Modeling of Nonequilibrium Bromide Transport through Alluvial Gravel Vadose Zones
Understanding solute transport and flux through the vadose zone is important for predicting potential contaminant loading to groundwater systems. Two dual-permeability models: mixing cell (MC) and HYDRUS 1D (H1DDP) were used to simulate long-term nonequilibrium Br- leaching using data derived from suction cup samples at two field sites (sampled to 7- and 4-m depths) on the Canterbury Plains, New Zealand. Effective model parameters were derived by inverse methods to represent average transport...[Show more]
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