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Modelling the river-groundwater interface and hot spots for arsenic release

Research over the last decades has led to better understanding of the sources of arsenic-polluted groundwater. Reactive transport modelling has now integrated this knowledge into computer simulations that mimic the complex interactions between groundwater flow, solute transport and geochemical reaction mechanisms.

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