Do CFCs and SF6 Behave as Reactive Tracer in Low Carbon Content Sedimentary Aquifers?

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Assistant Professor Amy Sheldon

Department: Geological Science

Funding Source: National Science Foundation

Period of Funding: June 1, 2009 - June 30, 2013

Award Total: $105,557

Description:
The overarching goal of this research is to enhance knowledge of the effects of thermally altered carbonaceous matter (TACM) on hydrophobic and moderately hydrophobic chemical transport in groundwater. The project will provide the first systematic assessment of the impact of different TACM forms on CFC and SF6 sorption.