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Application of the Aquifer Impact Model to the Decatur Site

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  • Developed workflow for applying aquifer ROM to a new site (see figure)

  • Some non adjustable parameters are significantly different than observations

  • Hydraulic parameters and source term magnitude are more sensitive than clay fraction or CEC

  • Constraining sand permeability reduced aquifer volume impacted by an order of magnitude

  • Constraining all sensitive parameters reduced range of uncertainty by several orders of magnitude

NRAP Tools: NRAP-Open-IAM

Location: Decatur site, Illinois Basin

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Last Updated March 15, 2021, 21:13 (EST)
Created March 15, 2021, 21:11 (EST)
Citation Bacon D, RA Locke, II, E Keating, S Carroll, A Iranmanesh, K Mansoor, B Wimmer, L Zheng, H Shao, and S Greenberg. 2017. “Application of the Aquifer Impact Model to Support Decisions at a CO2 Sequestration Site.” Greenhouse Gases-Science and Technology 7(6):1020–1034. 10.1002/ghg.1730.
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Poc Email robert.dilmore@netl.doe.gov
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