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Pradip Kumar Maurya

Is the IP response related to geology or contaminants in a leachate plume at the Grindsted Landfill, Denmark?

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  • Ingelise Møller, GEUS, Danmark
  • Pradip Kumar Maurya
  • Nicola Balbarini, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
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  • Gianluca Fiandaca
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  • Anders Vest Christiansen
  • Helle Holm, Department of Geoscience, Aarhus University
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  • Vinni Rønde, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
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  • Knud Erik Klint, Department of Environmental Engineering, Danmark
  • Esben Auken
  • Poul Løgstrup Bjerg, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
Contaminants in leachate plumes from landfills and other contaminated sites are a threat to the environment. Efficient site characterization methods are needed. The perspectives of the IP method are investigated in combination with geological sampling and chemical analyses of water samples. Along a leachate plume from a landfill hosting both household and chemical waste, borehole IP data, geological samples, grain size, and contaminant concentrations in water samples are examined for correlations related to geology and concentrations of contaminants. Results relating the Cole-Cole parameters with sediment types and pore water resistivity representing the concentrations of the contaminants show that the formation resistivity primarily is controlled by the contaminant concentrations while the IP parameters primarily are related to the clay content and grain size distribution of sandy sediments at the site.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelsesår2016
Antal sider3
StatusUdgivet - 2016
BegivenhedIP2016 - 4th International Workshop on Induced Polarization - Aarhus , Danmark
Varighed: 6 jun. 20167 jun. 2016
http://hgg.au.dk/ip2016/

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KonferenceIP2016 - 4th International Workshop on Induced Polarization
LandDanmark
ByAarhus
Periode06/06/201607/06/2016
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