Characteristics of the acidity in acid sulfate soil drainage waters, McLeods Creek, northeastern NSW, Australia
Catchments that contain acid sulfate soils can discharge large quantities of acid and dissolved metals into waterways. At McLeods Creek in far northern NSW, Australia, the acidity from the hydrolysis of dissolved metal species, particularly aluminium and
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