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Isotopic evidence of enhanced carbonate dissolution at a coal mine drainage site in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA

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Link to an Applied Geochemistry paper from Science Direct through SciTech Connect. The paper discusses the chemical processes at work in Allegheny County, PA, and uses stable isotopes to track dissolved inorganic carbon in a coal mine drainage site. The studies investigated how much draining and leaching into groundwaters was occurring. The paper includes measurements of various factors including trace metal amounts, isotopic concentrations, pH, alkalinity, and strontium concentrations.

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