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Concept Water Movements
Concept Fresh Water
Concept Water Pollutants, Chemical
Concept Water Pollutants, Radioactive
Academic Article Anomalously high levels of uranium and other naturally occurring radionuclides in private wells in the piedmont region of South Carolina.
Academic Article Eleven-year field study of Pu migration from Pu III, IV, and VI sources.
Academic Article Elevated concentrations of primordial radionuclides in sediments from the Reedy River and surrounding creeks in Simpsonville, South Carolina.
Academic Article Influence of sources on plutonium mobility and oxidation state transformations in vadose zone sediments.
Academic Article Evaluation of a radioiodine plume increasing in concentration at the Savannah River Site.
Academic Article Stabilization of plutonium nano-colloids by epitaxial distortion on mineral surfaces.
Academic Article Pu(V) transport through Savannah River Site soils - an evaluation of a conceptual model of surface- mediated reduction to Pu (IV).
Academic Article Long-term radiostrontium interactions and transport through sediment.
Academic Article Surface Complexation Modeling of Eu(III) and U(VI) Interactions with Graphene Oxide.
Academic Article Effects of Titanium Doping in Titanomagnetite on Neptunium Sorption and Speciation.
Academic Article Experimental evidence for ternary colloid-facilitated transport of Th(IV) with hematite (a-Fe2O3) colloids and Suwannee River fulvic acid.
Academic Article Removal capacity and chemical speciation of groundwater iodide (I-) and iodate (IO3-) sequestered by organoclays and granular activated carbon.
Academic Article Impact of Natural Organic Matter on Plutonium Vadose Zone Migration from an NH4Pu(V)O2CO3(s) Source.
Academic Article Dissolution and Vertical Transport of Uranium from Stable Mineral Forms by Plants as Influenced by the Co-occurrence of Uranium with Phosphorus.
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