Reduction of Iron and Porewater
Biogeochemistry in Acidic Peatlands.
To avoid the potential effect of evapoconcentration in near-surface porewater
samples, which would make sites appear to be more groundwater-dominated than they actually were, porewaters
from deeper mini-piezometers were used in some (n = 13) water source calculations.
Diel coral reef acidification driven by porewater
advection in permeable carbonate sands, Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef.