Geochemical control of aluminium concentrations in acidified surface waters

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The relationship between concentrations of Al3+ and H+ in surface waters is discussed on the basis of a regional survey of more than a thousand Norwegian lakes and other studies. It is concluded that equilibrium with a single Al(OH)3(s) phase cannot account for observed aluminium concentrations and that water pathways play an important role in determining the concentrations in lake and stream water. © 1990.

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Seip, H. M., Andersen, S., & Henriksen, A. (1990). Geochemical control of aluminium concentrations in acidified surface waters. Journal of Hydrology, 116(1–4), 299–305. https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-1694(90)90129-L

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