APPLIED GEOCHEMISTRY, 2000, SEP, V15, N8.
1.1 Tempel, RN; Harrison, WJ.
Simulation of burial diagenesis in the Eocene Wilcox
Group of the Gulf of Mexico basin.
1.2 Gunter, WD; Perkins, EH; Hutcheon, I.
Aquifer disposal of acid gases: modelling of water-rock
reactions for trapping of acid wastes.
1.3 Donahue, R; Hendry, MJ; Landine, P.
Distribution of arsenic and nickel in uranium mill
tailings, Rabbit Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada.
1.4 Martin, R; Rodgers, KA; Browne, PRL.
Aspects of the distribution and movement of aluminium in
the surface of the Te Kopia geothermal field, Taupo
Volcanic Zone, New Zealand.
1.5 Castro, MC; Stute, M; Schlosser, P.
Comparison of He-4 ages and C-14 ages in simple aquifer
systems: implications for groundwater flow and
1.6 Andersson, E; Simoneit, BRT; Holm, NG.
Amino acid abundances and stereochemistry in
hydrothermally altered sediments from the Juan de Fuca
Ridge, northeastern Pacific Ocean.
1.7 Buckau, G; Artinger, R; Kim, JI; Geyer, S; and others.
Development of climatic and vegetation conditions and
the geochemical and isotopic composition in the Franconian
Albvorland aquifer system.
1.8 Perkins, RB; Palmer, CD.
Solubility of Ca-6[Al(OH)(6)](2)(CrO4)(3) center dot
26H(2)O, the chromate analog of ettringite; 5-75 degrees C.
1.9 Savage, KS; Tingle, TN; O'Day, PA; Waychunas, GA; and others.
Arsenic speciation in pyrite and secondary weathering
phases, Mother Lode Gold District, Tuolumne County,