Regional selenium cycling in an irrigated agricultural groundwater system: conceptualization, modeling, and mitigation
Selenium (Se) is an element that occurs naturally as a trace constituent in geologic formations and associated soils and, although an essential nutrient for animals and humans, can prove detrimental to health at high concentrations. Over the previous decades, the presence of either deficient or elevated concentrations of Se in groundwater, surface water, and associated plants and cultivated crops has emerged as a serious issue in many regions of the world, including the United States, northern and western Europe, the Middle East, and East Asia. Regardless of the nature of concern regarding Se, ...
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Bailey, Ryan T.
Gates, Timothy K.; Baù, Domenico A.