Predicting Flow, Transport, and Reactions Using Reactive Transport Models

Dr. Li Li discusses the use of Reactive Transport Models for predicting subsurface water quality.
Predicting Flow, Transport, and Reactions Using Reactive Transport Models - Webinars
Language: English

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Recorded: October 28, 2015, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

She demonstrates the use of these models for predicting flow, transport, and biogeochemical processes in a variety of applications, including, for example, environmental bioremediation of uranium, and transport and fate of chemicals in spilled Marcellus Shale produced water.

Time Log

  • 1:33 - Introduction
  • 3:30 - What Are Reactive Transport Processes?
  • 13:15 - Example 1 - A Spill of Marcellus Wastewater
  • 29:20 - Example 2 - Bioremediation of Uranium
  • 44:35 - Summary
  • 45:45 - Question/Answer Session Begins
  • 54:47 - Webinar Ends


Water wells, springs and cisterns Pond management Watershed management Water conservation Shale gas drilling and water Acid deposition

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