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COMPARISON BETWEEN OBSERVED AND MODEL PREDICTED PARTICULATE METAL TRANSPORT IN A MINING-IMPACTED STREAM (NORTH FORK CLEAR CREEK, COLORADO)
Journal American Society of Mining and Reclamation
Acid-mine drainage (AMD) is an important source of metals to aquatic ecosystems. Once these metals are input to oxygenated stream water of neutral pH, there may be oxidation of metal ions, precipitation of metal oxyhydroxides, and co-precipitation and/or sorption of metals. Understanding the fate and transport of these metals requires knowledge of the distribution of metals between the suspended solid and dissolved phases. Models exist for the prediction of sorption of metals to oxyhydroxidesdoi:10.21000/jasmr05010154 fatcat:64a27skc2nfjpp7pd3iz6rd7m4