Geochemical Techniques for Identifying Sources of Ground-Water Salinization
Bernd C. Richter, Charles W. Kreitler, and Bert E. Bledsoe

Geochemical Techniques for Identifying Sources of Ground-Water Salinization offers a comprehensive look at the threat to the United States' freshwater resources due to salinization and outlines techniques that can be used to study the problem. Geochemical Techniques for Identifying Sources of Ground-Water Salinization reviews the seven major saltwater sources that commonly mix and deteriorate our fresh ground water (natural saline ground water, halite solution, sea-water intrusion, oil- and gas-field brines, agriculture effluents, saline seep, and road salting).

Other topics covered in Geochemical Techniques for Identifying Sources of Ground-Water Salinization are the characteristics of saltwater sources, geochemical parameters, and basic graphical and statistical methods that are frequently used in saltwater studies. The book also provides geographical charts showing the distribution of the major saltwater sources, illustrating which ones are potential sources in any given area in the United States. 272 pages. Published 1993.

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