Groundwater/ Surface Water Interaction
California State University, Sacramento
Upon completion of this unit students should be able to:
Identify common electron acceptors in anoxic environments.
Discuss reaction pathways and order of reactions in anoxic environments.
Evaluate linkages, common reagents and reaction pathways in anoxic environments.
1) Jones and Mulholland: pp. 259-279.
2) Chapelle, F.H., McMahon, P.B., Dubrovsky, N.M., Fujii, R. F., Oaksford, E.T., and Vroblesky, D.A., 1995, Deducing the distribution of terminal electron-accepting processes in hydrologically diverse groundwater systems: Water Resources Research, v. 31, pp. 359-371.
3) Chappelle, F.H., 1993, Groundwater Microbiology and Geochemistry: Wiley, NY, pp. 286-298.
Tim's summary of Jones and Mulholland, pp. 259-279:
Mike's summary of Chapelle et al 1995:
Katy J's summary of Chapelle, 1993: