Geofluids (i.e. fluids located in the subsurface) are increasingly becoming of interest due to their significant role as natural resources. These fluids span a vast range of geological environments including groundwater drinking resources, shale gas and oil, deep/shallow geothermal resources and hydrothermal mineral resources. Despite being valuable resources, geofluids are both vulnerable to contamination or may themselves represent a potential source of contamination through externally-driven mechanisms, as in the case of shale gas extraction, CO2 leaking or land use for agriculture purposes. Ont he other hand geofluids themselves can be a source of natural contamination as in the geogenic contamination of groundwater resources containing elevated levels of trace elements including arsenic (As), chromium (Cr), iron (Fe), and uranium (U), amongst others. Strategic management of geofluids and protection of geological resources related to them is indispensable for the future sustainable development of these societal and economically important resources. The characterization of geofluids and their behaviour in natural or artificial (human-driven) circumstances requires a deep understanding of complex physical, geochemical and microbiological processes. They are influenced directly by geological setting, structural evolution, and fluid flow systems.

The aim of this session is to foster scientific discussion between those with interest in a range of geofluid systems to better understand the role which these fluids have as socio-environmental and economic resources. The session emphasises the importance of lithological & mineralogical characterizationof various systems including in aquifers for a range of geogenic contaminants in groundwater, specifically addressing the source pathways and mobilisation mechanisms. The session also welcomes work including fluid flow, hydrology, geochemistry, environmental tracers, microbial investigations and both numerical and statistical modelling in support of fluid and resource management.

The session is supported by the RGFC-IAH (‘Regional Groundwater Flow Commission’ of International Association of Hydrogeologists) and the EU H2020 ENeRAG (‘Excellency Network Building for Comprehensive Research and Assessment of Geofluids’) project.

Co-organized as HS11.71/BG1.37/ERE6.8/GMPV3.6, co-sponsored by IAH-RGFC
Convener: Daniele Pedretti | Co-conveners: Alex Russell, Ádám Tóth, Frank McDermott, Marie-Amélie Petre
| Mon, 08 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Room L7
| Attendance Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall A

Attendance time: Monday, 8 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall A

Chairperson: Ádám Tóth, Marie-Amélie Petre, Frank McDermott
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Alex Russell, Frank McDermott, Tiernan Henry, and Liam Morrison
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Jincheng Han, Ilil Levakov, Zeev Ronen, and Ofer Dahan
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Zsóka Szabó, Brigitta Zentai-Czauner, and Judit Mádl-Szőnyi
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Máté Osvald, Andrew D. Kilpatrick, Christopher A. Rochelle, János Szanyi, Tamás Medgyes, and Balázs Kóbor
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Geogenic chromium mobilization by agricultural activities in ultramafic environments: A case study of the Psachna basin, Central Euboea, Greece
Panagiotis Papazotos, Eleni Vasileiou, and Maria Perraki
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Ferdinando Deluca, Giovanni Mongelli, Michele Paternoster, Rosa Sinisi, and Yanbei Zhu
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Daniele Parrone, Stefano Ghergo, Eleonora Frollini, David Rossi, and Elisabetta Preziosi
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Attila Galsa, Márk Szijártó, Ádám Tóth, László Lenkey, and Judit Mádl-Szőnyi
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Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) and Phosphorus Effects on Arsenic Mobilization from Iron Oxide Substrate
Adeleh aftabtalab, Mikaela A. Frame, Eduardo Moreno-Jiménez, and Klaus-Holger Knorr
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Fani Papageorgiou, Frank McDermott, Liam Morrison, and Tiernan Henry
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Low to medium enthalpy geothermal systems: Role of CO2. The study case of the Central Betic Cordillera
Claire Lix, Pierpaolo Zuddas, Xavier Guichet, José Benavente, Juan Antonio Luque-Espinar, and Mickael Barbier
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Nelly Montcoudiol, Neil Burnside, Habtamu Wagaw, Elias Lewi Teklemariam, and Adrian Boyce
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Hydrogeochemical processes controlling fluoride enrichment with reference to geomorphic features in Bharatpur district, Rajasthan, India
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Vikas Rena, Pardeep Kumar, Priyadarshini Singh, Chandrashekhar Azad Vishwakarma, Vikas Kamal, Harshita Asthana, and Saumitra Mukherjee
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Anita Erőss, Katalin Csondor, Lehel Csobaji, Brigitta Zentai-Czauner, and Orsolya Győri
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Einar Jon Asbjornsson, Ivana Petković, Dragana Đorđević, Aleksandra Mihajlidi-Zelić, Sanja Sakan, Matylda Hermanska, and David C Finger
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Elske de Zeeuw - van Dalfsen, Reinoud Sleeman, and Läslo Evers
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Licia Camilla Pollicino, Marco Masetti, Stefania Stevenazzi, Maurizio Gorla, Agata Cristaldi, and Chiara Righetti