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Posters HS8.1.9

HS8.1.9

Physical, chemical, microbial and isotopic processes in groundwater; from soil contamination to shale gas impacts (co-sponsored by EuroGeoSurveys)
Conveners: Evgenia Ryabenko , Hans Peter Broers  | Co-Conveners: Martin Elsner , Jay Jabro , Rob Ward 
Orals
 / Thu, 01 May, 10:30–12:00  / Room R13
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 01 May, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Thu, 01 May, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00  / Red Posters

Attendance Time: Thursday, 1 May 2014, 17:30–19:00
Chairperson: H.P. Broers and E. Ryabenko
Posters on shale gas

Red Posters
R333 EGU2014-2674
The flux of radionuclides in flowback fluid from shale gas exploitation (withdrawn)
Fred Worrall, Sam Almond, and Richard Davies

R334
EGU2014-13617
Local assessment of the risk on groundwater resources related to unconventional hydrocarbon development
Melanie Raynauld, Morgan Peel, Rene Lefebvre, Heather Crow, Erwan Gloaguen, John Molson, Jason Ahad, and Luc Aquilina

R335
EGU2014-5183
Analysis of the separation of aquifers and potential shale gas source rocks: a national-scale screening study from the UK.
John Bloomfield, Rob Ward, Marieta Garcia-Bajo, and Alwyn Hart

R336
EGU2014-11975 | presentation
Impacts of Coal Seam Gas (Coal Bed Methane) Extraction on Water Resources in Australia
David Post

R337
EGU2014-62
Numerical assessment of potential impacts of hydraulically fractured Bowland Shale on overlying aquifers
Zuansi Cai and Ulrich Ofterdinger

R338
EGU2014-12574
Environmental baselines: preparing for shale gas in the UK
John Bloomfield, Katya Manamsa, Rachel Bell, George Darling, Brighid O Dochartaigh, Marianne Stuart, and Rob Ward

R339
EGU2014-1628
Bioconversion of Coal: Hydrologic indicators of the extent of coal biodegradation under different redox conditions and coal maturity, Velenje Basin case study, Slovenia
Tjaša Kanduč, Fausto Grassa, Jerneja Lazar, Sergej Jamnikar, Simon Zavšek, and Jennifer McIntosh

Posters on groundwater process studies

R340
EGU2014-2513
Comprehensive set of analytical solutions for advective-dispersive transport involving a great variety of boundary input, initial distribution and internal source
Jui-Sheng Chen, Ching-Ping Liang, and Keng-Hsin Lai

R341
EGU2014-10629
Interpretation of the Hydrothermal System in Kirishima Hot Spring Village, Southern Kyushu, Japan
Yusaku Yonekura, Yasuhiro Fujimitsu, and Jun Nishijima

R342
EGU2014-6661
Integrated modelling of enhanced in situ biodenitrification in a fractured aquifer: biogeochemistry and isotope geochemistry
Paula Rodríguez-Escales, Albert Folch, Boris M. van Breukelen, Georgina Vidal-Gavilan, and Albert Soler

R343
EGU2014-3157
The Rhume springs revisited: A multi-tracer approach to one of the largest European carbonate-gypsum karst systems
Michael E. Böttcher, Iris Schmiedinger, Olaf Dellwig, Peter Escher, and Stephan M. Weise

R344
EGU2014-4585
Distribution and speciation of selenium in the black shale of the Dogger aquifer in the Poitiers Experimental Hydrogeological Site
Joseph Bassil, Aude Naveau, Pamela Di Tullo, Laurent Grasset, Jacques Bodin, Moumtaz Razack, and Véronique Kazpard

R345
EGU2014-14177
Use of 222Rn as natural tracer for LNAPL quantification and recovery efficiency in a crude-oil contaminated aquifer
Violaine Ponsin, Amélie Chablais, Julien Dumont, Marc Cardetti, Olivier Radakovitch, and Patrick Höhener

R346
EGU2014-14224
Assessment of chloroethene degradation rates based on ratios of daughter/parent compounds in groundwater plumes
Patrick Höhener

R347
EGU2014-11553
Evaluating potential chlorinated methanes degradation mechanisms and treatments in interception trenches filled with concrete-based construction wastes
Diana Rodríguez-Fernandez, Clara Torrentó, Mònica Rosell, Carme Audí-Miró, and Albert Soler

R348
EGU2014-11996
Anaerobic reductive dechlorination of tetrachloroethene: how can dual Carbon-Chlorine isotopic measurements help elucidating the underlying reaction mechanism?
Alice Badin, Géraldine Buttet, Julien Maillard, Christof Holliger, and Daniel Hunkeler