Nabarlek Pit decommissioning migration of sulphate, nitrate and radium ions in groundwater - preliminary modelling
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Technical Report WRD84041 Viewed at 14:07:09 on 29/07/2010 Page 11 of 34. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I The model described above assumed that groundwater velocities prior to seepage commencing were zero. This is not the case, so actual groundwater velocities are likely to be higher than that calculated above. The probable upper limit for groundwater flow rates towards the creek in the highly transmissive zone, is the AGe (1984) estimate of 2m/day. The maximum extent of a groundwater seepage plume at t = 273 days assuming v = 2m/day is also shown in Fig 4.3. SA2/11:TJ
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