TRACER-DILUTION EXPERIMENTS AND SOLUTETRANSPORT SIMULATIONS FOR A MOUNTAIN STREAM, SAINT KEVIN GULCH, COLORADO, 1993
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“Tracer-dilution experiments and associated solute-transport simulations provided estimates of discharge and time of travel along several reaches of Saint Kevin Gulch, a stream receiving acidic effluent from mine tailings in Lake County, Colorado. Profiles of time varying tracer (lithium chloride) concentration were simulated with a transport model depicting advection, dispersion, lateral inflow, and the transient storage of solutes in immobile zones along the stream channel.”
Brashears, Robert E.; Bencala, Kenneth E.; Kimball, Bryant; McKnight, Diane M.