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Quantitative Chemical Mass Transfer in Coastal Sediments during Early Diagenesis; Effects of Biological Transport, Mineralogy, and Fabric
Final rept. 1 Jun-30 Sep 97
GEORGIA INST OF TECH ATLANTA SCHOOL OFEARTH AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES
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This report summarizes activities related to ONR grant N00014-97-1-0879 to the Georgia Tech Research Corporation, for the period 1 June 1997 through September 30 1997 Phase I. The work during Phase I has focused on 1 a sensitivity analysis of the effects of irrigation on the biogeochemistry of coastal marine sediments, 2 the upgrading of the existing multicomponent reactive transport model for early diagenesis, and 3 the preliminary development of a stochastic algorithm to represent burrowing activities of benthic macrofauna.
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