Hydrogeochemical model development and advanced numerical simulation of alpine hillslope geochemical response to temperature-induced hydrologic changes
Subsurface hydrogeochemical systems are complex components of the terrestrial environment, playing host to a multitude of interacting processes. Reactive transport modeling provides a method to numerically integrate our mechanistic, process-based understanding of the phenomena that dictate terrestrial hydrogeochemistry, and can help to further refine and test our understanding of these systems. Here, the development of a new hydrogeochemical reactive transport model, ParCrunchFlow, is detailed. This model provides a continuum-scale approximation of subsurface geochemical reactions in porous media ...
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