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GroMoPo Metadata for Mar Del Plata landfill transport model


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Abstract

The distribution coefficient (Kd) expresses the relationship between the concentration of an element, which is adsorbed in the solid surface and its remaining concentration in the solution. The Kd is a very important factor in reactive transport, representing the source/sink term, and explaining the difference between the velocity of transport of non-conservative elements (Kd > 0) and water flow velocity. In this paper, the Kd value for Zn element in loess like sediments forming the Pampeano aquifer is determined and this value is used in the modeling of reactive transport from the landfill of the city of Mar del Plata (Argentina). The determination of Kd value was done by means of batch experiments. The results obtained showed good agreement with Freundlich isotherm, with a value of K-F = 300.95 ml g(-1) and a super index value b of 0.3961. These values were applied to reactive transport modeling using Visual Modflow code. The Zn plume obtained showed the low mobility of the element in the oxidizing conditions of the environment.

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Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Argentina
North Latitude
-38.0104°
East Longitude
-57.6024°
South Latitude
-38.1745°
West Longitude
-57.7084°

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Additional Metadata

Name Value
DOI 10.1007/s00254-006-0341-y
Depth 50
Scale 11 - 101 km²
Layers 2-5 layers
Purpose Groundwater contamination
GroMoPo_ID 100
IsVerified True
Model Code MODFLOW
Model Link https://doi.org/10.1007/s00254-006-0341-y
Model Time SS
Model Year 2006
Model Authors Martínez, D., Mascioli, S. & Bocanegra, E.
Model Country Argentina
Data Available Report/paper only
Developer Email demarti@mdp.edu.ar
Dominant Geology Unconsolidated sediments
Developer Country Argentina
Publication Title Determination of Zn partition coefficient and simulation of reactive transport from landfills in Mar Del Plata, Argentina
Original Developer No
Additional Information The distribution coefficient (Kd) expresses the relationship between the concentration of an element, which is adsorbed in the solid surface and its remaining concentration in the solution. The Kd is a very important factor in reactive transport, representing the source/sink term, and explaining the difference between the velocity of transport of non-conservative elements (Kd>0) and water flow velocity. In this paper, the Kd value for Zn element in loess like sediments forming the Pampeano aquifer is determined and this value is used in the modeling of reactive transport from the landfill of the city of Mar del Plata (Argentina). The determination of Kd value was done by means of batch experiments. The results obtained showed good agreement with Freundlich isotherm, with a value of KF=300.95 ml g−1 and a super index value b of 0.3961. These values were applied to reactive transport modeling using Visual Modflow code. The Zn plume obtained showed the low mobility of the element in the oxidizing conditions of the environment.
Integration or Coupling Solute transport
Evaluation or Calibration Contaminant concentrations
Geologic Data Availability

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GroMoPo, S. Ruzzante (2023). GroMoPo Metadata for Mar Del Plata landfill transport model, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/3c5812dbc74f4b3e9141c2e439f264b4

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