Salt transport from shallow aquifers through multicomponent ion exchange - an experimental study

Raju T. Rudraraju, Kenji Jinno, Shin-Ichiro Wada

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Abstract

Cation exchange process is of great importance in considering hydrochemical studies of groundwater. Shallow aquifers are vulnerable to evaporation and to hydrochemical evolution. The basic principles of the exchange in the water-soil system are examined through soil column experiments. The ionic distribution of exchangeable and soluble species were measured with depth and time. The data obtained show that the capillarity in soil profile is responsible for the transport of water and soluble ions from the lower depths. The transport of exchanging ionic-solute through soil column is significantly affected by ion exchanging reaction. In view of its importance, the upper 10 cm soil section has been examined for change in soil water quality and for adsorbed species on the soil surface. The accumulation of salts, mainly of Ca2+ and Na+, confined to the near surface zone.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMemoirs of the Kyushu University, Faculty of Engineering
PublisherKyushu Univ
Pages31-43
Number of pages13
Volume54
Edition2
Publication statusPublished - Jun 1 1994

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soil column
Aquifers
ion exchange
Ion exchange
experimental study
soil water
aquifer
Salts
salt
Soils
capillarity
ion
soil profile
solute
soil surface
evaporation
water quality
groundwater
soil
experiment

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Energy(all)
  • Atmospheric Science
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Management of Technology and Innovation

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Rudraraju, R. T., Jinno, K., & Wada, S-I. (1994). Salt transport from shallow aquifers through multicomponent ion exchange - an experimental study. In Memoirs of the Kyushu University, Faculty of Engineering (2 ed., Vol. 54, pp. 31-43). Kyushu Univ.

Salt transport from shallow aquifers through multicomponent ion exchange - an experimental study. / Rudraraju, Raju T.; Jinno, Kenji; Wada, Shin-Ichiro.

Memoirs of the Kyushu University, Faculty of Engineering. Vol. 54 2. ed. Kyushu Univ, 1994. p. 31-43.

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Rudraraju, RT, Jinno, K & Wada, S-I 1994, Salt transport from shallow aquifers through multicomponent ion exchange - an experimental study. in Memoirs of the Kyushu University, Faculty of Engineering. 2 edn, vol. 54, Kyushu Univ, pp. 31-43.
Rudraraju RT, Jinno K, Wada S-I. Salt transport from shallow aquifers through multicomponent ion exchange - an experimental study. In Memoirs of the Kyushu University, Faculty of Engineering. 2 ed. Vol. 54. Kyushu Univ. 1994. p. 31-43
Rudraraju, Raju T. ; Jinno, Kenji ; Wada, Shin-Ichiro. / Salt transport from shallow aquifers through multicomponent ion exchange - an experimental study. Memoirs of the Kyushu University, Faculty of Engineering. Vol. 54 2. ed. Kyushu Univ, 1994. pp. 31-43
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