Deicing and dustbinding--risk to aquifers proceedings of an International Symposium, Helsinki, Finland, October 14-16, 1996

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Statementedited by Taina Nystén and Tuulikki Suokko.
GenreCongresses
SeriesNordic Hydrological Programme NHP report -- no. 43, NHP-report -- no. 43
ContributionsNystén, Taina, Suokko, T.
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LC ClassificationsGB1001.7 .D45 1998
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Paginationii, 269 p. :
Number of Pages269
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Open LibraryOL20680332M
ISBN 109521103485

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The effects of road salt on the Miekkamäki aquifer in Central Finland - simulation by a two-dimensional groundwater model. Deicing and dustbinding - risk to aquifers. Symposium, Helsinki, Finland, Oct NHP Report No. ISBN. Brouwers, J., & Augustijn, D.

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Ecotoxicological effects of highway and tunnel wash water runoff, PhD thesis, Norwegian University of LifeSciences, Metselaar, K., De Jong van Lier, Q.(). Author: H.K. French and van der S.E.A.T.M. Zee. We present here an aquifer scale study on the fate of potassium formate, an alternative, weakly corrosive deicing agent in soil and subsurfaces.

Potassium formate was used to deice a stretch of a highway in Finland. The fate of the formate was examined by monitoring the groundwater chemistry in the underlying aquifer of which a conceptual model was constructed.

In addition, we determined. The use of potassium formate in road winter de-icing can reduce. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. groundwater deterioration. Environ. Sci. Technol. (in press). Deicing and dustbinding—Risk to aquifers.

Proc. Deicing and Dustbinding - Risk to Aquifers, Proceedings of an International Symposium, NHP Report No, Helsinki, Finland, Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to. A comparison was made of the ability of three different methods Deicing and dustbinding--risk to aquifers book describe the deposition and distribution of chloride from deicing salt in the roadside environment along a highway: direct sampling of airborne deposition (including snow ploughing) in containers; soil sampling and analysis of chloride content in the topsoil; and direct current resistivity measurements.

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Degradation of glycol and acetate in sandfilters at low temperatures - laboratory experiments (Lecture). Deicing and dustbinding - Risk to aquifers, Helsinki. Authors Per. Get this from a library. Effects of highway deicing chemicals on shallow unconsolidated aquifers in Ohio, interim report, [Allison L Jones; Bernard N Sroka; Ohio.

Department of Transportation.; United States. Federal Highway Administration.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]Missing: dustbinding--risk. Aircraft deicing fluids also contain additives, and some of these have potential aquatic life and human health impacts due to their toxicity.

In addition, deicing fluid discharges – Drinking water aquifers – 30 • Within 10 miles downstream of deicing outfall: – Public water supply drinking water intakes - 16 – Parks Missing: dustbinding--risk. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.

The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. The chloride ion in deicing salt is a good tracer. It is conservative and highly soluble.

The chloride ion is not subject to retardation or degradation of any considerable proportion. On the road, the high salinity on the surface is necessary for deicing purposes, and in the ocean a high salt concentration is natural.

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Effects of the application of highway deicing chemicals during winter months on ground- water quality are being studied by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Ohio Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration.

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Nordic Hydrol Nystén, T. Transport processes of road salt in quaternary formations. Proceedings: International Symposium on Deicing and Dustbinding—Risk to Aquifers, Helsinki, Finland. Chemical Deicers and the Environment provides a complete discussion of chemical deicer technology and history in the United States and Canada.

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An increase in groundwater chloride concentrations was first reported 20 years ago in Finland. This discovery coincided with a sharp rise in the rate of road-salt application – the annual amount of NaCl consumed had increased from 50 t a −1 in the late s to t a −1 10 years later.

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43, Proceedings of an International Symposium, Helsinki, Finland, October Determining the Aquatic Toxicity of Deicing Materials December West 77th Street Minneapolis, MN Phone: () Fax: () Description: Effects of highway deicing chemicals on shallow unconsolidated aquifers in Ohio, final report Survey Date: Print Date: The aquifers listed in Figure 4 provide a range of water yields for each aquifer type as well as general water characteristics.

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This practice is being discontinued at some airports as regulatory enforcement increases. The deicing fluid is typically formulated from either propylene or ethylene glycol and water with additives.

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